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BMT is a leading international multi-disciplinary engineering, science and technology consultancy offering a broad range of services, particularly in the defence, energy, environment, shipping and general transportation sectors. Our team of highly experienced ...
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Self-erecting and tower crane sales and hire.
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Worksafe policy information
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Total Control Group Industrial (TCG) is the technology and distribution arm of Total Control Pty. Ltd.
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Engineering and design, On-site Maintenance Services and Filter Sales and Marketing agents.
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We deliver fleet management solutions for forecasting, scheduling, automated load planning and maximisation, route optimisation and real-time tracking of load, truck and driver status.
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Occupational hygiene services, dust monitoring and chemical exposure.
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AI and OHS Consultants provide occupational health and safety consulting service throughout Australia to a wide range of industries.
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Radar detectors and laser jammers for Australia. Don't buy an unsupported radar detector or laser jammer in Australia until you have spoken to the only trusted and full time radar detector sales and service experts in Australia.
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Safety audits, safety training, risk assessments.
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Australian Exhibitions & Conferences (AEC) organise trade shows, conferences and exhibitions which include fashion, furniture, building and home improvement, materials handling, workplace safety and automotive industries. Trade Fairs ...
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Resource projects, design & drafting, construction supervision and commissioning, power generation and systems, safety audits, project management, turnkey packages, feasibility studies, earthing systems.
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Mine accident double amputee jailed over selling meth
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29/09/16 - Double amputee Bevan Coutts, who lost his legs in a mining accident in 2011, has received a two year jail sentence for selling meth.
Transport business employee dies in workplace accident
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05/07/15 - ​WorkCover and Newcastle police are investigating the death of a worker at Crawfords Freightlines over the weekend.
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10/03/15 - ​Wellington has seen its second fatal industrial accident within a week after a man was killed in an apparent forklift accident at a food company.
FMG’s dongas not built to cyclone strength
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02/12/14 - An inquest into the death of two people at FMG’s Rail Camp One has heard the dongas weren’t built to withstand strong winds.
NZ Forklift crushing death “a tragedy waiting to happen”
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16/09/14 - ​Christchurch concrete manufacturer Busck has been made to pay $NZ 130,000 over the death of a 47-year-old who was crushed by a forklift last year.
Man killed in accident at Glencore’s CSA Copper mine
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13/06/14 - A 26-year-old man has died following an accident at Glencore’s CSA Copper mine in Cobar, New South Wales.
Miners recovered from Austar Mine
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22/04/14 - The bodies of two miners killed at a Hunter Valley coal mine have been recovered, with investigations ongoing.
Two workers injured in drilling accident
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25/02/14 - Two Maverick Drilling workers are in a critical condition following an industrial accident yesterday, in the US.
Poisonous gas kills five in China mine
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17/09/13 - Five people have died underground in a pyrite mine in central China’s Hunan Province on Monday after inhaling poisonous gas.
14 dead in India coal mine collapse
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12/08/13 - Fourteen people have died in an open cast coal site collapse in the east coast of India.
Man in hospital after mining detonator explodes
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29/07/13 - A man is in a critical state in hospital after a mining detonator explosion early Saturday morning in a forest between Queensland’s Inglewood and Millmerran on Friday night
NZ miner pleads guilty on injured coal miner
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16/07/13 - State-owned coal miner Solid Energy confessed it neglected to keep one its miners safe after he was crushed by tonnes of coal in July last year.

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