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Phone found in injured driver's truck
Editorial
13/11/13 - It is understood a mobile phone has been uncovered from the wreck of a haul truck involved in the accident on FMG's Christmas Creek site last month.
Worker injured at shipyard
Editorial
12/11/13 - A worker has been seriously injured at a shipyard this morning in Henderson, Western Australia.
GlencoreXstrata turns pink for breast cancer fundraiser
Editorial
12/11/13 - Donning pink hard hats and rallying support from surrounding communities, GlencoreXstrata’s Ulan mine workforce has raised more than $27,000 dollars for the McGrath Foundation.
Glencore takes out Australian Mines Rescue Competition
Editorial
06/11/13 - Glencore’s Oaky Creek North mine has won the Australian Mines Rescue Competition at Cook Colliery.
Earthquake traps nine miners in BHP mine
Editorial
01/11/13 - Nine BHP Billiton miners have been rescued after an earthquake rocked an underground nickel mine in Western Australia.
Mine worker seriously injured at Fortescue's Christmas Creek
Editorial
23/10/13 - A Pilbara mine worker has been seriously injured when two haul trucks collided at Fortescue Metals Group’s Christmas Creek mine.
Queensland looks for new foundation in mining safety framework
Editorial
22/10/13 - The Queensland Government is aiming to improve the effectiveness of its mine safety and health regime.
WA’s mine safety record improves
Editorial
08/10/13 - The ratio of mining deaths to those employed in the sector has fallen, a review of all WA mining fatalities over the past 13 years shows.
Rio workers rescued from toxic red mud dam
Editorial
04/10/13 - Two operators left clinging to an overturned vehicle for several hours in Rio Tinto’s toxic alumina tailings dam have been safely rescued.
Mobile solar safety shower attracts international attention
Editorial
01/10/13 - Designed for the roughest, remotest and toughest conditions on the planet, Enware’s Australian made safety showers and eyewash stations are garnering international attention.
MSA develops world's first 'green' hardhat
Supplier news
01/10/13 - MSA has created the world's first hardhat made from 'green', renewable resources.
Injured on site the miner was airlifted suffering spinal injuries. Image: RACQ NQ Rescue Helicopter.
Editorial
30/09/13 - A miner has been airlifted from a remote mine site east of Mount Isa suffering suspected spinal injuries.

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