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Mining health and safety update - December 2017
Mike Parent, Director of Mining at Workplace Safety North, provides a health and safety update for the Ontario mining sector. Upcoming initiatives include: the 2018 Mining Health and Safety Conference happening from April 17 to 19 in Sudbury, Ontario; continued development and delivery of the Climate Assessment and Audit Tool, which has been proven to predict injury by measuring both a company’s health and safety systems, and culture; collaboration with industry leaders to create a leadership development program for frontline workers; and plans to open a health and safety training centre in Timmins, Ontario.
Funny Workplace Safety Training Video
Small taste of the most unusual workplace safety training video ever produced.. A Reaper's Guide to OHS. This 4 min safety scene can be shown as an icebreaker for any workplace safety training session. Complete version: https://www.channel1.com.au/product/a-reapers-guide-to-ohs/ whilst entertaining and engaging, provides a general overview of occupational health and safety.
Views: 1008531 Channel 1 Creative Media
Mining Induction Course Queensland (Standard11) - iMINCO Mining Information
The mining induction courses is a Queensland mining industry safety and induction course for new starters in the mining industry or people looking to transition from civil and construction industries into coal and metaliferous mining jobs.
Views: 11274 Information iMINCO
Underground Drilling and Blasting Training DVD - ACG
The Australian Centre for Geomechanics has developed this safety training DVD for underground metalliferous mine workers. To purchase this product or find out more information, visit http://www.acg.uwa.edu.au/shop#trainprods Overview All underground mine workers will be exposed to drilling and blasting processes. The aim of this new DVD is to provide workers with the critical knowledge on drilling and blasting to aid appreciation of the importance of these mining processes and their related hazards. The DVD features an introduction to the rock breaking process in mining, followed by a section on how to handle, store and transport explosive products. The third part of the DVD covers development drilling and blasting practices; and the fourth part discusses production drilling and blasting. Target Audience Underground mine workers - the need to identify the potential hazards of working near or with explosives, and the protocols of re-entering a working area after blasting. Workers responsible for development and production drilling and blasting activities. This DVD will review drilling and blasting fundamental concepts that are critical to achieving optimal rock breaking outcomes. All industry stakeholders - those keen to learn more about drilling and blasting in underground mines. Project Sponsors: Barrick Gold of Australia; BHP Billiton Olympic Dam; Dyno Nobel Asia Pacific; Gold Fields Australasia; Newmont Asia Pacific; Orica Mining Services; Xstrata Zinc.
Mining’s safety lessons for ag
When asked if mining or agriculture is more dangerous, ex-coal miner and now cattle producer Matt Bennetto’s answer is ‘agriculture’. He says agriculture could learn some valuable lessons about Work Health and Safety (WHS) from the resources sector, having experienced first-hand the mining sector’s strict safety regulations in action. Matt spent seven years working underground in coal mining and hard rock mining in tunnel construction, before returning full-time to his family’s Charters Towers cattle property, Virginia Park, two years ago. During his time working underground, Matt was a health and safety representative and an underground operations trainer for a number of years. Comparing the approach to risk management in mining with agriculture, he believes the agriculture sector is still playing catch up when it comes to workplace health and safety. “When I went underground coal mining after working in underground hard rock mining, I thought that coal mining would be the most dangerous industry to work in,” Matt said. “And yet, because the industry mitigates most of the dangers I actually think coal mining ends up a safer environment than the everyday operations on a cattle station. “Some of the on-farm dangers are short-term, immediate ones like falling off a horse or cutting yourself on barbed wire, while others are long-term risks like the impacts of sun exposure.” Matt believes if agriculture could draw from the mining industry’s approach to greater task awareness, it could save lives and prevent injuries. New research exploring what’s stopping primary producers from improving their safety practices has found almost half of all deaths on farms could be prevented, simply by implementing solutions we already know about. Funded by the Primary Industries Health and Safety Partnership and led by Richard Franklin of James Cook University, the study found the major barriers to implementing improved safety practices included perceived cost, time and inconvenience to implement changes. The Primary Industries Health and Safety Partnership (PIHSP), funded by the Cotton, Grains and Rural Industries Research and Development Corporations, as well as the Australian Meat Processor Corporation and Meat & Livestock Australia, aims to promote best practise WHS practices and improve the health and safety of workers and their families in farming and fishing industries across Australia. When it comes to engaging producers in farm safety, Matt believes taking an educational and training approach was more appealing to producers than a bureaucratic approach. “The mining industry has created all sorts of actions and documentation to create task awareness,” Matt said. “I think lack of task awareness on-farm happens for a variety of reasons, but primarily two reasons. One is lack of experience in the job or task that people are doing, so they’re not aware of the hazards, and secondly, people become so familiar with a task that they become complacent and stop looking out for hazards.” Besides running their cattle operation, Matt and his wife Sonia, along with his parents, Rob and Sue, also host agricultural traineeship programs run by Northern Skills Alliance (NSA) on Virginia Park, as well as school groups. The training blocks cover all facets of agriculture including cattle work, horse riding, motorbike skills, mechanical servicing and welding. Matt believes there are many small steps producers can take that would ultimately make a big difference to risk management.
A Career in Drilling (JTJS62011)
The role of a driller is to position drilling rigs to extract ore, liquid or gases from the deep below the earth and Nick from Kings College is keen to find out more about this interesting career with international opportunities. Boart Longyear is the biggest drilling company in the world and is found in 74 countries including New Zealand. Nick heads along to Boart Longyear NZ Ltd in Auckland to find out more about this exciting yet challenging industry. Health and safety is a key element to drilling which does have its dangers. Nick is briefed and equipped then is off to a secret location where he learns an important fact about this job -- it carries on no matter what the weather! Rain doesn't stop the team as they conduct a confidential exploration drilling underground to a depth of some 450m. Nick discovers physical strength is an advantage in handling the drilling equipment but also attention to detail is important to ensure the drilling progresses at exactly the right speed. At the end of the day, he admits the experience has been more intense than he's used to but the consensus is he's done a great job. If Nick chooses, he could qualify for a career in drilling while he works and as he gets further qualifications, his earning power would increase. He could also become one of the many New Zealand drillers who are held in high esteem globally. Find out more about this, and a huge variety of other careers, at http://www.justthejob.co.nz
Views: 6729 Just the Job
Mining industry fatalities under spotlight
The increased number of fatalities in the mining industry has come under the spotlight again. The Mine Health and Safety Summit kicked off in Benoni. Mineral Resources Minister, Gwede Mantashe, emphasised the urgent need to improve health and safety standards. Aviwe Mtila has more…
Views: 213 eNCA
Series Zero Episode 5 - Series Finale
Series Zero Episode 5 - Series Finale Like our sponsors MacForce on Facebook for jobs, industry updates and all things mining: https://www.facebook.com/MACFORCEAUSTRALIA/
Views: 75507 Mining Boom
Australasian Mine Safety Journal Interview: Mine Safety - Safety in Action
We speak to Publication Manager Carly Sare on the importance of mine safety throughout Australia. www.safetyinaction.net.au
Views: 393 Informa Australia
The Fire at Dotiki
Mine Safety and Health Administration Fire at Dotiki, The This video describes an underground coal fire, the actions of the miners, the efforts of management, and the assistance and experience of the Mine Safety and Health Administration. The video reviews the relationship between management and government to reach a common goal.
Views: 12997 PublicResourceOrg
How to MINE OPAL gems in the OUTBACK - Smarter Every Day 164
Please click here to try The Great Courses Plus: http://ow.ly/OoWp302du3z Click here if you're interested in subscribing: http://bit.ly/Subscribe2SED Smarter Every Day on Patreon http://www.patreon.com/smartereveryday ⇊ Click below for more links! ⇊ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Thank you to Science Alert for arranging my travel! http://www.sciencealert.com/ GET SMARTER SECTION The majority of the world's opal gemstones used for jewelry comes from Coober Pedy Australia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coober_Pedy Opals are unique: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Opal Yanni's Store and Museum: http://www.umoonaopalmine.com.au/ Opal can be created by plants! http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0367253015001437 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Tweet Ideas to me at: http://twitter.com/smartereveryday I'm "ilikerockets" on Snapchat. Snap Code: http://i.imgur.com/7DGfEpR.png Smarter Every Day on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/SmarterEveryDay Smarter Every Day on Patreon http://www.patreon.com/smartereveryday Smarter Every Day On Instagram http://www.instagram.com/smartereveryday Smarter Every Day SubReddit http://www.reddit.com/r/smartereveryday Ambiance and musicy things by: Gordon McGladdery did the outro music the video. http://ashellinthepit.bandcamp.com/ The thought is it my efforts making videos will help educate the world as a whole, and one day generate enough revenue to pay for my kids college education. Until then if you appreciate what you've learned in this video and the effort that went in to it, please SHARE THE VIDEO! If you REALLY liked it, feel free to pitch a few dollars Smarter Every Day by becoming a Patron. http://www.patreon.com/smartereveryday Warm Regards, Destin
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WRS Hot Job -- Health & Safety Manager, Mining, Peru
WRS' Head of Mining (Latin America) Patrycja Garcia shares an exciting opportunity within the mining sector -- a Health & Safety Manager based in Peru. If this role is of interest to you, please contact her by email: [email protected] You can view all of our South America Mining roles here: http://bit.ly/1dpQzNu
Safety video diary, episode one: Australia
Living #SafeWork in Australia. In our first safety video diary, we visit our Ravensworth Open Cut mine in Australia and talk to employees about what programmes they’re putting in place to support our SafeWork initiative. One such programme, “My job, my future, my family” is encouraging employees to take personal accountability for workplace safety by avoiding shortcuts, making better decisions and ultimately ensuring they go home to their families safely every single day.
Views: 4325 Glencore
Safety Videos - 10 Commandments of Workplace Safety
Safety videos and free safety videos. Why buy this package at https://www.safetyvideoshop.com.au/shop/b-instant-downloads/safety-induction-video/? This safety video is called "The 10 Commandments of Workplace Safety" - it features many current WorkSafe/WorkCover themes (e.g. keep talking the safety talk, it doesn't hurt to speak up, the most important reason for workplace safety isn't at work at all). This is one of the world's most simple, complete and popular safety training and induction training tools (thousands sold and used every day). All packaged with a heap of training PDFs and supplementary videos. Download it at the above payment page immediately and have a thorough and easy to use training plan in 5 minutes' time if you need it. Safety videos don't need to be long and boring! For full length preview & free safety video downloads, visit us at the Safety Video Shop website above. But if you are here looking for free safety videos, check out a new website called www.safetyvideostore.com - there you will discover a plethora of free workplace safety training for free download. Did you read all the way down to here? Looking to buy? After you have purchased this package, send me a direct personal reply email, and I will send you a Manual Handling video package worth $385 Australian Dollars for free.
Views: 890253 SafetyVideoShop
Mining Equipment Safety Inspections
This mining video focuses on MSHA's standard 14.100. This standard covers: safety defects, examination, correction and records in the work place.
Clean skins at Ulan West
When Glencore opened its new Ulan West mine near Mudgee, it took the unprecedented step of recruiting its staff from outside the industry known as "clean skins". This offered an opportunity for people from all walks of life to learn new skills and enter the mining industry as well as allowing Glencore to build the culture at this site from the ground up. This video features at the 2014 NSW Mining Health and Safety Conference where the theme is learning from the past for a safer future, with a focus on risk management and road and vehicle safety. Find out more about this event at www.nswmining.com.au/events and see why our NSW miners have one of the best safety records in the world at www.worldclassminers.com.au
Views: 7122 NSW Mining
Crashes, fires, speeding. It's not easy training on an oil sands haul truck
Haul truck operation instructor Dave Cocoran trains The Globe's Peter Scowen on a haul truck simulator. This video is part of a year-long project about Fort McMurray Alberta, which has come to be the emblem of Canada's energy sector and all the issues that surround it
Views: 68937 The Globe and Mail
Level 1 Emergency Exercise 2015 - North Goonyella Coal Mine
This video demonstrates how a level 1 emergency exercise provides an opportunity to test a mine’s emergency preparedness through annual simulated emergency exercises. These exercises provide the opportunity for mines and workers to gain experience in an emergency situation and for mines to learn how to improve their safety systems. Find out more information about emergency exercises and download the reports at: https://publications.qld.gov.au/dataset/queensland-level-1-mine-emergency-exercise-reports The requirements for conducting mine emergency exercises are set out in Recognised Standard 8. Download the standard and reports of recent exercises: https://www.dnrm.qld.gov.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0020/240374/recognised-standard-08.pdf We hope there is never a need to use them, however all mines should ensure emergency activation numbers are readily available and early reporting is encouraged. Mines Inspectorate: 07 3237 1696 Queensland Mines Rescue Service: 1800 7677 20 Simtars: 07 3830 5564/1800 331 991 Connect with us: https://www.facebook.com/MiningQld https://twitter.com/miningqld
Views: 2646 MiningQld
The Future of Australian Fire Protection
Keep up to date with Australian fire Protection as we continue to grow and see what is in store for us in the near future! Go to www.facebook.com/australianfireprotection/ for more handy tips or www.austfirepro.com.au to recieve Fire Safety Training!
Canvas Mine Safety Emergency Preparedness Plan Mobile App
The Mine Safety: Emergency Response Plan was created for underground coal mines. Being adequately prepared for an emergency will save rescue teams time, which will help save lives. The app covers some of the following areas: firefighting and evacuation procedures in the fire area, personnel assignments and working sections in by a fire, general firefighting procedures, fire drills and escape ways. This app can be adapted to replicate your mine's Emergency Response Plan
Views: 68 GoCanvas Videos
Jobs in Coal Mining
http://clearcutmining.com/careers.aspx This is a video of Longwall mining and shows some of the possible jobs in the coal mining industry in Queensland, Australia.
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Kestrel South Level 1 Emergency
This video demonstrates how a level 1 emergency exercise provides an opportunity to test a mine’s emergency preparedness through annual simulated emergency exercises. These exercises provide the opportunity for mines and workers to gain experience in an emergency situation and for mines to learn how to improve their safety systems. Find out more information about emergency exercises and download the reports at: http://mines.industry.qld.gov.au/safety-and-health/emergency-excercise-reports.htm The requirements for conducting mine emergency exercises are set out in Recognised Standard 8. Download the standard and reports of recent exercises: https://mines.industry.qld.gov.au/assets/mines-safety-health/recognised_standard08.pdf We hope there is never a need to use them, however all mines should ensure emergency activation numbers are readily available and early reporting is encouraged. Mines Inspectorate 07 3237 1696 Queensland Mines Rescue Service 1800 7677 20 Simtars 07 3830 5564/1800 331 991
Views: 1976 MiningQld
Mine Safety Training - June 16, 2016
Mine Safety Training - June 16, 2016
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Australian Mining - The News in Focus (23/5/2014)
Journalist Vicky Validakis looks at the leading stories published on MiningAustralia.com.au over the past week. News covered this week includes the cutting of 500 jobs at Integra's Hunter Valley coal mines and the opening of Australia's largest underground hard rock mine.
Views: 97 Ferret.com.au
Saudi Arabia to raise mining jobs to 90000 by 2020
സൗദി ഖനനമേഖലയില്‍ 90,000 പുതിയ തൊഴില്‍ അവസരങ്ങള്‍
Views: 849 MediaoneTV Live
HSE Mining Life Skills Program Pt1
HSE Mining's "Life Skills Program" (LSP) which takes "Green" to the mining industry people and gives them an opportunity to become an equipment operator in the Mining Industry of Australia. This video is part 1 and explains about the program, Limbunya Station in the Northern Territory of Australia and the programs content. For further information visit our website www.hsemining.com.au
Views: 2845 HSEMiningPtyLtd
Reading the Ground Training DVD - ACG
The Australian Centre for Geomechanics (ACG) has developed this geotechnical hazard awareness training DVD for underground metalliferous mine workers. To purchase this product or find out more information, visit http://www.acg.uwa.edu.au/shop#trainprods Overview Geotechnical risks in underground metalliferous mining can be associated with all facets of mining activities including: scaling, installing services, loading and hauling, development, stoping and ground support installation. These risks can lead to serious consequences ranging from production and equipment loss to severe injuries and fatalities. Good risk management implies that the hazards are well understood by all employees that may be exposed to them. A sound understanding of ground control concepts is fundamental to enable mine workers to identify geotechnical hazards, take appropriate actions and ensure their own safety. No matter how good the systems in place may be, the first line of defense against accidents is the capable, knowledge-based judgement that each individual mine worker demonstrates.
Induction Video - Inyanda Coal
Masson Media created this induction video for Inyanda Coal to screen to people before they enter the mine, so that they are made aware of safety rules and procedures.
Views: 290 Masson Media
Canvas Radiation, Thermal, Fires Risk Assessment for Mines (Australia) Mobile App.mp4
http://www.gocanvas.com/mobile-forms-apps/5147-Radiation-Thermal-Fires-Risk-Assessment-for-Mines-Australia- The Radiation/Thermal/Fires Risk Assessment for Mines (Australia)mobile app is a systematic examination of hazards relating to Radiation such as isotopes, lasers, sunshine and welding, Thermal heat sources such as electrical apparatus, engines, pumps and friction points such as bearings, idlers, Fire & explosion, Fire Equipment, Hot Work Welding and Cutting and Molten metal. Risk assessments help mine operators to evaluate high, medium and low risk levels, prioritise the threats and provide information on the need to safely control the threats. Mine owners and operators will be able to put into practice safety improvements. The app should be used for each of the following work areas Surface Mines, Facilities, Plant Treatment Facilities, Underground Mines and Administration. This is not an all encompassing list and there may be other risks at your mine that are not listed. Any additional risks can be added or deleted from this app quickly and with ease
Views: 57 GoCanvas Videos
Meyer Productions - 'Man Down' Safety/Emergency Response
An example of our safety/training videos created for the mining industry. -- Meyer Productions is a Perth based production company passionate about creating great content and building lasting relationships with our clients and partners. We apply our 30 years of international TV and Radio experience to create truly exceptional video and audio productions efficiently and effectively. We’re a one-stop tv, video and voice creative production company providing all services in-house to many of Australia’s leading organisations. Visit http://www.meyerproductions.com.au/ for more info.
Views: 348 Meyer Productions
Eyeson Safety & Training - Australia's largest training site & only replicated mining environment
Eyeson Safety and Training is fast becoming recognised as one of Australia's foremost providers in training programs to the mining, civil and construction industries. Our Perth Training Facility, located only 20 minutes north of Perth boasts Australia's largest training site and only replicated mine site environment. Eyeson Safety and Training is unique in its ability to offer a truly dynamic mix of industry leading services including: - Mobile Plant and High Risk Training & Assessment Services; - Traineeships & Apprenticeships; - Heavy Vehicle Driver Training & Assessments; - Certificate IV Qualifications; - HSEQ and Training consulting, advice and support - Provision of contract and interim HSEQ and Training Professionals Our commitment to small courses sizes and personalised approach, coupled with real machines means Eyeson Safety & Training trainees' gain real experience within a realistic working environment. This provides our organisation with the capacity to deliver effective training solutions to our students far exceeding that of any other training organisation in Australia. For further information please call 08 9240 9242 or email [email protected]
Views: 254 Eyeson Perth
Why you need a Standard 11 for a mining job?
Warwick & Josh from Training & Safety Solutions talk about the practical reasons of why the Surface Coal Mine Safety Skill Set (Standard 11) RIISS00034 is required to get a job on a surface coal mine site.
Surface Visitors Induction Mining - F.T.I. Pty Ltd
This sample video provides extracts from the Surface Mining Visitors Induction Training Video developed by Future Training Initiatives - F.T.I. Pty Ltd for an underground coal mine. For further information about FTI please visit our web site www.fti.net.au
Fire Engineering Career Opportunities   Field Salary Colleges by BrainChecker
http://www.brainchecker.in Fire Engineering Career by BrainChecker Stay tuned for regular updates from BrainChecker Channel. We provide excellent education related tips and excellent career guidance. Contact: https://goo.gl/forms/cmB1rRC4v5qF2rf73 Fill the form above and we would get in touch with you. Introduction Fire Engineering is a field which aims at preventing accidents due to fire in buildings and other structures. It can be classified as Fire Safety or Prevention Engineering or Fire Control. It is a very dangerous profession which requires a strong sense of commitment to public service. A fire engineer must apply his practical knowledge along with scientific and engineering principles and the psychology and the reaction of people to reduce the impact of fire in the event of a break out. It also involves the designing of buildings in a specific manner so as to make them less susceptible to fire accidents. Now let’s go to, Nature of Work This profession is a risky one, very demanding in terms of physical effort. One must have a strong sense of public service, similar to the defense personnel, in order to perform to the fullest. Qualities like Reliability, swift response, Discipline and bravery are needed. A good understanding of types of fire, their sources, their nature of spread, ways to control them, is needed. One must be able to handle various equipment’s quite comfortably and know the various rescue methods as well. Fire engineers have to work in shifts and are at a risk of burns, chemical exposure, smoke inhalation, so a fit body is required to cope up with such pressure. A good knowledge of the surroundings, and excellent presence of mind is of utmost importance. Now let’s go to, Eligibility and Professional Courses Candidate should be fit and free from any organic disease, Minimum acceptable physical standards for the Fire Engineering course are Height: Minimum 165 cm, Weight: 50 kgs. Chest measurement: 81 centimetres, with five-centimeter expansion, Vision: 6/6, Preferably without any aid. For Undergraduates B. Sc. Fire & Industrial Safety Duration: Three years Eligibility: High School Education. For Postgraduates MBA Safety Management Duration: 2 years Eligibility: Any graduation Diploma courses Health, Safety & Environment Duration: 12 months Eligibility: B.Sc. / Diploma (Three years) / B.E. / B. Tech Various Diploma courses are also available. State Fire Training Schools conduct training programs for junior level fire professionals and for Officers it is conducted at NFCS, Nagpur. We at BrainChecker help Students in choosing their career. A right career choice can work wonders in the long term. Check link in the description for more details. Now Let’s look at a list of few good colleges, Colleges - Institute of Fire and Safety Engineering, Nagpur - Institute of Fire Engineering, Delhi - Indian Fire Services Engineering and Safety Management College, Maharashtra - University of Petroleum & Energy Studies, Mumbai And many more For funding the course, various scholarships are available currently, like - University Grant Commission Scholarships - Indian Oil Academic Scholarships - CCB Welfare and Scholarship Scheme - VIT University IGNITE Scholarship - ONGC Scholarships - Trust Fund Scholarship Various banks offer upto 90 percent education loans to students at attractive rates and repayment options. The average college fees for the course can range between 8 Lakhs to 18 Lakhs, depending on the type of college you tend to choose. Career Prospects Fire Engineers can join the following industries, - Fire Brigades - Fire Safety department of MNCs - Government Fire Services - Universities Safety Department, Businesses, Consultancies, Construction Companies - Petroleum Refineries, Chemical Manufacturers The starting salary in India can be in the range of 35,000INR, if you get an opening abroad, this can go up very quickly. With experience or extra qualifications this will steadily rise , one should go for a specialization in the field. With that we come to the end of our video, Thank you for listening, if you loved this BrainChecker video please like, share and subscribe to us. Bye!!
Canvas Work Environment Risk Assessment for Mines (Australia) Mobile App.mp4
http://www.gocanvas.com/mobile-forms-apps/5150-Work-Environment-Risk-Assessment-for-Mines-Australia- The Work Environment Risk Assessment for Mines (Australia)app is a systematic evaluation of hazards relating to Wok Environments such as, Condition of Buildings/Structures, Building maintenance/cleaning, Effects of Ventilation, Effects of Lighting/Lights, Sufficient Hygiene Facilities, Storage Methods, Slip/trip hazards, Hot & cold working environments, Noise, Vibration, Manual handling hazards, Wildlife such as kangaroos, snakes, spiders, insects, Biological, such as exposure to work related bacteria, External threats, Confined space and Work yard, junk and salvage and other miscellaneous areas. Risk assessments help mine operators to measure high, medium and low risk levels, prioritise the risk and provide information on the need to safely control the risks. Mine owners and operators will be able to put into practice safety improvements. Any additional risks can be added or deleted from this app quickly and with ease.
Views: 86 GoCanvas Videos
Innovation, Safety and the Future of Mining | Curtin University Lecture
The future of mining, where is it going? Join our four prominent alumni as they lead this conversation and share their expertise on innovation, safety, policy and leadership within the industry. Speakers: - Mr Neil Warburton (Master of Ceremonies), Executive Chairman at White Rivers Exploration - Mr Greg Lilleyman, Director of Operations at Fortescue Metals Group - Dr Vanessa Guthrie, Chairman of the Minerals Council of Australia - Mr Steve Durkin, Managing Director at Safescape Chapter Markers: This Alumni Innovator Series: Innovation, Safety and the Future of Mining was held on Wednesday 31 May 2017 at our Bentley Campus. This video has been closed captioned.
Views: 1846 Curtin University
A sad safety month for mining
In this week’s Mining Review Africa editor’s VLOG, Laura Cornish discusses the tragic safety events that occurred in the month of August. Eight mineworkers lost their lives at the Alrosa Mir mine in Russia and three mineworkers lost their lives falling a fall-of-ground incident at Harmony’s Kusasalethu mine. Is Zero Harm possible? Watch the video and share your thoughts on whether you believe Zero Harm is achieveable.
Future of work health and safety
Megatrends – and the opportunities and risks they present – will disrupt the way we manage employment and workplace safety. This panel discussion examines how organisations can position themselves to thrive in the face of rapid and extensive change.
Views: 1861 Safe Work Australia
Mining Boom: Sneak Peek 5
Mining Boom: Sneak Peek 5
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Anglo American Grasstree Mine Wins Safety Award
Anglo American Grasstree mine wins Mining Safety Award at Queensland Mining Industry Health & Safety Conference. This presentation provides an overview of the system implemented by Anglo American Grasstree Mine to improve dust control.
Channel 9 'Today Show' Fire Safety
Channel 9, Sydney, NSW Australia 'Today Show' | 'Fire Safety' . (Extract) Presenter, Karl Stefanovic with FRNSW 31 May 2017 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - FRNSW: Superintendent Paul Johnson: "We are continuing our research which smoke alarms are best . . . as long as there is an Australian Standard and it’s working, it’s got the battery installed, purchase either one."
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Funny Safety Training Video, Perfect for Safety Meeting Openers | DuPont Sustainable Solutions
Preview the full "Wrong Way Right Way: Safety Cases" training program here: http://ecom.training.dupont.com/SAF018-DVD-ENG(CoastalU)/SE/en-US/ProductDetails_us/Wrong-training.aspx?cid=ytb.saf018 Research has shown that laughter helps engage students, enhance recall and improve learning. Guided by this principle, our "Wrong Way Right Way: Safety Cases" training program helps inject fun into safety training. It uses funny snippets to show employees the "wrong way" to handle 10 common safety issues. Once the wrong way has been established, the clips then take on a more serious tone to demonstrate important safety principles and the "right way" to approach these issues. Each clip serves as a great meeting opener or refresher training that can be done in just minutes. Available on DVD. Individual safety cases available as streaming videos. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Follow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/DSSLearning ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Copyright © 2012 Coastal Training Technologies Corp. All rights reserved. The DuPont Oval Logo, DuPont™, The miracles of science™ and all products denoted with ® or ™ are registered trademarks or trademarks of E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Company or its affiliates.
60 Causes of Accidents in Industry, coal mining, underground mining, and in confine space
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Security Systems - Emergency Services - Training - About Diamond Protection
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