The Minerals Council South Africa has launched the Khumbul’ekhaya initiative developed and led by the Minerals Council CEO Zero Harm Forum.
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Better safety on South African mines has meant fewer fatalities, but more must be done to improve livelihoods and inclusive growth on the back of mining.
There are various means to ensure the safety of mine employees in order for them to work effectively and positively impact on profit.
The Minerals Council responds to President Cyril Ramaphosa's “10 value-adding principles” challenge that he outlined earlier this year.
As many mining companies invest in the social and economic upliftment of their employees, health and wellbeing should not be underestimated.
Fuel and lubricants are the lifeblood of the mining industry. Every part of the industry relies on it to keep moving says ENDRESS+HAUSER .
The ability to analyse and derive intelligence from vast amounts of data generated across any mine is a digital revolution in this sector.
South Africa's mining industry’s safety was once again cast into the spotlight when the DMR released its mine health and safety statistic for 2018.
The statistics reveal that there has been a slight decrease in fatalities and injuries across mines in South Africa.