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Mantashe ast

Pirate operators can have you up in smoke warn AST

Allowing untrained professionals to service and maintain fire protection systems will not only dent a puts employees at great risk.

Extracting value from a liability to the environment

Compliance and the unwritten rule to ‘go beyond compliance’ in the mining industry with regards to the environment is now more important than ever before.
Chamber of Mines

DMRE issues directive on start-up procedures

The Department of Mineral Resources and Energy (DMRE) has issued a directive to all mining operations to ensure safe start-up procedures.
tanzania eskom mining charter

Life after lockdown: 10 legal considerations to take into account

It will never be ‘business as usual’ when the nationwide Covid-19 lockdown ends. Here are 10 important legal factors to consider after lockdown
booyco pds

Zero-harm drive: People at center of effective PDS

While technology is an indispensable safety tool, the task of achieving Zero Harm is really about people says Booyco Electronics.
Kangra Coal

ZAC on track to achieve goal of Zero Harm

“This is a massive achievement for the company because it reflects our high working standards and commitment to safety by preventing work injuries.”
Murray & Roberts safety

Learning and sharing key to safety progress

With its sights set on Zero Harm Murray & Roberts Cementation is pushing the boundaries with new approaches and initiatives to improve safety.

DMRE says COVID-19 adherence a mixed bag

The DMRE found that three coal mines in Mpumalanga are not at the same level in terms of their state of readiness to respond to COVID-19.

Mining health safety – 7 common risks to protect yourself against

The mining industry has a reputation for being a risky business, with health risks that are varied and often quite serious.

Executives don’t realise full benefit of digitalization

Where risk management is concerned the majority of companies (92%) believe digital tools will bring value to their operations.

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