Health and Safety in the Mining industry. Occupational health and safety hazards whether they are physical, chemical, biological, mechanical or psychological, can affect any industry be it agriculture, construction, manufacturing units and even the healthcare sector. However, the one industry most commonly and severely affected is the mining industry.
Health and safety in mining Mines can be hazardous environments and the possibility of fire, flood, explosion and collapse has the potential to simultaneously affect a large number of people....
Overview of Leading Indicators for Occupational Health and Safety in Mining Share Safe and healthy employees at all levels, operating within a culture of care and respect, create direct value through for example reduced absenteeism, and indirect benefits such as higher levels of efficiency, morale and co operative teamwork.
COVID 19: Health and safety in mining The COVID 19 crisis has put extraordinary pressure on employers and private sector businesses to survive and continue to provide productive employment. While it is important to maintain fiscal resilience, this must not come at the cost of peoples health
Safety and Health Protecting the health and safety of employees, contractors and communities is a fundamental component of TSM and deeply engrained in the Canadian mining industrys culture. The Safety and Health protocol includes five indicators that concern occupational safety and health management at the facility level.
This page provides access to health and safety guidance and other information for people working in the mining industry and others who have an interest in mine safety. New guidance resulting from the introduction of the Mines Regulations 2014 Mines Regulations Electrical safety in mines Existing guidance
Safety is always the number one priority for our sector. The NSW mining industry has an excellent health and safety record over many years, but theres always room for improvement, and our industry goal is zero harm. We are working towards a NSW mining industry free of fatalities, injuries and disease. Safety is paramount to NSW miners and Australia is an international leader in safety research and