Mining industry safety guide focuses on WHS regulations
15/02/2012 - Pro-Visual’s 2012 edition of the Mining Industry Guide to Workplace Safety puts a heavy focus on Workplace Health and Safety regulations for the mining industry.
While the mining industry has made enormous leaps and bounds with regards to safety in recent years compared to its humble beginnings, the industry still remains high-risk and fraught with dangers.
However, so long as mine operators implement procedures to ensure that all workers take the proper steps to minimise harm and control risks, a day at the mine site can be safe, productive and rewarding.
This highly detailed resource is supported and endorsed by the Australian Mines and Metals Association, Safe Work Australia and the National Safety Council of Australia. It is distributed at no cost to thousands of Operations Managers, Mine Managers and Safety Officers across the industry in Australia, with additional copies available upon request.
The information contained within the guide is designed to educate mine workers of the importance of safe work practices regardless of their position.
Topics include but aren’t limited to: Personal Protective Equipment, Principal Mining Hazard Management Plans, Emergency Planning, Fitness for Work and Health Monitoring and Keeping Mine Records.
Australia’s mining industry is a major contributor to the nation's GDP, but the importance of keeping workers safe can never be overlooked.
Pro-Visual Publishing thanks all sponsors, who through their support, were able to make it possible for the Mining Industry Guide to Workplace Safety to be distributed free.
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