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Australasian Mine Safety Journal is a print and digital publication that provides features and news articles relating to safe mining industry practices in Australia. The Australasian Mine Safety Journal (AMSJ) is the only independent publication in Australia specifically targeting safety professionals in our country’s burgeoning resources sector. Leading resources companies such as BHP and Rio Tinto claim safety is their number one priority, and with mining continually growing in this country, AMSJ fills a very specific need in the marketplace. The magazine covers latest industry news and trends as well as updates on government legislation and world’s best practice. AMSJ is distributed to mine safety professionals, on the ground at mines across Australia as well as key personnel in head offices including Mine Site Managers, Purchasing and Procurement Officers, Health & Safety Managers, ER Managers and Environmental Managers, ensuring every quarter each copy is delivered into th

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Mines Rescue team searches abandoned mine

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According to reports, the mine, in Boone County West Virginia, was permanently sealed off until two men broke through a concrete barrier at the portal. The mine was apparently signposted with no tr...

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North Goonyella Mine Fire

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Australasian Mine Safety Journal spoke directly with a Peabody Energy representative this week on the state of the fire. Of course, the official line was “It was a changing situation, it was diff...

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Austmine Networking in Brisbane

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Austmine’s Brisbane End of Year Networking event provides an opportunity to celebrate with industry colleagues and the Austmine team at the end of a fantastic year for our industry. The event wil...

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Gas detection standard helps coal mines manage ...

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The new standard incorporates world-leading practices feature for management of life saving gas detection equipment in coal mines across Australia and New Zealand. AS/NZS 2290.3:2018, Electrical eq...

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