In the Media
A New Zealand health and safety organisation says it supports the total ban by Australia on engineered stone because of silicosis risks.
Two worker deaths last month involving vehicles, two serious incidents involving dangerous gasses and a serious injury incident the previous month are disturbing, says a health and safety organisation.
Kiwi ‘she’ll be right’ attitudes are a major factor in New Zealand’s high workplace death rate and match American tolerance for gun deaths, says the CEO of a health and...
MinEx, the national Health and Safety Council for the extractives sector, says it is awaiting more information from WorkSafe about two chronic silicosis cases at an unidentified New Zealand quarry.
Internationally recognised environmental work and an ability to roll up the sleeves and do any job, while mentoring others, were defining qualities of the winners of awards given out today...
Quarry and alluvial mine workers have faced nine years of risk through delays in new Government regulations, says Wayne Scott, CEO of the Mining Extractive Health & Safety Council MinEx.
The loss to cancer of Te Kuiti-based mining engineer Kristy Christensen is being felt across the extractive sector, says the CEO of its health and safety organisation, MinEx.
MinEx produces guidance on Worker Exposure Standards
Mito has released the Mining and Quarrying Workforce Development Strategy 2021.
The 12th edition of the Workplace Exposure Standards and Biological Exposure Indices special guide has been published.