Daylight Saving is a good time to check on the amount of sleep you are getting to keep yourself and others healthy and safe as you work, says WorkSafe Chief...
MinEx has submitted their responses to WorkSafe and MITO in relation to proposed changes to CoCs and Unit Standards.
WorkSafe is seeking applicants for the New Zealand Mining Board of Examiners to fill a number of positions which become available in October.They are looking for people with extractives industry...
MinEx has prepared a draft response to WorkSafe in relation to proposed changes to CoCs. You can view our response here.We welcome your support for our submission, and any feedback...
The Board of Examiners is proposing changes to how people gain and maintain their certificates of competence (CoCs).
A past president of the Institute of Quarrying Australia has been named as the next CEO of New Zealand’s Mining Extractives Health and Safety Council, MinEx.
MinEx releases a H&S Management system template for Quarry operations.
The National Safety Show is back in 2017. It’s shaping up to be one of our biggest events with an estimated 100+ exhibiting companies lining up to participate.
Thirteen businesses often seen on a city block have been included so far – from cafes and hair salons, to medical centres and petrol stations.
A workplace fatality involving an exploding bitumen emulsion tank has important lessons for industry according to WorkSafe New Zealand.