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WorkSafe release the 12th edition of the WES & BEI indices special guide

The 12th edition of the Workplace Exposure Standards and Biological Exposure Indices special guide has been published.

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Making bad quarry air bite the dust

Dust control technology advances are producing cleaner air and helping quarries protect against coronavirus....continue reading.

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Media Release - Kristy makes global list of inspiring women

Mining engineer and MinEx Board member Kristy Christensen has been named among 100 women who highlight the wealth of female talent in the extractive sector worldwide.

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New Zealand Mining Board of Examiners members appointed

MinEx Board member Fiona Bartier has been appointed to the New Zealand Mining Board of Examiners.

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Sites should use the next week to plan for Safe reopening

Use the next week to plan how your extractive site will prepare for any change in COVID-19 status.

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WorkSafe Extractives Quarterly Report Q1 Released

WorkSafe has released their Extractives industry quarterly report for quarter 1 - July to September 2019. Go to report.

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Media Release - A model approach to CPD and engagement

New continued professional development requirements for the extractive sector deserve praise for their content and the approach taken, says Wayne Scott, CEO of both the quarry industry national organisation and...

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Lowering the WES not the answer

As concerned as I am about silicosis across the wider extractives sector, I do not support WorkSafe’s efforts to lower the New Zealand worker exposure standard of respirable crystalline silica...

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Over 1000 Kiwi workers could have been exposed to potentially hazardous dust in the workplace

There's a warning at least 1000 Kiwis may have been exposed to a potentially hazardous dust in the workplace, dubbed the 'new asbestos'.

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CPD consultation ends July 1

If you’ve got a beef – or a shout out – in respect of the current CPD regime for the extractive sector, you have two weeks to act.July 1 sees...

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