Mining health and safety
The health and safety of people working in mining is a shared commitment of everybody in the resources sector.
This includes physical health and safety, but also ensuring people's mental wellbeing. Explore our collection of health and safety content to learn more about this critical topic.
Using technology to overcome key challenges to ensure the wellbeing of frontline workers
82% of organisations that empower their frontline workers see higher levels of job satisfaction amongst employees.
AusIMM is collaborating with Insight to showcase how the use of cloud-based technology can enhance the wellbeing of mining workers. Read our short article and download Insight’s eBook to learn more.
COVID-19 has exacerbated many of the pressures on workers, especially those who need to remain on site or operate underground.
Workers may feel under pressure in their roles due to a variety of reasons, including poor communication and collaboration, complex operations, dated and ineffective technology, inefficient processes, poor change management, a lack of training and skills growth, and more.
However, there is plenty of evidence to suggest the right tools and technology that deliver meaningful and real time data can play a vital role in empowering teams and employees.
This eBook, by the technology experts at Insight, explains how providing frontline workers with robust devices, equipped with Microsoft 365 and Teams, can go a long way towards addressing some of these key challenges – thus improving communication, ensuring greater productivity and safety, driving greater autonomy, and improving overall job satisfaction.
The state of safety culture—how does mining stack up?
Health and Safety Reader
Download a collection of recent health and safety papers from AusIMM conferences, covering on-site safety culture to critical risk controls
AusIMM makes submission on radiation safety in Queensland
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AusIMM’s Health and Safety Society is for those professionals with an interest in advancing OHS best practice in the resources sector.
Other health and safety recommended reading
Safety: Our most vital resource
As professionals, we all have a responsibility to be safety leaders and to foster a safe workplace for every worker in the resources sector.
Professional perspectives: health and safety
We asked four professionals; How do you embed health and safety practices into your everyday work life?
The neuroscience of personal safety
This article is the AusIMM Bulletin’s most read article on health and safety. Cristian Sylvestre asks: why do so many people still get hurt at work even though we do so much to try and keep them safe?