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Health & Safety Features

Man your panic stations

By Matthew Wood – writer

Life threatening situations such as poisonous gases or lack of oxygen create the need for safe rooms, otherwise known as panic rooms or refuse bays. In today’s field of technological innovations, how can they be improved, what are the best ways of equipping them and how can they be more cost efficient?

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Keep it clean – hygiene and sanitation in mining

By Matthew Wood – writer

No matter what industry you are in, hygiene and sanitation is an aspect of critical importance. To what extent does hygiene and sanitation play a role in the mining industry? Do measures in this regard need to be implemented to a higher degree?

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Safety first – a Mining and Technical Exhibitions guideline on health and safety

Mining & Technical Exhibitions provide a number of safety points so as to ensure that the safety and security points standards set by the mine are adhered to as well as seeing that everyone’s safety is secure.

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Occupational hygiene – Anglo American’s commitment

It is a great thing to know that occupational hygiene is pushed to such a high degree in South Africa. Thanks to a week of pushing hygiene and sanitation on Mining Online, a sizeable collection of references and information has been accumulated. Special thanks is in order to the industry experts who contributed.

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