A new range of machinery has been designed to support the Australasian mining, energy and construction sectors as they carry out the decommissioning and repurposing of obsolete plant.
A new series of forklifts has been developed for a range of applications, to enhance operator safety, comfort and ergonomics.
Unleash live, an AI video analytics platform, has announced a Series A funding round, led by SafetyCulture, to fuel the growth of its A.I. Apps Store.
Safe Work Australia has published guidance to help PCBUs manage the work health and safety risks associated with concrete pumping on construction sites.
A new way of securing vibrating screen and crusher motor bolts has been developed, thereby saving time previously taken to install industrial comminution equipment.
A demolition company has been fined $133,000 after a worker was seriously injured by the falling ramp of a low loader trailer.
A South Coast drilling company has been fined $375,000 after a worker was fatally crushed by a truck in October 2017.
Plant Assessor is a machinery safety platform that helps users ensure that machinery is safe for use and meets all legal compliance requirements.
Siemens Australia and Murray Engineering have developed an electric vehicle charging station that can be used both above and below ground in mines.
Monash University researchers have filed a patent for technology that can generate thousands of images of construction machinery to streamline construction safety.
SafeWork SA has urged drivers to report damaged equipment to their employers, after data revealed that falls from trucks caused 18 serious injuries in 2020.
Safety legislation in Australia means that machinery compliance is a mandatory requirement, and for good reason.
Preventative maintenance is a worthwhile investment and very effective when the costs of lost productivity and human injury are brought into the equation.
A report has analysed the link between vehicle standards and safety performance, revealing that maintaining vehicles can improve road safety and minimise risk.
Northern Star Resources has been fined $150,000 after two workers were injured in an underground vehicle collision.