Reaching Zero Harm Workplaces at Austmine 2019Posted on January 17th, 2019 in LATEST NEWS
The nature of the mining industry presents unique challenges for workforce safety. As technology evolves, so too does mine safety. These technological advancements can be seen in the form of driverless trucks, electric vehicles, using advanced geotechnical practices or block caving, all aimed towards reduced health, safety and environmental problems, and improved productivity.
Embracing technology and business model innovation is vital in today’s world, and this applies to mining companies of all sizes. It is imperative that all companies in Australia ride the wave of digitalisation to make huge improvements in three key areas: safety, technology and productivity.
At Austmine 2019, the two breakout streams on day one, “Operating the Ultimate Underground Mine” and “Operating the Ultimate Open-Cut Mine” will focus on embracing digital innovation in mine sites across Australia and the world. We’ve lined up some of the industry’s most knowledgeable thought-leaders to share their expertise as they discuss reaching for zero-harm workplaces, driverless trucks, autonomous skills and much more.
If you are an Austmine Member or Miner, you can benefit from this exclusive offer, buy four conference tickets and get one free! Don’t miss out and register today.