Managing fatigue in mining – Hicksons WHS specialists featured in Australian Mining

  • 17 Jan 2018

Mining employers have far reaching WHS responsibilities when it comes to contractors and employees. It is essential that employers consider all possible risks and build a strong management plan around them to avoid any liability.

This extends to managing the risk factors and causes of fatigue, which is a major contributing factor to incidents in the mining industry.

Read the full article here. 

Article written by Sarah Jones and Ramza Martin 

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