The Department of Labour announced it has started conducting its own investigations into recent two major incidents that led to the deaths of workers. Department of Labour Director-General, Thobile Lamati, told the Media at an Open Day event discussing a wide range of issues in Pretoria on 13 September, that those incidents which caused the…
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Media Statement For Immediate Release: Monday, March 12, 2018Contact: Media Relations (404) 639-3286 Today marks one month since Commander (CDR) Timothy Cunningham was last seen, and we have not given up hope that he will soon be found. If Tim reads this message, we hope you come home soon. If anyone reading this has information about...
NIOSH Seeks Data on Automation Used in Mining In order to prepare for the expanded use of automation technologies, NIOSH seeks to both proactively address worker health and safety challenges that may be associated with automation and to leverage new technologies to improve miners’ health and safety. Mar 19, 2019 NIOSH on March 18 published...
Press Release For Immediate ReleaseTuesday, February 13, 2018Contact: Media Relations(404) 639-3286 In addition to tragic loss of life, the next global infectious disease outbreak could harm the U.S. export economy and threaten U.S. jobs—even if the disease never reaches our shores. Two Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) articles published in Health Security analyze the risks...