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Global Spill Control gas bottles and cylinder storage cages have been designed with a solid, sloped roof to shed and drain water. Their aluminium construction makes them ideal for various building projects, as they will not rust or corrode.
DBI-SALA introduces their Nomex®/Kevlar® high temperature fall protection range. Offering extended protection for Hot Work and the Utility industry, eliminating the risk of your fall protection equipment igniting or melting!
In technical terms the C1D2 rugged cases allow the use of the following mobile devices to record safety inspection results: iPhone 4s, iPhone 5 and iPhone 5s; iPads including mini iPads and iPad air; and Samsung Galaxy S4.
OTB are exclusive Agents for Body Glove safety equipment, Decade ergonomic products, Con-Space communication systems, 50 Degree cooling ...
We manufacture Aussie made oil and chemical spill clean up equipment for spills on both land and water. Our products include spill ...
STOREMASTA® provides innovative safe storage solutions for a wide range of applications in many industries within Australia, New ...
Supplier of Special Purpose, Lockable, Security and Retractable access.
Protecta Group's focus on Temporary Protection Solutions covers a broad range of applications, from dust containment coupled with air ...
Capital Safety, a 3M Company, is the world's leading designer, manufacturer and training provider solely dedicated to providing ...
U River has announced an $800 million expansion of their Cairn Hill magnetite mine near Coober Pedy, which the company estimates could create up to 1300 jobs.Read More
The McGowan Government will inject an additional $2 million in funding to the Minerals Research Institute of Western Australia (MRIWA).Read More
The WA State Government has praised the decision made by Chinese company Ningxia Tianyuan Manganese Industry's (TMI) to restart the Woodie Woodie mine in the Pilbara.Read More
The first new mine in the Tennant Creek area in over 10 years has been officially opened by Territory Minister for Primary Industry and Resources Ken Vowles.Read More
Minister for Resources Ken Vowles has announced that Jemena have been granted consent to construct the first 344km portion of the Northern Gas Pipeline (NGP) project.Read More
The Palaszczuk Government will be ensuring that sizable mines across the state are properly rehabilitated, protecting the environment and creating more jobs in the resource services industry.Read More
The Tasmanian Liberal Government will be providing $9.5 million for several key projects with the aim of eventually reopening the local mine in Queenstown.Read More
State Development Minister Dr Anthony Lynham has revealed that a rigorous environmental assessment is underway on the $1 billion Olive Downs mining proposal.Read More
More than 300 people gathered at the 7th Annual WA Major Projects Conference last week to review some of the state’s largest and most significant major projects taking place across the state.Mining Read More
For a long time, electricians were forced to troubleshoot complex compounded problems by chasing down the cause – one electrical measurement at a time.Mining Read More
As the summer months roll in, the rising temperature will pose an undue disadvantage to the construction projects. Excessively...Read More
Construction sites are not only the most busy places of work, but also accident-prone areas. Brimming with hundreds of construction...Read More
The existence of air compressors goes back to the beginning of the life on the earth. The best example of...Read More