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Weekly incident summary - week ending 22 April 2022
27 reportable incidents, 1 summarised below

Dangerous incident | IncNot0042025

Open cut coal mine
Roads and other vehicle operating areas
Summary: A dozer and dump truck collided when both were reversing at an overburden dump. Nobody was injured.
Comments to industry: Mobile plant operators should always maintain situational awareness and pay attention to the movement and proximity of other machinery. Workers must use all available aids such as mirrors, cameras and awareness systems, particularly when reversing, and establish positive communications in accordance with documented procedures.
ISR22-16 | Go to the website


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*While the majority of incidents are reported and recorded within a week of the event, some are notified outside this time period. The incidents in this report therefore have not necessarily occurred in a one week period. All newly recorded incidents, whatever the incident date, are reviewed by the Chief Inspector and senior staff each week and summarised in this report. For more comprehensive statistical data refer to our Safety Performance Measures Reports and our Business Activity Reports.
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