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  • Labour amp Employment Issues in the Mining Sector Miller

    Labour amp Employment Issues in the Mining Sector Miller

    Mar 31, 2020 With over 35,000 employees, labour and employment issues are obviously of central importance to the mining sector, both in terms of health and safety and managing employees for optimal performance, safety and efficiency. In 2018, 2,115 critical injuries were reported to the Ministry of Labour — 1,760 of those were industrial, 324 were in ...

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  • Labour relations biggest material risk for mining sector

    Labour relations biggest material risk for mining sector

    Aug 02, 2021 Besides labour relations, the study shows that the management of waste and hazardous materials and measures of health and safety represent material risks for the mining sector in Q2, although overall negative material impact falls by almost half compared to Q1.

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  • labour relations in the gold mine industry in south africa

    labour relations in the gold mine industry in south africa

    2016-9-16 The mining industry in particular has suffered severe labour relations instability since shortly before the Marikana tragedy, in August 2012, and the growing significance of a new mining trade union has presented very significant challenges to …

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  • Mining coal other mining sector

    Mining coal other mining sector

    Mining (coal; other mining) sector. Minerals and mineral products are the backbone of most industries and some form of mining or quarrying is carried out in nearly every country in the world. It has important economic, environmental, labour and social effects.

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  • Productivity in the Mining Industry Measurement and

    Productivity in the Mining Industry Measurement and

    5.5 Gross fixed capital formation and ICT investment in the mining industry 90 5.6 Labour inputs and the capital to labour ratio in mining 91 5.7 Robe River iron ore mine: labour productivity and production, 1973-74 to 1990-91 92 5.8 Lost time injury frequency rate 93 5.9 Tropical cyclone activity 2005-06 95 ...

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  • Mining Operations Child Labor Laws

    Mining Operations Child Labor Laws

    The Fair Labor Standards Act prohibits employers from employing any child under 18 years of age in occupations in or about mines because they have been deemed to be particularly hazardous for them or detrimental to their health of well-being (for information specific to youth work in coal mines, visit Coal Mining – FLSA Child Labor Laws for 16 and 17 Year Olds).

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  • Labour Relations Act Mining News

    Labour Relations Act Mining News

    AngloGold Ashanti restructures SA operations to ensure their viability. AngloGold Ashanti has decided to begin a consultation process with employees in terms of section 189 and 189A of the Labour Relations Act, with respect to restructuring certain aspects of …

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  • Labor Relations in the Steel Industry CQR

    Labor Relations in the Steel Industry CQR

    Jun 28, 1996 The degree of success which attends this effort to compel corporations in the steel industry to share control of wages, hours, and working conditions in their plants with outside trade unions may profoundly influence the future form of labor organization in the United States. The issue presented by the organizing campaign, as formulated at the ...

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  • Industrial Relations in Zambia to 1975 SpringerLink

    Industrial Relations in Zambia to 1975 SpringerLink

    Moreover, it was the miners who pioneered industrial action and established the militant tradition which has characterised the labour movement and out of which grew one of Africa’s most powerful industrial unions. The mining industry in addition has had a major influence upon wage movements which have produced the country’s high wage economy.

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  • Labor Relations Negotiating Collective Bargaining

    Labor Relations Negotiating Collective Bargaining

    Jun 14, 2021 Contract bargaining in labor relations is one of the most complex areas of negotiation and dispute resolution. There are rarely clear cut or mutually agreed upon notions of what a fair salary and benefits package would be, so employers and workers, either individually or collectively, often find themselves at odds.Furthermore, contract bargaining in a unionized …

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  • Gender in the Mining Industry ROAPE

    Gender in the Mining Industry ROAPE

    Feb 10, 2016 Mining work, such as digging and drilling, is high intensity physical labour. To attain the same levels of productivity, women would, physiologically, thus have to work far closer to their maximum possible oxygen intake than men. This in turn leads to far greater levels of fatigue in women after doing the same work.

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  • Report labour relations have become biggest material risk

    Report labour relations have become biggest material risk

    Aug 16, 2021 Protestors occupying mine trucks. Image courtesy of Leard State Forest. According to a new report by intelligence analysis firm Alva, labour relations are becoming the most prominent material risk for the metals and mining industry.. In their Q2 report, which investigated progress on the environmental, social, and governance(ESG) issues, Alva stated …

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  • 5 pledge makers against child labour in mining

    5 pledge makers against child labour in mining

    Mining is a hazardous industry that can involve long hours underground, taxing manual labour, and toxic chemicals We’re highlighting some of the 2021 Action Pledges we’ve received. Get inspired by these short stories about how governments, UN agencies, NGOs, universities, organizations, tripartite partners, and many more are joining the ...

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  • DOC the impact of labour relations in the mining sector

    DOC the impact of labour relations in the mining sector

    Introduction In this assignment we will be covering the issues/ problems that pertinent in the mining sector, especially focusing on the labour unrest events that has been on the news and looking at how it affects the economy, socio-political issues and the labour relations stability in the mining sector. The mining sector is the major contributor to South African GDP and …

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  • Labor management relations and the coal industry

    Labor management relations and the coal industry

    Since the 1930's, labor relations in the coal industry have fluctuated almost as widely as coal production. Recent years are no exception. Unions and management continue to play a vital role in determining the conditions of labor in the coal industry. Powerful, highly centralized union leadership which persisted for many decades has been succeeded by a less unified, more open

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  • Labour amp Employment Issues In The Mining Sector

    Labour amp Employment Issues In The Mining Sector

    Mar 31, 2020 Labour & Employment Issues In The Mining Sector. Ontario has approximately 40 underground mines, with about 25,000 workers, located mostly in Northern Ontario. Minerals such as copper, nickel, gold and other precious metals, diamonds, salt and gypsum are extracted. Ontario also has several thousand surface open pits, quarries, sand and gravel operations, …

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  • Labor Exploitation in the South African Mining Industry

    Labor Exploitation in the South African Mining Industry

    Jul 21, 2020 Fighting for a provision to prevent labor-brokering abuses in mining employment would greatly reduce the instances of human trafficking in …

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