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High Altitude Mining: A Guide to Managing the Unique Health and Safety Risks of Your Workforce

Miners working at high altitudes face unique occupational hazards resulting from both the mining activities themselves, as well as the extreme environmental conditions. Employers, and in particular Health and Safety professionals, should be aware of the numerous hazards that must be managed and mitigated in these working environments .

This guide outlines how to comply with legislation, ensure the health and safety of your workforce, and avoid burdensome and error-prone administrative practices. 

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