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Mines Rescue, Gas Detection and Emergency Preparedness is the most comprehensive mine emergency manual available internationally.
This manual covers a vast range of subjects, including mining emergency management, rescue equipment, firefighting, gases, gas detection, gas analysis and interpretation, self-escape, aided escape and rescue systems, spontaneous combustion, explosions, outbursts, the effect of heat and humidity on rescuers and inertisation and sealing.
It serves as a key reference material for both the mining industry at an operational level and academics at a theoretical level.
Coal Services’ Standing Committee on Airborne Contaminants and Occupational Hygiene produced this booklet to promote a better understanding of the health effects and control of airborne dust.
This booklet promotes a better understanding of the hazards and appropriate methods associated with diesel particulate in the coal mining industry.
Coal Services’ Noise Induced Hearing Loss sub-committee produced this booklet to promote a better understanding of the health effects and control of noise in the mining environment.
In 2011, Coal Services launched the Coal Mines of NSW index book and FitzGerald Film Collection of Australian Mining Industry Historical DVDs. Both the book and the DVDs were commissioned by Coal Services and bring significant benefits to the Australian mining industry, researchers, historians, film makers and the general community.
The Coal Mines of NSW index book is a single-source reference of the coal mines that have operated in NSW. This book was prepared and researched by Brian John Andrews, O.A.M, of the Coalfield Heritage Group.
The FitzGerald Film Collection of Australian Mining Industry Historical DVDs consists of fifteen films which were produced between 1968 and 1988. Coal Services have restored and preserved these as a set of historical DVDs.
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