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Mine Safety Conference starting in Rockhampton today

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The Mining and Energy Union’s 2023 mine safety conference starts today, running until Thursday.

About 70 Site Safety and Health Representatives from coal mines across Queensland are gathering in Rockhampton to discuss the latest issues in coal mine safety. They will participate in training and hear from mine safety experts.

Media are welcome to attend the event.

MEU Queensland President Stephen Smyth will address media on key themes of the conference on Wednesday 9 August at 1pm.

Contact: Steve Watts 0408 873 509

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