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Jaw Crusher

As a classic primary crusher with stable performances, Jaw Crusher is widely used to crush metallic and non-metallic ores as well as building aggregates or to make artificial sand.

Input Size: 0-1020mm
Capacity: 45-800TPH

Materials:
Granite, marble, basalt, limestone, quartz, pebble, copper ore, iron ore

Application:
Jaw crusher is widely used in various materials processing of mining &construction industries, such as it is suit for crushing granite, marble, basalt, limestone, quartz, cobble, iron ore, copper ore, and some other mineral &rocks.

Features:
1. Simple structure, easy maintenance;
2. Stable performance, high capacity;
3. Even final particles and high crushing ratio;
4. Adopt advanced manufacturing technique and high-end materials;

Technical Specs

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Three miners die in Zimbabwe's mine accident The

2020-12-6  Three miners die in Zimbabwe’s mine accident HARARE (Xinhua) -- Three miners died on Tuesday this week in a mine accident in Zimbabwe's Mudzi District, the latest among a series of mine accidents in the country in recent weeks, the Zimbabwe

Mining accidents claim 84 lives in Midlands Mining

2021-3-19  March 19, 2021. Posted in LOCAL. Eighty-four people died in 2020 due to mining accidents in the Midlands province alone amid calls for improved workplace safety. Between January and February this year, eight people have already lost their lives to mining-related accidents.

JUST IN: Mining accidents claim 84 lives in Midlands

2021-3-16  Zimbabwe Miners Federation (ZMF) spokesperson, Mr Dosman Mangisi, concurred with the minister saying unmonitored mining activities were the root cause of the accidents.

Fatal accident at Caledonia's gold mine in Zimbabwe

Photo by Caledonia Mining Corp. Africa-focused Caledonia Mining Corp. (TSE:CAL) revealed Monday that one person died on February 23, following an accident at its Blanket gold mine in southwestern...

Improving Workers' Safety and Health in the Zimbabwean

2020-10-13  Zimbabwe. Mining and quarrying industry attributed 20% of the deaths in year 2014 compared with 10% the previous year (NSSA, 2014). However, year 2014 had a 300% increase in mining fatalities compared to previous year (NSSA, 2014). The prevalence of occupational accidents in mining and quarrying industry remains a challenge to mining

Zimbabwe: Artisanal Mining Deaths Concern in

2020-9-17  The Minister of State for Midlands Provincial Affairs, Senator Larry Mavima has expressed concern over the increase in the number mine-related deaths involving artisanal miners and small scale...

A Fatal Accident in Zimbabwe Reveals the Costs of

2019-3-23  Zimbabwe’s informal mining sector is in the spotlight after an accident at a gold mine killed at least 24 people last month. As many as 70 informal miners were

Miners engage Nssa over mining accidents The

2019-9-15  Miners lobby group Zimbabwe Miners Federation (ZMF) has engaged the National Social Security Authority (Nssa) towards having rehabilitation wards at district hospitals in mining areas, an official has said. This comes at a time when accidents in

JUST IN: Artisanal mining deaths concern in Midlands

2020-9-17  What we want is production while reduce accidents,” he said. Meanwhile, Zimbabwe Miners Federation (ZMF) spokesperson, Mr Dosman Mangisi said the

The Most Common Accidents in the Mining Industry

2019-1-14  The yearly average in coal mining decreased to 30 fatalities from 2001-2005, though 60 to 70 miners still die each year in the U.S. coal and non-coal mining industry. The most common accidents occurring in the mining industry are the result of poisonous or explosive gases or mishaps relating to the use of explosives for blasting operations.

JUST IN: Mining accidents claim 84 lives in Midlands

2021-3-16  Zimbabwe Miners Federation (ZMF) spokesperson, Mr Dosman Mangisi, concurred with the minister saying unmonitored mining activities were the root cause of the accidents. Artisanal gold mining

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Seven workers drown in Zimbabwe gold mine lift accident Mining Technology. According to the Chamber of Mines of Zimbabwe data, 35 people died in mining accidents in the country in 2013 due to low safety standards, especially at small mines. Zimbabwe is a producer of gold, diamonds, platinum and iron ore. Read more

Mine accidents: MPs grill Chitando The Zimbabwe

2020-12-11  To prevent accidents, he said as a general thrust there is a need to increase the visibility of the inspectors. Chitando said the inspectors were supposed to have a close interface with mining operations, but the resources were limited. There was a shortage of human resources and vehicles, for instance, each province only had two vehicles.

Mining fatalities a cause for concern The Sunday News

2021-1-31  ZIMBABWE has recorded over 463 fatalities in the mining industry in the past three years as a result of not having enough enforcement of mining regulations due to the increase in the number of mining locations, an official has said. Any other incident in an unregistered mine is classified under illegal mining accidents.

A Fatal Accident in Zimbabwe Reveals the Costs of

2019-3-23  Zimbabwe’s informal mining sector is in the spotlight after an accident at a gold mine killed at least 24 people last month. As many as 70 informal miners were believed to be working inside two abandoned mineshafts near the town of Battlefields, southwest of Harare, when the underground tunnels were flooded by water from a burst dam.

Zimbabwe MPs Concerned Inactive Mines Turning

2020-11-26  There have been at least four fatal mining accidents in Zimbabwe over the past two years. Most miners in Zimbabwe work for themselves, selling whatever valuable minerals they find to

Miners engage Nssa over mining accidents The

2019-9-15  Miners lobby group Zimbabwe Miners Federation (ZMF) has engaged the National Social Security Authority (Nssa) towards having rehabilitation wards at district hospitals in mining areas, an official has said. This comes at a time when accidents in mines continue to rise resulting in some miners getting injured while others lose their lives.

Zimbabwe: Mining Workers Union Bemoan Increasing

2020-9-7  Zimbabwe: Mining Workers Union Bemoan Increasing Workplace Accidents He adds "More than 10 workers have died in occupation accidents in both

Dying for Gold: Zimbabwe’s Rich Industry Relies On

2021-3-1  Gold mining is Zimbabwe’s largest earner of foreign currency. In 2019, as part of a three-year trend, the government’s main buyer saw 63% of its gold deliveries come from artisanal and small

(PDF) Defining Safety Hazards & Risks in Mining

2018-2-27  Mining work ers in Zimbabwe are also at high risk of contracting work-related illnesses and injuries. The injury rate among mining workers in Zimbabwe was 131/1000 exposed workers per year as

Mine accidents: MPs grill Chitando The Zimbabwe

2020-12-11  To prevent accidents, he said as a general thrust there is a need to increase the visibility of the inspectors. Chitando said the inspectors were supposed to have a close interface with mining operations, but the resources were limited. There was a shortage of human resources and vehicles, for instance, each province only had two vehicles.

A Fatal Accident in Zimbabwe Reveals the Costs of

2019-3-23  Zimbabwe’s informal mining sector is in the spotlight after an accident at a gold mine killed at least 24 people last month. As many as 70 informal miners were believed to be working inside two abandoned mineshafts near the town of Battlefields, southwest of Harare, when the underground tunnels were flooded by water from a burst dam.

Zimbabwe MPs Concerned Inactive Mines Turning

2020-11-26  There have been at least four fatal mining accidents in Zimbabwe over the past two years. Most miners in Zimbabwe work for themselves, selling whatever valuable minerals they find to

Mining Workers Union Bemoan Increasing Workplace

2020-9-7  Mining Workers Union Bemoan Increasing Workplace Accidents September 7, 2020 News Following the death of an employee in a workplace accident at Jena Mines in Silobela, the Zimbabwe Diamond and Allied Mineral Workers Union (ZDAMWU) has expressed concern over the lack of occupational safety at the entity.

Mine Accidents and Disasters Department of Mineral

In 2003, the death toll from mining accidents was approximately 270 fatalities and an agreement was reached to reduce mining fatalities by 20% per annum. The year 2010 was an achievement for the South African mining industry with a 24% reduction year-on-year since the 2003 agreement.

The Most Common Accidents in the Mining Industry

2019-1-14  The yearly average in coal mining decreased to 30 fatalities from 2001-2005, though 60 to 70 miners still die each year in the U.S. coal and non-coal mining industry. The most common accidents occurring in the mining industry are the result of poisonous or explosive gases or mishaps relating to the use of explosives for blasting operations.

(PDF) Defining Safety Hazards & Risks in Mining

2018-2-27  Mining work ers in Zimbabwe are also at high risk of contracting work-related illnesses and injuries. The injury rate among mining workers in Zimbabwe was 131/1000 exposed workers per year as

Spike in fatal workplace accidents Zimbabwe Situation

2019-3-28  More Zimbabwean workers are dying on the job, according to the findings of Zimbabwe’s State-owned pension fund’s workplace safety investigators. The National Social Security Authority (Nssa), noticing a disturbing trend, crunched the numbers and found that occupational accidents and fatalities increased by 19 percent from 2017 to 2018.

Study and Analysis of Accidents Due to Wheeled

2015-1-1  Mining is a hazardous profession and considered as war against the unpredictable forces of nature. As a result, the mining industry continues to be associated with a high level of accidents, injuries, and illness (Maiti et al., 2004). Accidents in mines are still continuing at some disturbing rate.

Worst Mining Disasters In Human History WorldAtlas

2017-4-25  2. Courrieres Coal Mine, Courrieres, France, March 1906 (1,099 deaths) One of the most grotesque mining accidents to ever be recorded in Europe has to be this one, which occurred in Courrieres, France and killed 1,099 people. Early in the morning on the 10th of March, 1906, a gas explosion happened, fueling a series of blasts through the entire mine.

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