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Mandatory computer modelling not conducted prior to worker's death linked to heat and diesel

A company that failed to comply with its legislative duty to conduct computer modelling of planned changes to a mine's ventilation system has been convicted and fined $480,000, after a worker was exposed to unsafe levels of heat and diesel fumes, and died.

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