• Austin Engineering Australia Now Safety Standard Certified

    November 5th, 2018 | by
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    Austin Engineering recently undertook an initiative to achieve a national safety standard across our Australian operations.

    Austin’s Mackay (QLD) operation, incorporating Austbore, and Muswellbrook (NSW) operation have joined the Brisbane (QLD) and Perth (WA) operations in obtaining accreditation. This means that all Australian operations of Austin Engineering are now safety standard accredited.

    The Brisbane, Mackay and Muswellbrook operations are accredited to AS/NZS4801: 2001 Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems – Specification with Guidance for Use and BS OHSAS 18001:2007 Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems – Requirements. Austin’s Perth operation is accredited to AS/NZS4801: 2001 Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems – Specification with Guidance for Use.

    Through a comprehensive work health and safety management system, Austin Engineering is committed to providing a healthy and safe work environment for all our workers.

    It is the policy of the company to make every reasonable effort to prevent accidents, protect workers from injury, and promote the health, safety and welfare of all workers.

    Austin’s safety values apply not only to its employees, but also to sub-contractors, customers and the community in which we operate.


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    Austin was present at two major mining tradeshows in September: first at Mining Indonesia, held in Jakarta from the 13th to the 16th of September, and then on the other side of the globe, at Perumin/Extemin in Arequipa, Peru from the 18th through to the 22nd 

    BK’s team of over 80 plant mechanics, auto-electricians and high voltage electricians are experienced in scheduled maintenance, machining, rebuilds and more.


  • AGM to be live tweeted

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    The Annual General Meeting of shareholders of Austin Engineering Limited is being held at 10.30am on 21 November 2014 at the Marriott Hotel, 515 Queen Street, Brisbane, Queensland. We will be live tweeting from the AGM. Follow us at @AustinEngAus #angagm to view our tweets
  • Austin Engineering Manufactures Largest Excavator Bucket to Date

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    The EX8000-6 bucket, with a capacity of 48m3, is the largest excavator bucket ever manufactured by Austin Engineering globally.

    Measuring 4840 x 4310 x 5550mm in size, the EX8000-6 features an ESCO Nemysis N539430 5 station cast lip and is designed to operate within the machine’s maximum suspended load.

    Manufactured at Austin’s Brisbane Operation, the bucket was designed based on the site specific material specifications to maximise the excavator’s productivity.

    The bucket has been delivered to a Hunter Valley (NSW) mine site and will go into operation this month.

    For more information about our mining bucket services go here.



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