- 14 June 2013
- The Phnom Penh Post
- Law and judiciary / Social development
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The number of officially recorded workplace deaths in Cambodia increased by more than 25 per cent from 2011 to 2012, while the vast majority of those injured at work were women, National Social Security Fund figures released yesterday reveal. A total of 59 people were reported ...
- 31 May 2013
- The Phnom Penh Post
- Energy / Extractive Industries / Extractive industries policy and administration / Generation and distribution facilities / Gold / Industrial mining / Law and judiciary / Minerals and mineral products / Mining / Non-renewable energy production / Oil and gas resources
- Cambodians for Resource Revenue Transparency / Cambodians for Resource Revenue Transparency Executive Director / Chhay Sarath / Draft Law on Mine Safety / environmental impact / environmental impact assessments / Gas / gold / gold mine / gold mine shaft / gold mines / Khieu Muth / mine collapse / mine safety / Mine Workers / miners / mining / mining accident / mining companies / mining industry / mining sector / Ministry of Environment / Ministry of Environment Secretary of State / NGOs / oil / oil and gas / oil and gas sector / Preah Vihear / Preah Vihear Province / Rovieng District / Royal Government / safety / safety standards / Technical Training / working conditions
The government plans to draft a law designed to govern safety standards in the Kingdom’s mining industry, an official said yesterday, little more than a week after at least one gold miner went missing when a shaft collapsed in Preah Vihear province. Khieu Muth, a secretary ...