Australian Mining Executives Apologize for Sexual Assaults atMines
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Australian Mining Executives Apologize for Sexual Assaults atMines

ABC reported that Western Australia mining company executives have held an unprecedented media conference to apologize to those who have been sexually

ABC reported that Western Australia mining company executives have held an unprecedented media conference to apologize to those who have been sexually assaulted or harassed on the state's mine sites. Managers from BHP, Rio Tinto, Fortescue Metals Group, Woodside and Newmont said they have a zero tolerance policy on assault and harassment and were committed to ensuring their workplaces were safe for female employees.

It comes after two BHP workers were charged with sexual penetration over separate incidents, and FMG revealed it was assisting police investigating an incident of alleged indecent assault.

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