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Safety Mining Advertising Platform - Australasian Mine Safety Journal is the only independent publication in Australia specifically targeting safety professionals in Australia & Asia's burgeoning resources sector. Amsj Provides Advertising Platform for Mining Industries. for more info visit the site : http://amsj.com.au/advertise/

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OUTLIN E 2018 PRIN T / DIGI T A L / W E H A V E MIN E S AFE T Y C O VERE D AM S J . CO M . A U CONN E C T 4 / 3 1 THOM P S O N S TREE T , B O WE N HIL L S QL D 4 00 6 / 0 7 322 9 5 3 4 4 / AP R S . CO M . A U

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INT R ODU C TIO N / A B OU T AUSTRA L ASIA N MINE SAFE T Y JOURNAL PRIN T / DIGI T A L / W E H A V E MIN E S AFE T Y C O VERE D AM S J . CO M . A U CONN E C T The Australasian Mine Safety Journal (AMSJ) is the only independent publication in Australia specifically targeting safety professionals in our country’s burgeoning resources sector. Leading resources companies such as BHP and Rio Tinto claim safety is their number one priority, and with mining continually growing in this country, AMSJ fills a very specific need in the marketplace. The magazine covers latest industry news and trends as well as updates on government legislation and world’s best practice. AMSJ is distributed to mine safety professionals on the ground at mines across Australia as well as key personnel in head offices including Mine Site Managers, Purchasing and Procurement Officers, Health & Safety Managers, ER Managers and Environmental Managers, ensuring every quarter each copy is delivered into the hands of individuals affecting decisions and purchasing in the industry. Additional copies of the publication are distributed at key industry events, conferences and expos throughout the year. Along with the print magazine, each edition of AMSJ is also available as a convenient eMagazine accessible through our website. Readers can also subscribe to our monthly e-newsletter and keep up to date through daily news updates on a range of dedicated social media platforms. SNA P SH O T / F A C T S FR E QUEN C Y QUARTERLY SUMMER – JANUARY AUTUMN – APRIL WINTER – JULY SPRING – OCTOBER READE R SHIP 3 0 , 00 0 pe r edition A UDIENCE 6,000 Print Copy Subscribers (Individually mailed quarterly) 2,000 Print Copies distributed at Major Mining Expos & Safety Conferences. 48,000 E Mag Downloads (Quarterly) 15,000 E Newsletter Subscribers (Weekly) 1,200 Unique Website Visitors (Daily) 37,00 Facebook Followers E S T ABLISHE D 2 006 INDU S T R Y MINING WEBSIT E ams j . com.au AM S J I S I N GOO D COM P AN Y / A S S OCI A TION S AN O THE R Q U ALI T Y PUBLI C A TIO N F R O M VISI T U S @ EXP O S / CONFERENCE S / A W AR D S S UR A T B A SI N EX P O - Ju n 15 - 1 6 - T o o w oomba , QLD QL D MININ G & ENGINEERIN G EXHIBITIO N - Ju l 2 6- 2 8 - Mac k a y , QLD QL D MININ G CONTR A C T O R A W AR D S - Ju l 2 7 - Mac k a y , QLD QL D MININ G INDU S T R Y HEA L T H & S AFET Y CONFERENC E - A u g 1 4 - 1 6 - Gol d Coast , QLD N S W MIN E S AFET Y CONFERENC E - A u g 1 4 - 1 6 - Gol d Coast , QLD AIME X - A u g 29t h N S W 4 / 3 1 THOM P S O N S TREE T , B O WE N HIL L S QL D 4 00 6 / 0 7 322 9 5 3 4 4 / AP R S . CO M . A U

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AUDIENCE CONTENT PRIN T / DIGI T A L / W E H A V E MIN E S AFE T Y C O VERE D AM S J . CO M . A U & & & W ANT T O CONTRIBUTE? Australasian Mine Safety Journal welcomes articles and re- search reports from mining professionals across Australia for review. We look forward to your submission for our upcoming editions. Drop the editor a line at [email protected] L O C A TIO N / % F A CE B OO K / # F OL L O WE R S / 37,000 R E CIPIEN T S / % QUEENSLAND WES TERN A US TRALIA NEW S OUTH WALES VIC TORIA S OUTH A US TRALIA NOR THERN TERRIR OT Y OTHER 30. 9 % 28.3 % 25.3 % 6.4 % 4. 0 % 2. 8 % 2. 3 % General Managers Mine Managers Site Managers 24.0 % Exploration Managers Production Managers Geologists Operations Managers 6.1 % Environmental Managers Health & Safety Managers Risk Managers 22.2 % Engineering Managers Business Development Managers Quality Managers Plant Managers Project Managers Regional Managers Managing Directors 18.6 % Emergency Directors Electrical Officers Superintendents Officers Principals 29.1 % AN O THE R Q U ALI T Y PUBLI C A TIO N F R O M READE R SHI P / # PRIN T / 30,000 / PE R Q UA R TE R AM S J . COM . A U / 108,000 / UNIQU E VISI T O R S PE R Q T R EM A G D O WN L O A D S / 48,000 / PE R Q UA R TE R E NEW SLE T TE R / 15,800 / S UB S CRIBE R S (WEEKE L Y ) CONN E C T EDI T ORIA L / FE A TURE S A UTUMN / MAR CH 2 018 Arc Flash Safety Weather FIFO & Family Innovation Fall Protection Noise Mitigation Minesite Vehicles Safety Fire Protection WINTER / JUNE 2 018 Minesite Construction PPE Mapping & Surveying Safety in Transport Product Focus: Motors & Drives Drill, Blast & Geomechanics Software & IT Automation & Remote Control SPRING / SEPTEMBER 2 018 Innovation PPE Dust Management Fall Protection Better Training / Better Outcomes Weather Safety in Transport S UMMER / DE CEMBER 2 018 Innovation in Mining PPE Dust Management Mining Regulations Better Training / \Better Outcomes RE GUL AR S / Feature Interview Safety Dave Around the World Compliant State Environmentally Mine Community Engagement Health Body, Healthy Mind Disclaimer / FEATURES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE 4 / 3 1 THOM P S O N S TREE T , B O WE N HIL L S QL D 4 00 6 / 0 7 322 9 5 3 4 4 / AP R S . CO M . A U

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PRIN T AN D E-MAG PRIN T / DIGI T A L / W E H A V E MIN E S AFE T Y C O VERE D AM S J . CO M . A U CONN E C T AN O THE R Q U ALI T Y PUBLI C A TIO N F R O M BUSINES S FOCUS SAFETY STOP-IT Wireless E-Stop System Visit www.thompsonsafety.com.au and call 0456 499 973 to find out more S Minimising risk and maximising sa f ety a ving Li v e s, injur y and assets, one at a time is the mission of Thompson Sa fet y . control measures in all workplaces and work sites has just entered a new era thanks to one man’s vision and personal experience. Workplace death, injury and sickness is a $69 Billion weight on the Australian economy and most of this cost is worn by the families of the deceased or injured. Thompson Safety Corporation founder and STOP-IT innovator, Mike Thompson, has made it his mission to find a solution to this problem by evolving the widely specified mechanical E-Stop into the world leading life saving device that can shut down any fixed or mobile plant from 70 meters up to 5km away in emergency circumstances. This safety innovation undoubtedly will save lives and prevent serious injury across all industries where mechanical E-Stops are fitted and required. All industries cannot afford to know this product exists and not at least explore it’s potential. Exploring this option is cheap against the cost and heartache of lost time injuries or deaths. Mike Thompson’s own experiences on various mine sites around Australia as a heavy vehicle operator triggered this Mechanical Engineer’s safety intuition, to come up with a solution that can shut down equipment without entering safety exclusion zones and putting people’s lives at risk. Workplace and public safety has just reach a new level that Thompson Safety is extremely passionate about and proud of. This extraordinary device helps employers and safety advisors uphold their “duty of care” to ensure their workforce carry out their daily duties and return home to their families every day. The STOP-IT wireless E-Stop system complies with ANS4024, 2016, is non-intrusive, easy to install and does not modify the existing mechanical E-Stop. It merely “value adds” by making the existing E-Stop wireless while maintaining the mechanical function. This terrific safety innovation has immediate impact to site safety controls as it allows immediate safety response in emergency situations, which undoubtedly will save a life or severe injury at some stage. Safety is guaranteed by the push of a button and without entering the ‘Safety Exclusion Zone’! There are two models of Wireless Emergency stop systems supplied by Thompson Safety, with multiple variations to each model to suit different applications and requirements for fixed and mobile plant. There’s a 433MHz system for close proximity activation of up to 100m, however the use of repeaters can extend this distance to 500m. The 151MHz systems that ranges from 10.0 to 28.0 Volts AC, 11.0 to 36.0 Volts DC and 240 Volt AC have a range of up to 5km for specific applications without requiring direct line of sight. RIO TINTO AND LOCAL COUNCIL IMPLEMENTS SYSTEM So impressed was Rio Tinto in WA and Logan City Council in South East Qld they took on a Safety Leadership role by being the first to implement the Stop It Wireless Emergency Stop on their earthmoving equipment. Protecting their employees and the public is the Logan City Council’s highest priority and Stop It has made public works a safer exercise. If you have mobile and fixed plant with or without mechanical E-Stops, you can engage Thompson Safety for a no obligation assessment of your workplace and/or fleet by simply logging your details to access their free report on our website www. thompsonsafety.com.au and they will reply within 24hrs to discuss your requirements with the view to setting up a presentation and assessment. The challenge is to have the progressive mindset on how we can implement this safety innovation into our business against the norm of trying to find excuses why it can’t work. It’s simply a common sense “peace of mind” investment that every mine or construction site should make. After all what’s the value on a human life? Thompson Safety simply adds value to your mission of Zero Harm, the company is here to save lives, reduce injury and protect assets………one at a time! Y / Winte r 2 0 1 7 / ww w .amsj . com.au 4 distributed to our 5,800+ Subscribers as well as a further 18,000 downloads via our website & online magazine stores worldwide. AMSJ also has strategic partnerships in place with some of the very most influential Mine Safety Organisations in the Asia Pacific Region as distribution partners of the AMSJ E Mag. 4 / 3 1 THOM P S O N S TREE T , B O WE N HIL L S QL D 4 00 6 / 0 7 322 9 5 3 4 4 / AP R S . CO M . A U Limited Advertorial opportunities are available on Double Page Spread & Full Page Advertising. Above pricing based on one edition & is exclusive of GST & any Agency Commission AMSJ also offers very attractive pricing packages for 12 Month Contracts (see Page 7 for pricing) & still has very limited opportunity for its Exclusive Media Partnerships which includes presence on the AMSJ Mine Safety APP. Double P age Sp r e ad F ull P age Half P age $ 5,930 3,920 $ 2,495 $

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Week l y e-Newsletter PRIN T / DIGI T A L / W E H A V E MIN E S AFE T Y C O VERE D AM S J . CO M . A U CONN E C T AN O THE R Q U ALI T Y PUBLI C A TIO N F R O M Released on a Weekly basis, AMSJ e-Newsletter has a Readership of over 15,800. The purpose of the e-Newsletter is to keep our readers up to date on all current news and events during the week. There are three options for the Advertiser to be involved: e-Newsletter Advertorial Each e-Newsletter release, there are 3 positions for Advertiser Advertorial. The Advertiser is to supply a High resolution image, headline and up to 700 words of content. Once the Reader clicks on the Advertorial, they are then taken to the full content which is placed on the AMSJ website. TOP LEADERBOARD BANNER ADVERTISEMENT MIDDLE LEADERBOARD BANNER ADVERTISEMENT BOTTOM LEADERBOARD BANNER ADVERTISEMENT The Advertiser can use this position to promote any product launch, event launch or new service. Including a URL Link, the Advertiser can direct the Reader to their website or a specific place on the website. Subscribers distributed weekly t ot al v alue e x gst / per w eek top banner value ex gst per month Average open rate middle banner value ex gst per month bottom banner value ex gst per month OVER 15,800 21% $ 350 $ 1,200 $ 800 $ 600 4 / 3 1 THOM P S O N S TREE T , B O WE N HIL L S QL D 4 00 6 / 0 7 322 9 5 3 4 4 / AP R S . CO M . A U

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Solu s EDM PRIN T / DIGI T A L / W E H A V E MIN E S AFE T Y C O VERE D AM S J . CO M . A U CONN E C T AN O THE R Q U ALI T Y PUBLI C A TIO N F R O M Outside of the AMSJ weekly e-newsletter, we offer one advertiser per month, to have your content exclusively distributed to our Mining subscriber only database. This is an exclusive offer, whereby the Advertiser can connect with our Da- tabase that consists of fully engaged Key Decision Makers and Influencers throughout the Mining Industry. Emailed on the first Monday of the month the EDM is ideal for those wanting to promote anything from a new product, a new service offering or that one off call to arms ‘buy now’ ‘special offer’ announcements. Subscriber numbers account for - Australasian Mine Safety Journal (15,800), QLD Mining & Energy Bulletin (20,600) & Australasian Mining Review (35,000). 4 / 3 1 THOM P S O N S TREE T , B O WE N HIL L S QL D 4 00 6 / 0 7 322 9 5 3 4 4 / AP R S . CO M . A U total value ex gst $ 2,500

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Disclaime r / P A CK A GE S T AI L ORE D T O Y OU R NEE D S (PRIM E POSITION S INC L UD E A N EX TR A L O ADING) AS K U S TODA Y ABOU T A CUSTO M PACKAG E COMBININ G PRIN T , DIGITA L AN D EVEN T PRESENC E AM S J AP P S P ONS O R $1 5 , 00 0 ( 1 2 MONTHS) E X C LUSIVI T Y F O R Y OU R CHOSE N C A T E GO R Y . INC L UDE S L OG O O N AP P & UNLIMITE D A CCE S S T O UP L O A D CONTENT MI S C / $ / E X G S T PE R EDITIO N AN O THE R Q U ALI T Y PUBLI C A TIO N F R O M 4 / 3 1 THOM P S O N S TREE T , B O WE N HIL L S QL D 4 00 6 / 0 7 322 9 5 3 4 4 / AP R S . CO M . A U PRIN T / DIGI T A L / W E H A V E MIN E S AFE T Y C O VERE D AM S J . CO M . A U CONN E C T RATES PRIN T / $ / E X G S T PE R EDITIO N REGULAR S / CASUAL 2 EDITIONS 4 EDITIONS DOUBL E PAG E SPREAD $5,920 $5,620 $5,030 FUL L PAGE $3,920 $3,725 $3,325 HAL F PAGE $2,495 $2,370 $2,120 QUARTE R PAGE $1,425 $1,355 $1,210 PRIM E POSITION S / CASUAL 2 EDITIONS 4 EDITIONS DOUBL E PAG E SPREAD INSID E FRON T COVER $6,795 $6,455 $5,775 FUL L PAGE INSID E BAC K COVER $4,500 $4,275 $3,825 FUL L PAGE OUTSID E BAC K COVER $6,795 $6,455 $5,775 FUL L PAGE OPPOSIT E CONTENTS $4,310 $4,095 $3,665 FUL L PAGE OPPOSIT E EDITOR’ S LETTER $4,310 $4,095 $3,665 DIGI T A L / $ / E X G S T PE R EDITIO N WEBSIT E / 1 MONTH 2 MONTHS 3 MONTHS SKIN $5,000 $10,000 $15,000 100 % SHAR E O F VOICE NEWSLETTE R / FI R S T B ANNER S E CON D B ANNER THIR D B ANNER BANNE R A D S $ 1, 2 00 $ 8 00 $ 6 00 33 % SHAR E O F VOICE A D VE R T ORIAL $3 5 0 33 % SHAR E O F VOICE S O L U S EDM $ 3 , 000 SPON S ORE D NE W SLETTER PRINT / FLY SHEET CASUAL $1,800 2 MONTHS $1,500 3 MONTHS $1,200 SUBSCRIBER POST OUT FLYER DISTRIBUTION AT EXPOS & CONFERENCES TBC TBC TBC MAG INSERTS $ SUBJECT TO WEIGHT TBC TBC TBC

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MATERIAL PRIN T / SP E CIFI C A TION S PRIN T / M A TERIA L S UBMI S SIO N DIGI T A L / M A TERIA L S UBMI S SIO N DIGI T A L / SP E CIFI C A TION S DOUBLE P A GE SPREAD SIZE / 297mm (H) x 420mm (W) TYPE / 277mm (H) x 400mm (W) PLE A S E N O TE Requi r e s 3m m o f Bleed O VERAL L DIMENSION 303m m (H ) x 4 2 6m m (W) FULL P A GE SIZE / 297mm (H) x 210mm (W) TYPE / 277mm (H) x 190mm (W) PLE A S E N O TE Requi r e s 3m m o f Bleed O VERAL L DIMENSION 303m m (H ) x 216m m (W) HAL F P A G E HORI ZON T AL SIZ E / 135m m (H ) x 1 94m m (W) VE RTI C AL SIZ E / 2 7 0m m (H ) x 90m m (W) Q U A R TE R P A G E HORI ZON T AL SIZ E / 68m m (H ) x 1 94m m (W) B L OCK SIZ E / 135m m (H ) x 90m m (W) SI D EB O AR D SIZ E / 2 5 0 p x (H ) x 300 p x (W) B A C K G R OUN D SIZ E / 1 0 8 0 p x (H ) x 2100 p x (W) LEADERB O AR D SIZ E / 90 p x (H ) x 7 2 8 p x (W) T O WE R SIZ E / 8 00 p x (H ) x 1 5 0 p x (W) NE W SLE T TE R B ANNE R SIZ E / 90 p x (H ) x 7 2 8 p x (W) FIL E F ORM A T S .J P G / .P N G / . GI F / . S W F LIVE TEXT AREA: Please allow 15mm space from each edge. Final artwork and advertising material can be sent via email to [email protected] or via file transfer services (wetransfer.com). AR T W ORK FILE RE QUIREMENT S Artwork can be supplied as high resolution press optimised PDF files, Illustrator, Photoshop ( TIFF , EPS , JPEG ) and InDesign files supplied with all supporting images and fonts where applicable. All files to be supplied as composite CMYK and embedded images at 100% scaling, 300dpi . All fonts must be converted to outlines or embedded into the PDF file. AD VER T ORIAL GUIDELINES Advertorial content should be supplied as a Word Doc and to the correct word count ( 700 words for a full page advertorial and 350 words for a half page) with hi res images supplied separately. All images (including those scanned) and logos should be saved as JPEG , TIFF , PSD or composite EPS files and supplied at 100% scaling, 300dpi and saved as RGB. AR T W ORK CREA TION If you require artwork creation, our in-house prepress department offers a range of design services that will ensure your company stands out from the rest. Please contact Prepress on 07 3012 7400 or email [email protected] for more details. Disclaimer / MODIFICATIONS TO SUPPLIED ADVERTISING MATERIAL IS NOT POSSIBLE. TO MEET OUR SPECIFICATIONS, ADVERTISING MATERIAL MUST BE DELIVERED ON TIME SO THAT QUALITY CHECKING PROCEDURES CAN TAKE PLACE. APRS MEDIA RESERVES THE RIGHT TO REFUSE ANY ADVERTISING MATERIAL THAT DOES NOT MEET OUR SPECIFICATIONS. APRS Media publications follow the IAB standards . APRS Media uses Revive to manage all advertising campaigns. It provides us with statistics relevant to your campaign such as impressions and clicks to help monitor the effectiveness of your advertising. All flash ( .swf ) banners must include a backup format (eg. Animated . gif or static image ) for web browsers with flash disabled and iPhone / iPad users. Please supply completed banners two weeks before commencement date. APRS does not accept responsibility for viewing problems associated with banners. For newsletter banners we can only accept animated .gif or a static image ( .png or .jpg ). To view a live example of the skin, visit amsj.com.au or contact Prepress on 0401 055 776 for more information. PRIN T / DIGI T A L / W E H A V E MIN E S AFE T Y C O VERE D AM S J . CO M . A U SIDEB O ARD SIDEB O ARD LEADERB O ARD LIVE TEXT AREA: Please allow 20mm either side of the spine and 15mm space from each edge. T O WER B A C K G R OUND B A C K G R OUND T O WER CONN E C T AN O THE R Q U ALI T Y PUBLI C A TIO N F R O M 4 / 3 1 THOM P S O N S TREE T , B O WE N HIL L S QL D 4 00 6 / 0 7 322 9 5 3 4 4 / AP R S . CO M . A U