Time Lapse Camera Captured No Threat Fire Near Gruyere Mine Site

A snapshot from Hardhat Media’s time lapse camera stationed at Gruyere Mine Site in the Goldfields. Smoke can be seen in the far left hand side, billowing towards the site.
Photo taken 15 January 2019.

Why use a Time Lapse Camera (s) for Mine Sites and Construction projects?

Using time lapse cameras on remote projects not only helps to monitor worker health and safety but can also serve as a valuable document in case of unexpected problems on site.

In this case, workers had to be pulled back as a bush fire burned near the Gruyere gold mine in the remote northern Goldfields on 15 January 2019.

It was one of several fires in the northern Goldfields as hot temperatures raged during the summer months, including one that narrowly missed the Tjukajirla Roadhouse, a petrol station and rest stop 300km east of Laverton on the Great Central Road.

Hardhat Media‘s time lapse camera’s captured the smoke billowing over the Gruyere mine site (photograph above).

Thankfully, the fire was brought under control with minimal damage and work on the site commenced.

HardHat Media are a leader in Perth for long term time lapse camera solutions for mine sites and construction projects.

Talk to our team today about how our time lapse cameras can benefit your project.