'Punch in the guts': WIMWA 'manel' on sexual misconduct in mining

LISTEN and be prepared to be uncomfortable were the key messages from an all-male panel – or 'manel' – to close out this year’s WIMWA Summit in Perth on Friday.

'Punch in the guts': WIMWA 'manel' on sexual misconduct in mining 'Punch in the guts': WIMWA 'manel' on sexual misconduct in mining 'Punch in the guts': WIMWA 'manel' on sexual misconduct in mining 'Punch in the guts': WIMWA 'manel' on sexual misconduct in mining 'Punch in the guts': WIMWA 'manel' on sexual misconduct in mining

L-R: moderator Annabel Crabb, Rio Tinto's Richard Cohen, Perenti's Mark Norwell, Ora Banda's Luke Creagh and BHP's Clayton Hanrahan. Image: WIMWA/Rift Photography

The Enough is Enough report into sexual harassment in the fly-in, fly-out mining sector was handed down in June but has been in the headlines in recent days after the Western Australian government