A union leader at the huge Freeport mine in Indonesia's Papua region says a planned month-long strike has been called off.
10,000 workers were set to strike from Thursday in protest at a series of fatalities.
But the union official has told Reuters that after two days of talks, a win-win solution has been found for everyone.
Four people were killed in September, prompting a protest last month that forced a temporary suspension of operations.
Last year, a training tunnel collapsed at the mine killing 28 miners.