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© The State of Queensland (Office of the Queensland Parliamentary Counsel) 2014-2020 (Ver. 2.6.9.2 Rev. 6022)

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Queensland Mine Safety Information and Links Mine

We have assembled a range of links to the latest Queensland coal mining safety and health act, Queensland coal mining safety and health regulation 2001, Mining and Quarrying Safety and Health Act, other relevant regulations, recognised standards, guidelines and guidance notes for Queensland mine safety.

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Queensland mine safety framework Resources Safety

Queensland’s mining safety and health legislation is considered among the best in the world, but ongoing review is important to ensure our regulatory framework remains effective and continues to protect mine workers from harm.

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Coal Mining Safety and Health Act 1999 Queensland Government

Queensland Coal Mining Safety and Health Act 1999 Current as at 10 November 2019

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Safety and health Business Queensland

Safety and health. Read more about the health and safety requirements for Queensland's resources industries.

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Queensland Mines and Quarries Safety Performance and

The Queensland Mines Inspectorate administers mining safety and health legislation and works with industry and unions to protect the safety and health of mine and quarry workers. This cooperative, tripartite approach is vital to improving safety and health in the mining and quarrying industries.

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'Safety reset' at all Queensland mines and quarries

Six workers have died in Queensland's mines and quarries in the past 12 months in a horror year for the industry, including two deaths in the past two weeks. Queensland Resources Council chief executive Ian Macfarlane said the meeting would allow companies, unions and government to review safety measures and see how the industry could improve.

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QLD faces mine safety reset and Australian Mining

Mines and quarries in the state will implement a safety reset by the end of August for discussions between management, operational staff and relevant union representatives on risks and safe practise.

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Queensland Mining Industry Health & Safety Conference

The Queensland Mining Industry Health and Safety Conference is an initiative to promote health and safety in the Queensland mining industry. The conference provides the industry with the opportunity to exchange information, network and foster proactive health and safety management techniques.

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Queensland mining industry health and safety conference

Now in its 31st year, the 2019 Queensland Mining Industry Health and Safety Conference returns to The Star Gold Coast from August 19 to 22. As one of the largest of its kind in the Southern Hemisphere, up to 700 delegates across the country are expected to attend the four-day conference themed ‘Realising Opportunities Together’.

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Queensland Mining Industry Health and Safety Conference

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Mining Industry Health and Safety Conference on Gold

Minister Dr Anthony Lynham officially opened the Queensland Mining Industry Health and Safety Conference Annie Perets, Tali Eley,Gold Coast Bulletin August 20, 2019 12:00am

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Health and Safety Events Queensland Resources Council

Queensland Mining Industry Health and Safety Conference . The annual Queensland Mining Industry Health and Safety Conference is hosted jointly by the Queensland Government, the QRC, and mining unions (CFMEU and AWU). The four-day conference continues to be one of the largest health and safety conferences in the southern hemisphere. It is designed to provide Queensland resources companies

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Queensland mining industry commits to safety reset

CFMEU Mining and Energy Queensland President Steve Smyth said a number of critical issues were resolved in today’s meeting. “Importantly, we now have a recognition from both industry and government that the culture around safety must change. “We have achieved a commitment to tackle reckless behaviour in the workplace, and to put industrial manslaughter laws on the table. “We also have

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Queensland Mining Industry Health and Safety

The Queensland Mining Industry Health and Safety Conference is an initiative to promote health and safety in the Queensland mining industry. The conference provides the industry with the opportunity to exchange information, network and foster proactive health and safety management techniques. Latest news . Vale John Patrick Brady. July 15, 2020. Vale Ramsay Wells. June 17, 2020. IMPORTANT

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'Safety reset' at all Queensland mines and quarries

A "safety reset" for the mining industry will be a top priority discussed at a crisis meeting called following the deaths of six workers. The Queensland government has called an emergency meeting

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Queensland Mining & Energy Bulletin ~ Mining, Energy,

Welcome to the Queensland Mining & Energy Bulletin. We are an independent voice on mining and energy for anyone working in the Queensland mining and minerals industry.

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Mining Safe Work Australia

Coal Mining Safety and Health Regulation 2001; More information about Queensland’s WHS regulatory framework for mining is available at the Queensland Government website. Note: This legislation is under review. Information about the review is available at the Department of Natural Resources, Mines and Energy website. Western Australia: WHS requirements for mining are regulated through the

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Realising Opportunities Together QMIHSC 2018

Queensland Mining Industry Health and Safety Conference, 2018 conference sessions video recordings.

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QLD faces mine safety reset and Australian Mining

The QRC also announced it would participate in a safety forum with its members at the annual Queensland Mining Industry Health and Safety Conference next month. It

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