A NSW Government website
Regulating for a safe and responsible mining, extractive and petroleum industry
Undertaking risk-based compliance and enforcement activities in relation to obligations under the Mining Act, including the assessment of mine rehabilitation activities and security deposits
General rehabilitation guidance material, reporting and forms
To deliver an integrated and holistic regulatory approach to promote a safe, sustainable and innovative mining, extractive and petroleum industry in NSW
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Lead risk work is defined in clause 394 of the WHS Regulation as a lead process that is likely to cause the blood lead level (BLL) of a worker carrying out the work to exceed
This document provides guidance on the interpretation and application of the concept of ‘mining operations’ used in the Work Health and Safety (Mines and Petroleum Sites) Act...
The operator of a mine or petroleum site must keep a record for the mine or petroleum site.
Under the Work Health and Safety Act 2011 (WHS Act), a person conducting a business or undertaking (PCBU) must, so far as is reasonably practicable, consult with workers who...
This fact sheet outlines the minimum safety standards for winding system used in small gemstone mines, as prescribed in section 34, 50, 51 & 52 of the Work Health and Safety...
The work health and safety (WHS) laws require duty holders with shared responsibilities to work together to make sure someone does what is needed.
fact sheet Exercising work health and safety regulator functions outside mine or petroleum sites
Plant and item registration for mines and petroleum sites