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Key compliance priorities updated

The Resources Regulator has published the July - December 2021 Compliance priorities which sets out the key compliance priorities for the next six months. Publishing this document serves to increase transparency, community and industry confidence in our regulatory activities and increase levels of voluntary compliance.

Between July and December this year the Regulator aims to complete ten compliance priorities targeting respirable dust (revision to the exposure standards), management of blast exclusion zones, collision avoidance and proximity detection technology, positive communications, management of hazardous chemicals, contractor management, entanglement around conveyors, operational rehabilitation reforms, progressive rehabilitation, and the Legacy Mines Program.

Click here to view the Compliance Priorities July - December 2021 (PDF, 1.03 MB)

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