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Changes to the Work Health and Safety (Mines and Petroleum Sites) Act 2013 passed by NSW Parliament in May come into effect 1 August. The

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The Regulator has released a compliance report on proximity awareness and collision avoidance in open cut coal mines. It is based on

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The annual work health and safety reports for the period 1 July 2021 to 30 June 2022 are now available on the Regulator Portal for mine

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Consultation Safety

The exposure draft of the proposed Work Health and Safety (Mines and Petroleum Sites) Regulation 2022 is now available for public comment

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The Regulator starts a targeted intervention campaign this month at open cut mines across NSW to build on our engagement with industry on

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We have produced a fact sheet about bullying and harassment and inappropriate conduct in the workplace. The fact sheet is to assist mine

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Workshop Safety

The inaugural open cut and underground drill and blast forums will take place in May and June to provide industry with collaborative events

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Seminar Safety

The Electrical Engineering Safety Seminar is returning in 2022 and we are seeking experienced and enthusiastic presenters to be part of our

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We're urging the mining industry to keep safety top of mind this Easter holiday season. We understand that many mining operations continue

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Safety Workshop

Together with the NSW Minerals Council, we are pleased to announce we will be holding a series of events throughout 2022 to advance the

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The NSW Mine Safety Advisory Council (MSAC) wants to hear from you about the reporting of safety concerns in the NSW coal mining industry

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The Minister for Health, being satisfied that it is necessary to protect the health, welfare, safety and wellbeing of members of the public

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