Report serious injury, illness, death, or dangerous incidents, immediately.
Under certain conditions, a bullying notification can be made to the Regulator and/or other agencies.
Activities considered high risk must be notified to the Regulator before they can be undertaken.
Activities that pose health risks to workers must be reported to the Regulator.
Clause 130 of the Work Health and Safety (Mines and Petroleum Sites) Regulation 2014 requires certain mine operators to give the regulator a work health and safety report. The report must be submitted annually and must provide certain information, including details of incidents and injuries at the mine during the year.
Schedule 8A of the Mining Regulation 2016 requires mines to nominate a contact person, report non-compliances and provide notification of certain development consents.
Under clause 8(1) of the Quarry Manager Instrument of Exemption 2015, a mine operator must notify a government official of certain information to demonstrate that their nominee is a competent person.
Notification of a mine or petroleum site operator must be completed before mining operations can begin in NSW.
Notify the Regulator of the election of a mine health and safety representative.
Certain matters known as reportable events must be notified to the regulator including the commencement or closure of a mine or petroleum site as well as changes of key details in relation to coal mines.