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2022 Seminars

Mining Engineering Managers Safety Seminar (MEMSS)

12 - 13 October 2022 at Sofitel Sydney Wentworth, Sydney, NSW

EOI for presenters now open

The Mining Engineering Managers' Safety Seminar (MEMSS) is returning in 2022 and we are seeking experienced and enthusiastic presenters to be part of our second event. The seminar will be held on 12 and 13 October 2022 at the Sofitel Sydney Wentworth, Sydney NSW.

This is an excellent opportunity for individuals to share their experience, insights and learnings with mining engineering managers (MEMs) from across the NSW mining industry.

If you are interested in being a presenter, please review the information for presenters (PDF, 157.98 KB), complete an application form (DOCX, 55.89 KB) and send it with your abstract via email to rr.workshops@planning.nsw.gov.au no later than 13 May 2022. 

Please note: If you submitted an expression of interest for 2021, you do not need to complete an application.

Electrical Engineering Safety Seminar (EESS)

9 - 10 November 2022 at Sofitel Sydney Wentworth, Sydney, NSW

EOI for presenters now open

The Electrical Engineering Safety Seminar (EESS) is returning in 2022 and we are seeking experienced and enthusiastic presenters to be part of our 30th event. The seminar will be held on 9 and 10 November 2022 at the Sofitel Sydney Wentworth, Sydney NSW.

This is an excellent opportunity for individuals to share their experience, insights and learnings with electrical engineers from across the NSW mining industry.

If you are interested in being a presenter, please review the information for presenters (PDF, 178.44 KB), complete an application form (DOCX, 55.5 KB) and send it with your abstract via email to rr.workshops@planning.nsw.gov.au no later than 30 May 2022. 

Past safety seminar presentations

Mining Engineering Managers Safety Seminar presentations 2019

Electrical Engineering Safety Seminar presentations 2019

Mechanical Engineering Safety Seminar presentations 2019

  • Mechanical Engineering 2019 - Ben Withers
  • Where Glencore Assets Australia stands - Mark Winchester
  • Understanding the hazards at your mine and an enforceable undertaking - Clint Maynard
  • Collision management risk evaluation for mobile equipment - Chris Doran
  • ACARP project to industrialise wall-flow DPF technology for diesel engines used in underground coal mining - Nick Coplin
  • Critical risk and control frameworks - James Ritchie
  • Mechanical failure case studies - Roger Costanzi
  • Where do I stand for fire protection on mobile and transportable equipment and PFAS foam ban? - Kristian Bischoff
  • Risk visibility - identifying the hazards - Mark Fogarty
  • Demolition of a former mine site - Luke Egan and David Wood
  • Elastic springback in plates - Theo Kahl
  • Managing the risk of falls from mobile plant - Carly Clifford
  • What is my level of airborne dust awareness? Where do I stand? - Mark Shepherd
  • Application of high-energy micro-mist technology - Jon Roberts
  • Understanding the cause - Alan Burns and Gerard Chitty
  • Where do I stand? Earthmoving machinery access systems - Osama Ali
  • The culture of hydraulic safety - Kyle Probert
  • Mining Authorisations Unit - Penny Lee
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  • Learning from disasters - John Flint

Electrical Engineering Safety Seminar presentations 2018

Mechanical Engineering Safety Seminar presentations 2018

Electrical Engineering Safety Seminar presentations 2017

Mechanical Engineering Safety Seminar presentations 2017