Skip to main content

A NSW Government website

Safety seminars

MEMSS and MESS cancelled, EESS under review

We’d like to inform industry about changes to upcoming events due to the impacts of COVID-19.

The 2nd Mining Engineering Managers Safety Seminar, which was scheduled for 13 and 14 October 2021, has been cancelled.

The Mechanical Engineering Safety Seminar, which was scheduled for 26 and 27 October 2021, has also been cancelled.

If you have already purchased tickets for these seminars, we will be in contact shortly. We will inform industry of rescheduled dates.

The safety of mine sites and regional communities across NSW is our utmost priority. With current restrictions changing daily and increasing cases of COVID in the NSW community, we took the decision to reschedule to avoid any potential risk of spreading the disease to our regional communities. Future dates will hopefully allow time for the current threat to pass and enable as many industry people as possible, from across the state, to participate in this important face to face networking opportunity.

The Electrical Engineering Safety Seminar is currently under review. It is currently scheduled for 10 and 11 November 2021 but may need to be rescheduled due to the impacts of COVID-19.

We will keep industry updated regarding any changes to the dates of these events and other Regulator activities. Please visit our website for up-to-date information in our events calendar and Mine Safety News.

2021 Seminars

  • CANCELLED: Mechanical Engineering Safety Seminar - 11 - 12 August 2021 at Hunter Valley Crowne Plaza, Lovedale, NSW
  • CANCELLED: Mining Engineering Managers Safety Seminar - 13 - 14 October 2021 at Hunter Valley Crowne Plaza, Lovedale, NSW
  • UNDER REVIEW: Electrical Engineering Safety Seminar - 10 - 11 November 2021  at Hunter Valley Crowne Plaza, Lovedale, NSW

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
    • Video
    • presentation unavailable
  • 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