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The New South Wales Minerals Council Health and Safety Innovation Awards are recognised as the peak industry accolade. They celebrate creative and practical solutions to health and safety issues and promote their application across the...

2010 NSWMC OHS Conference Proceedings

The 2010 NSWMC OHS Conference held in May 2010, Communicating Safety – Cracking the Code focused the industry on how it communicates health and safety messages, how it talks...

The NSW mining industry's OHS Conference "NSW mining what does health & safety mean to me?" was held from 29 April - 1 May 2012 in the Hunter Valley.

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Tndustry & Investment NSW has developed these safety tools and audit checklists for use by the mining industry.

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In 2007 the NSW Mine Safety Advisory Council (MSAC) commissioned research into: production bonuses and safety incentives; working time and fatigue management; and OHS management systems and consultation.  These three, interrelated...

The Standing Committee on Dust Research and Control, established in 1954, is an expert advisory body comprising representatives of the colliery proprietors, mining unions, industry specialists, government departments and Coal Services...

Links to gazette notices relating to occupational and mine health and safety legislation including the Occupational Health and Safety Act 2000 and the Occupational Health and Safety Regulation 2001; Coal Mine Health and Safety Act 2002...

Five fact sheets on have been endorsed by MSAC to help people working in the industry identify potential hazards and that everyone understands the nature and sources of these risks so that informed decisions...


As part of achieving a world-leading WHS Culture for the NSW mining and extractices industry, MSAC has developed a communication strategy targeting regional mining communities. The "looking out for each other" campaign...

Links to current versions of mine safety legislation including Work Health and Safety Act 2012 (Mines); Coal Mine Health and Safety Act 2002; Mine Health and Safety Act 2004; and Explosives Act 2003.

These Acts and their...

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