The Australian Mining Association ("AMA") is an industry association in Australia, with members ranging over the whole mining industry, working alongside related organizations in Australia and overseas and co-operates wherever possible with them. Expansion to include related organisations in additional countries is planned.
Mining in Australia has long been a significant primary industry and contributor to the Australian economy by providing export income, royalty payments and employment. Historically, mining booms have also encouraged population growth via immigration to Australia, particularly the gold rushes of the 1850s. Many different ores, gems and minerals have been mined in the past and a wide variety are ...
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May 2017 - NSW Mining celebrates achievements; ... May 2017 – NSW coal industry statistics. Rising raw coal production from open cut mines in the Hunter Valley, Gunnedah and Mudgee have led an increase in overall raw coal production for the nine months ending 31 March 2017 of 1.4%.
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Coal is the largest mining sector in NSW and accounts for 73 percent of all mineral production in NSW. In 2005/6, 90 million tonnes of NSW coal were exported for a total value of $6.7 billion. NSW coal producers directly employ 12,600 people, and the industry creates significant rural and regional economic opportunities.
If you have no experience in the mining industry, instead detail the areas you do have knowledge in, and consider how these skills may be beneficial for finding a well-suited job in the Australian mines. Everyone has something to offer, and the mines are always seeking hard workers for a …
The work-related traumatic injury fatalities data collection provides statistics about people who die each year from injuries that arose through work-related activity. This includes fatalities resulting from an injury sustained in the course of a work activity (worker fatality) and as a result of someone else's work activity (bystander fatality).
Coal Services is a Specialised Health and Safety Scheme proudly protecting the NSW coal mining industry and its workers for more than 90 years. We are a unique and trusted expert body providing preventative and responsive services. Managing health and safety is our business. With a collaborative model unlike any other worldwide, we are connected […]
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At 31 December 2017, there were 41 coal mining operations in NSW; 20 underground mines (16 longwall operations) and 21 open cut mines. Raw coal production for the NSW coal industry fell by 1.8 per cent or 4.6 million tonnes to 245.7 million tonnes for the 12 months ending 31 December 2017. Overall raw coal […]
Mines in NSW Industry Expenditure Impact Survey 2017/18 While only 0.1% of NSW is used for mining, our mines are located right across the state, and our miners support a variety of groups and services, including services to improve health, safety and education, in their local communities.
Mining Industry) Act 1963 No 48 New South Wales Historical version for 6.1.2012 to 10.1.2013 (generated on 14.01.2013 at 10:06) An Act to make further provisions with respect to the entitlement to long service leave of workers in the metalliferous mining industry; to amend the Long Service
Improving the safety and health performance of the NSW mining industry is a priority for the NSW Government. The role of the Mine Safety is to provide the framework and direction for industry to manage risks through consultation and safe systems. Mine Safety works closely with employers, employees and their representatives, other government ...
throughout the mining industry in NSW. The Council was established in 1998 following . recommendations made in the 1997 Mine Safety Review and Gretley Inquiry. The Council was ... Development and implementation of a Fatigue Management Plan for the NSW mining and extractives industry.
Standard 11 Mining Induction. The Standard 11 is a workplace health and safety package for the Resources and Infrastructure Industry (RII). If your job means you must access a a Queensland coal mine site - you'll need a Standard 11.
An outline of all the safety and health legislation that applies to the NSW mining and petroleum industry, including radiation control and explosives legislation. Go to All legislation for NSW mining workplaces. WHS (Mines and Petroleum Sites) legislation.
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The NSW Minerals Council is the leading industry association representing the minerals industry in New South Wales, providing a united voice for its members. Here are three reasons why the association is so important to the mining industry in Australia. 1. They have the resources to make a difference
Coal LSL's long service leave scheme for the black coal mining industry is one of the most generous of any industry in Australia. It's portable, accommodating employee movements common to the industry, and it's accessible after eight years' qualifying service–sooner in some cases.
View an interactive history of Australia's minerals industry. This download shows Australia's mineral development over time, highlighting which deposit was discovered when and includes the ability to do this for a particular commodity group. You also can choose a specific point to zoom into and view information about that specific mine.
The current WHS (Mines and Petroleum Sites) legislation commenced on 1 February 2015. It was drafted based on the national model WHS Regulations for mining and the additional tri-state mining provisions agreed by NSW, Queensland and Western Australia.
We manufacture a comprehensive range of safety signage and labels suited to mining and industry. We specialise in production of custom mine specified compliance signage and have in-house machinery to manufacture signs, stickers, engraved plates, labels and tags.
The Resources Regulator's direction and priority areas over the next three years are outlined in the Resources Regulator's Strategic Approach 2017-2020 [PDF, 142.08 KB]. The focus of the Strategic Approach will help ensure we achieve our vision of a safe and responsible mining, extractive and petroleum industry.