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Annual mine safety and health industry briefing

Leaders from Queensland’s petroleum and gas, mining, explosives and quarrying industries attended the annual mine safety and health industry briefing event in Brisbane on 15 November 2016.

This annual event is an opportunity for the inspectorates and the industry leaders to discuss the key issues around leading practice and maintaining the very highest standards required to keep our miners safe and well.

You can view the summaries of the speakers' presentations and related references.


Introduction and welcome

Presentation: Welcome - mine safety and health industry briefing (PDF, 84.3KB)
By: Mark Stone, Executive Director, Mine Safety and Health


Petroleum and gas session

Opening address

Putting a different approach to safety into practice from regulation to operation
By: Professor Sidney Dekker, MA, MSc, PhD, Safety Science Innovation Lab, School of Humanities, Griffith University

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Petroleum and gas (upstream)

Presentation: Petroleum and gas (upstream) 2015–16 year in review (PDF, 306.5KB)
By: Bill Date, Chief Inspector, Petroleum and Gas

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Mining and explosives session

Opening address

Presentation: The importance of a safe and viable mining and metalliferous industry (PDF, 147.2KB)
By: Rachael Cronin, Deputy Director-General, Minerals and Energy Resources


Safety

Presentation: Working together for safety (PDF, 678.8KB)
By: Kate du Preez, Commissioner for Mine Safety and Health


Coal

Presentation: Coal 2015–16 year in review (PDF, 699.1KB)
By: Russell Albury, Chief Inspector of Mines (Coal)

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Metalliferous

Presentation: Metalliferous 2015–16 year in review (PDF, 513.4KB)
By: Phil Goode, Chief Inspector of Mines (Metalliferous)

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Explosives

Presentation: Explosives 2015–2016 year in review (PDF, 803.1KB)
By: Noel Erichsen, Chief Inspector of Explosives

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Coal workers’ pneumoconiosis

Presentation: Coal workers’ pneumoconiosis (PDF, 128.6KB)
By: Mark Stone, Executive Director, Mine Safety and Health

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Underground air

Presentation: Portable chilled air for underground and surface mining (PDF, 756.8KB)
By: Mark Gleadhill, Anglo American

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Last updated: 17 November 2016


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