Safety Matters: The key implications for mine sites of a nationally harmonised work health and safety system

Safety Matters

This presentation given by Lisa Matthews, Senior Workplace Policy Adviser for the Australian Mines & Metals Association (AMMA) highlighted the implications for mine sites of a harmonised work health and safety system. She cites some major challenges faced by the industry including: retaining a skilled workforce, remaining globally competitive, and continuously improving health and safety outcomes.

Who are AMMA?

  1. Established in 1918.
  2. Largest and most representative lobby group for the Australian resources sector.
  3. Membership includes coal, metalliferous, oil and gas, energy, construction and service providers to the industry.
  4. National association offices in all states.

This presentation walks through in detail the following:

  • Current OH&S Requirements
  • Current inconsistencies
  • What will make up the new system?
  • State changes
  • Harmonised outcomes
Safety Matters: The key implications for mine sites of a nationally harmonised work health and safety system.

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