Implementing Cultural Heritage Management Plans (CHMPs)

"Duty of Care" is a phrase often bandied about in many industries but what it means in terms of Cultural Heritage and mining or exploration is still a bit grey and fuzzy, particularly in Queensland, where unlike NSW, where there are no clear protocols regarding finds of significance.

Ignoring, burying or bulldozing isn’t the answer either – several mining and energy companies have already been successfully fined under the Acts and this has cost a fortune not necessarily in terms of money, but certainly in terms of time and community stakes.
Download this whitepaper to read case studies which demostrate the principles of cultural heritage management plans.
Implementing Cultural Heritage Management Plans (CHMPs).

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