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mines safety and inspection regulations 1995 - reg 10.52. 10.52 . ventilating air requirements for diesel unit operations. (1) in an underground mine in which diesel units are used, the principal employer at, and the manager of, the mine must ensure that the requirements of this regulation are complied with in each separate ventilation circuit in
mines safety and inspection regulations 1995 contents page vi version 06-d0-08 as at 24 jan 2017 published on www.legislation.wa.gov.au 4.27. first aid vehicles 70 4.28. information about first aid 71 4.29. additional first aid equipment 71 4.30. preparation of emergency plan 71 4.31. emergency exits to be provided for surface operations 72 4.32.
mines safety and inspection regulations 1995 contents consolidation 3b page iii subdivision d — requirements to hold certificates of competency 2.34. person not to act as shift supervisor or deputy without certificate 29 2.35. person not to act as underground manager without certificate 30 2.36. person not to act as quarry manager without certificate 30 2.37.
these regulations, consisting of 43 sections divided into 17 parts and completed by three schedules, regulate and secure the safety and health of persons engaged in mining operations; assist employers and employees to identify and reduce hazards relating to mining operations, by eliminating those risks, or imposing effective controls in order to minimize them.
mines safety and inspection regulations 1995 contents page vi version 06-d0-03 as at 24 jan 2017 extract from www.slp.wa.gov.au, see that website for further information 4.27. first aid vehicles 73 4.28. information about first aid 73 4.29. additional first aid equipment 73 4.30. preparation of emergency plan 73 4.31.
mine inspections. msha is required to inspect each underground mine four times a year and each surface mine twice a year for health and safety compliance. certain mines with high levels of explosive or toxic gasses are inspected more often. inspections are also conducted in response to complaints of hazardous conditions.
10.1(1) when an accident causes the immediate death of any employee, the place where the accident occurred must not, without the consent of the principal inspector of mines, be disturbed or altered before such place has been inspected by an inspector or any other person authorised under section 49(4) by the chief inspector of mines. 10.1(2) regulation 10.1(1) does not apply if—
mines and works inspection regulations 2013 . under the . mines and works inspection act 1920. contents . part 1—preliminary. 1 short title. 3 interpretation. part 2—administration. division 2—commencement and cessation of work. 7 approval to undertake certain activities. 8 notices. division 3—plans and programs. 9 plans and programs. division 4—inspections
ministry of mines and energy. no. 1999. regulations made under section 138a of the minerals (prospecting and mining) act, 33 of 1992 as amended : health and safety of persons employed or otherwise present in or at mines. the minister has, under section 138a of the minerals (prospecting and mining) act, 33 of 1992, as amended, made the regulations
mines safety and inspection regulations 1995 - reg 13.12. 13.12 . stockpile safety precautions. (1) a person must not walk or climb on top of any active surge stockpile of broken rock to which broken rock is fed from above and from which the rock is withdrawn through an extraction system below unless —. (a) the person has been instructed to do so
mine health and safety regulations the commissioner, on the recommendation of the minister, under section 45 of the mine health and safety act and every enabling power, makes the mine health and safety regulations. interpretation 1.01. (1) in these
inspectors conduct on-site inspections and or audits on mines or works to identify hazard(s) that may endanger the health and safety of persons. inspection/audit can be conducted either announced or unannounced with respect to any mine or works. particulars of inspection are to be entered in a book which is kept for that purpose at the mine or works.
mines. r 2. the mines regulations, 2003. repealed. by chapter s-15.1 reg 8 (effective april 6, 2019). formerly. chapter o-1.1 reg 2 (effective july 16, 2003). note: this consolidation is not official. amendments have been incorporated for convenience of reference and the original statutes . and regulations should be consulted for all purposes of interpretation
mines safety and inspection regulations 1995 table of provisions part 1 -- preliminary 1.1. citation 1.2. commencement 1.3. terms used 1.4. exemption -- if substantial compliance 1.5. exemption -- if compliance unnecessary or impracticable part 2 -- administration division 1 -- inspectors 2.1.
mining and quarrying safety and health regulation 2017 current as at 1 september 2020—revised version mining and quarrying safety and health act 1999 reprint note an amendment to section 6(4) was incorrectly incorporated into an earlier version of this reprint—see 2019 sl no. 140 sch 1 amdt 6. this version was corrected on 16 november 2020.
the mines regulations 2014 came into force on 6 april 2015 and replace all previous mine specific health and safety legislation. the regulations are supported by new guidance ( l149 ). new guidance...
mining (safety) act 1977, being an act to provide for the regulation and inspection of mines and works, and for related purposes, to be incorporated and readwith the mining act 1992. part i. – preliminary. compliance with constitutional requirements, etc.
these regulations are the mines safety and inspection amendment regulations 2015. 2. commencement these regulations come into operation as follows — (a) regulations 1 and 2 — on the day on which these regulations are published in the gazette; (b) the rest of the regulations — on the day on which the mines safety and inspection amendment act 2014 part 2 comes into operation. 3. regulations amended
part 5—amendments of the mines safety and inspection regulations 1995 (w.a.) (c.i.) 19. amendment. 19.1 the mines safety and inspection regulations 1995 (w.a.) (c.i.) are amended as set out in this part. 20. regulation 2.3 (election of employee’s inspectors) 20.1 omit the regulation. 21. regulation 2.46 (meetings)
the mine safety and health administration (msha) has issued a new final rule aimed at improving the effectiveness of safety inspections within the mining industry. the rule goes into effect on may 23, and will introduce new requirements to better safeguard the safety and health of miners in metallic and non-metallic (mnm) mines across the country.
the mine health and safety inspectorate was established in terms of the mine health and safety act, 1996 (act no. 29 of 1996), as amended, to execute the statutory mandate of the department of mineral resources to: safeguard the health and safety of mine employees and communities affected by mining operations. promote a culture of health and safety.
work health and safety act and regulations. work health and safety act 2012 (sa) work health and safety regulations 2012 (sa) mines and works inspection act and regulations. mines and works inspection act 1920; mines and works inspection regulations 2013; see our mining and quarrying page for further information. shop trading hours. shop
• a person granted an authorised mine surveyors certificate under the mines safety and inspection regulations 1995 western australia - grade 1 for underground mines and quarries. a person certifying the accuracy of survey plans for an underground mine where there are 10 or fewer workers (unless directed otherwise by an inspector).
1. national laws and regulations pursuant to article 4, paragraph 1, shall designate the competent authority that is to monitor and regulate the various aspects of safety and health in mines. 2. such national laws and regulations shall provide for: (a) the supervision of safety and health in mines; (b) the inspection of mines by inspectors