Plant Inspection Services
In accordance with the Western Australian Mines Safety and Inspection Regulations (MSIR 1995), all registrable Classified Plant must be registered with the Department of Mines and Petroleum (DMP) Resources Safety Division.
With a team of highly qualified and experienced personnel, AME has an intimate knowledge of the applicable Mining, Occupational Health and Safety Regulations and Australian Standards. AME provide a full service from registration to the management of Classified Plant, setting up Classified Plant Equipment Files, Statutory and Itinerant Record Books as well as Statutory and Duty of Care Classified Plant Inspections.
Since inception, we have been managing and inspecting Classified Plant for Newcrest Mining’s Telfer Operations and Underground Mining Contractor, Byrnecut Mining (BCM), and have been involved with developing Classified Plant Procedures for many clients including; Fortescue Metals Group (FMG), Rio Tinto (RTIO), BHP Billiton (BHPBIO) and Citic Pacific Mining (CPM).What is Classified Plant? Enquire Now
Your Compliance Responsibilities
It also carries prime responsibility for regulating these extractive industries and dangerous goods in Western Australia, including the collection of royalties, and ensuring that safety, health and environmental standards are consistent with relevant State and Commonwealth legislation, regulations and policies.
In addition to this, DMP is committed to educating the community about resource development and regulation in WA.
WorkSafe aims to reduce workplace fatalities and injury and disease rates in accordance with national targets, by:
- Reducing high incidence/severity risks
- Improving the capacity of business operators and workers to manage occupational safety and health effectively
- Preventing occupational disease more effectively
- Eliminating hazards at the design stage, and;
- Strengthening the capacity of government to influence occupational safety and health outcomes.
Safe Work Australia is a tripartite body with the following members:
- An independent chair;
- Members representing the Commonwealth and each state and territory;
- Members representing the interests of workers;
- Members representing the interests of employers, and;
- The Chief Executive Officer.
As a national policy body Safe Work Australia does not regulate work health and safety laws. The Commonwealth, states and territories retain responsibility for regulating and enforcing work health and safety laws in their jurisdiction.
Safe Work Australia works under the Intergovernmental Agreement for Regulatory and Operational Reform in Occupational Health and Safety, formalising the cooperation between the Commonwealth, state and territory governments to achieve harmonisation of OHS laws.Read more
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