• Report an incident or injury

    Certain incidents or injuries that occur at a NSW mine or petroleum site must be notified to the regulator.

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  • Bullying notification

    Under certain conditions, a bullying notification can be made to the regulator and/or other agencies. 

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  • Worker representatives

    A current list of all health and safety representatives must be sent to the regulator. The regulator must also be notified of the election of mine health and safety representatives. 

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  • Health-related notifications

    A range of activities that pose health risks, along with any adverse health surveillance results, must be notified to the regulator. 

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  • Notifications to SafeWork NSW

    Asbestos removal and demolition work notifications must be made directly to SafeWork NSW.

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  • Mine or petroleum site operator notifications

    Notification of a mine or petroleum site operator to the regulator must be completed before mining operations can begin at any mine or petroleum site in NSW.

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  • High risk activity notification

    A range of activities that are considered high risk activities must be notified to the regulator before they can be undertaken.

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  • Other matters (reportable events) notifications

    Certain matters known as reportable events must be notified to the regulator including the commencement or closure of a mine or petroleum site as well as changes of key details in relation to coal mines.

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  • Quarry manager

    Under clause 8(1) of the Quarry Manager Instrument of Exemption 2015, a mine operator must notify a government official of certain information to demonstrate that their nominee is a competent person.

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