Mining Act statutory decisions - NSW Resources Regulator

Aug 31, 2020· Mining lease Broula Magnetite and Limestone mine loed 20 km west of Cowra. Section 240AA Decision suspension ML1616 PDF, 827.77 KB. Failing to provide mining operations plans, produce annual environmental management reports and late payments of rental fees and levies. 7 March 2018 Noel Charles Masen. Individual. ML613. Cancelled

Mineral exploration reporting - NSW Resources and Geoscience

Coal Services holds a unique data series detailing essential aspects of the NSW coal industry. Our Statistics team compiles reports covering NSW coal production by method of mining and regional source, domestic coal sales by user group and exports by country of destination, end use coal type and value. In addition they provide information on []

Annual Review Guideline - NSW Department of Planning

4 Annual Review Appliion This guideline applies to all State significant mining operations in NSW that are required to prepare an Annual Review or Environmental Management Report under the conditions of a relevant approval.

Mining Regulation 2016 - legislation.nsw.gov.au

New South Wales Mining Regulation 2016 under the Mining Act 1992 Published LW 12 August 2016 (2016 No 498) the payment of royalties by the holder of a mining lease, (i) fees (including annual rental fees) and levies payable in relation to authorisations, (j) the constitution and procedure of boards of management, to which the Minister or

Broken Hill - Wikipedia

Broken Hill is an inland mining city in the far west of outback New South Wales, Australia.It is near the border with South Australia on the crossing of the Barrier Highway (A32) and the Silver City Highway (B79), in the Barrier Range.It is 315 m (1,033 ft) above sea level, with a hot desert climate, and an average rainfall of 235 mm (9 in).The closest major city is Adelaide, the capital of

Annual Review Guideline - NSW Department of Planning

4 Annual Review Appliion This guideline applies to all State significant mining operations in NSW that are required to prepare an Annual Review or Environmental Management Report under the conditions of a relevant approval.

Mining Regulation 2016 - NSW legislation

(1) The Minister may, by order published in the Gazette, declare that a specified activity, or a specified class of activity, is not prospecting or mining for the purposes of the Act. (2) For the purposes of section 11A of the Act, any activity carried out on the following land by Suez Recycling and Recovery Pty Ltd (formerly Sita Australia Pty Ltd) (ACN 002 902 650) for or in connection with

Annual report 2018-2019 - NSW Resources Regulator

MINING & PETROLEUM COMPETENCE BOARD ANNUAL REPORT 2018-2019 6 . 4. Develop and implement a collaborative communiion strategy. Implementing actions in these priority areas will contribute to achieving the aim of the regulator for a safe and responsible mining, extractive and petroleum industry in NSW. On 30 Noveer 2015, the

Mining and Resources - NSW Department of Planning

The state policy which governs the way that mining, petroleum production and extractive material resource proposals are assessed and developed in NSW is called the State Environmental Planning Policy (Mining, Petroleum Production and Extractive Industries) 2007 (Mining SEPP).. The Mining SEPP aims to manage and sustainably develop these resources for the social and economic benefit

MA000011: Mining Industry Award 2020

NOTE: See Schedule B —Summary of Hourly Rates of Pay for a summary of hourly rates of pay including overtime and penalty rates. (b) The classifiion structure and descriptors for the above classifiions are contained in Schedule A —Classifiion Definitions and Structure. 15.2 Junior employee rates (a) Where the law permits junior employees to perform work in the mining industry

Safety performance measures - NSW Resources and Geoscience

provide information to the mining industry. Data, collected since 1999, has enabled a range of comprehensive reports, on incidents and trend analysis, to be produced, together with the capacity to undertake in depth analysis and research.

ANNUAL REPORT MINE SAFETY ADVISORY COUNCIL

NSW Minerals Council 160(1)(a)(ii) 31/07/19 Mr Chris Dolden Employers in the extractives sector Cement Concrete and Aggregates Australia 160(1)(a)(iii) 30/05/19 ¹ Mr Andy Honeysett Employees Construction, Forestry, Mining and Energy Union, Mining and Energy Division 160(1)(b)(i) 27/09/20 ²

Home - NSW Resources and Geoscience

The NSW Government is seeking feedback on the Mining Amendment (Standard Conditions of Mining Leases - Rehabilitation) Regulation 2020. The NSW Government has released a strategic statement on coal exploration and mining in the state.

Home - Molycop

The future of mining The future of mining is always changing and we’re about making change for the better. At Molycop, we endeavour to be innovative and ahead of the curve with a constant focus on forward momentum - so we can play a leading role in the transformation of the mining sector and improve the way things get done. Explore

Current titles status reports, maps & services - NSW

NSW Minerals Strategy; Minerals and Petroleum Administrative Fund and Investment Fund Annual Utilisation Report; Rules & forms. Titles policies, Advertising requirements & Guidelines; Environmental policies, guidelines, forms & templates; Fossicking in NSW

Our Partnerships - NSW Mining

The NSW Minerals Council has partnered with the NRL’s Newcastle Knights since 2013 to celebrate the contribution of our NSW mining families and the good things mining brings to NSW. Thousands of Newcastle Knights fans and NSW mining families attend the annual Voice for Mining Family Day at McDonald Jones Stadium in Newcastle, demonstrating

Women in mining - NSW Mining

We host the annual NSW Women in Mining Awards to acknowledge the achievements of women in mining, including groundbreaking efforts by individuals and companies to recruit and retain women. On March 8 2012 (International Women’s Day), we established the NSW Women in Mining Network to address this shortage and create a sustainable and

Our Partnerships - NSW Mining

The NSW Minerals Council has partnered with the NRL’s Newcastle Knights since 2013 to celebrate the contribution of our NSW mining families and the good things mining brings to NSW. Thousands of Newcastle Knights fans and NSW mining families attend the annual Voice for Mining Family Day at McDonald Jones Stadium in Newcastle, demonstrating

Economy - NSW Mining

The 2018-19 annual meer Expenditure Survey has found that the 28 participating mining companies directly injected $13.7 billion into the NSW economy in the

Coal Mining Statistics | Coal Services

Coal Services holds a unique data series detailing essential aspects of the NSW coal industry. Our Statistics team compiles reports covering NSW coal production by method of mining and regional source, domestic coal sales by user group and exports by country of destination, end use coal type and value. In addition they provide information on []