The MinEx Board this week approved our running of no fewer than 20 regional workshops in 2019, building on the success of the workshops we've run over the past year.
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MinEx has submitted comprehensive feedback to the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment on the Implementation Review of the Health and Safety at Work (Mining Operations and Quarrying Operations) Regulations...
You may have seen a note from the Board of Examiners (BoE) asking for feedback on Continuing Professional Development (CPD) now that it has been running for 3 years.
MinEx have released a new fact sheet in the series designed to promote worker health and wellbeing. You can download the latest factsheet - Drugs and Alcohol here.
Following significant lobbying from industry, WorkSafe gazzetted new requirements for a Site Specific Certificate of Competence (CoC) on1st August 2018.
Having a clear qualification pathway, starting with an apprenticeship, helps make the mining and quarrying industry a more attractive career option for new entrants to the industry, including school-leavers.
The consultation document for the review of the Health and Safety at Work (Mining Operations and Quarrying Operations) Regulations 2016 has been released by the Ministry for Business, Innovation and Employment.
Canterbury quarries should vigorously fight any attempt by Environment Canterbury to impose mandatory continuous dust monitors on the boundaries of all quarries that have a house within 500m of their...