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Articles relating to legislation and/or safety.

 

 


Gretley Information & Retraining Seminar 1998

 

A Collection of Papers presented at the 1998 Gretley Information and Training Seminar

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December 2006


Gretley Disaster - Surveyor Acquitted

 

A Full Bench of the New South Wales Industrial Relations Commission has overturned the previous finding by a single judge, Staunton J, that the surveyor at the Gretley mine was “concerned in the management of” the Corporation, and therefore guilty of an offence under the Occupational Health and Safety Act 2000.

 

In a 370 page decision, the charges against the Surveyor Mark Robinson have been dismissed and no conviction recorded.

 

Summary of Findings (par 629)


Summary of Para 512 to 518
 

The Politics of a Tragedy

 

The Gretley Mine Disaster and the dangerous state of work safety laws in New South Wales. A paper by Ken Phillips - Director of the Work Reform Unit of the Institute of Public Affairs

High quality pdf file - about 5 Mb


Lower quality pdf file - about 1.4 Mb

 

November 2005

The Gretley Coal Mine Disaster


Reflections on the Finding that Mine Managers were to Blame.

 

A working paper by Andrew Hopkins, Professor of Sociology,National Research Centre for OHS Regulation, Australian National University.


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March 2005


 

Gretley Fines

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November 2004
The Gretley Mine OHS Prosecution
 

Article on the website of Blake Dawson Waldron (lawyers) regarding the Gretley inrush. Some sobering reading...

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August 2004
1996 Gretley Mine Disaster Convictions

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2017 Diversity Scholarship

Diversity Scholarship

AIMS, in partnership with Glencore's Mount Isa Mines, offers a diversity scholarship - the Glencore-Tim Underhill Diversity Scholarship in Mine Surveying - to attract more females to study mine surveying.

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The AIMS Board presents a series of Awards to outstanding AIMS Members every year at the annual AIMS Conference Gala dinner. Nominations for the 2017 Awards are now open.

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