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WHS Global Consultation Highlights
 
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14-16 October Geneva, Switzerland
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Ensham Mine Flood and Cleanup - 2008
 
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Footage of Flood and Cleanup of Ensham Coking Coal Mine in Central Queensland 2008 - Prepared for Presentation in LLM Level International Mining Law Course at University of Queensland.
Views: 1343 Kublai Ron
Police Harassment and Getting screwed when obeying the law...!!!
 
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Do everything by the law of the land and it comes down to revenue raising - the almighty dollar is more important than serving your community. It's that plain and simple, harassment by the New South Wales Police Force Highway Patrol in Northern New South Wales to make a quick buck... LIKE, COMMENT AND SUBSCRIBE
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Mining law lecture 2014
 
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Lecture on mining law in Queensland, Australia, using the Alpha Coal Mine as a case study.
Views: 1271 Chris McGrath
Workplace Health and Safety Induction - Occupational Health and Safety Information (OH&S / WHS)
 
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Workplace Health and Safety (WHS) Induction film for work experience and work for dole participants. Provides a comprehensive overview of occupational health and safety protocol and regulations within Australia. OH&S - Health and Safety Induction An Into People Inc. production. http://www.intopeopleinc.org
Views: 118954 Into People Inc
Thousands could have black lung disease from working in Qld coal mines
 
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3/03/Unions are predicting 16 per cent of current and retired coal mine workers will have black lung as the Department of Mines admits hundred of thousands of X-rays have not processed.
Views: 1431 Qldaah
Moura #4 Disaster
 
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At about 11:05 a.m. on 16th July, 1986 an explosion in Moura No. 4 underground mine in central queensland. The 12 miners who were extracting pillars in the main dips section were killed. Their bodies were recovered on 23rd July, 1986 after an extensive recovery operation.
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Funny Workplace Safety Training Video
 
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Small taste of the most unusual workplace safety training video ever produced.. A Reaper's Guide to OHS. This 4 min safety scene can be shown as an icebreaker for any workplace safety training session. Complete version: https://www.channel1.com.au/product/a-reapers-guide-to-ohs/ whilst entertaining and engaging, provides a general overview of occupational health and safety.
Views: 979649 Channel 1 Creative Media
Safety first: Storing, transporting and maintaining LP gas cylinders
 
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The Petroleum and Gas Inspectorate regulates safety and health within the gas industry—from exploration and production at the well site to end users. Our work covers drill rigs, transmission pipelines, distribution networks, commercial, industrial and domestic installations, and caravans, boats and portable appliances. For more information on gas safety, visit http://mines.industry.qld.gov.au/safety-and-health/petroleum-gas-safety.htm
Work Health & Safety Act 2011
 
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Safe Work Australia has launched a new volunteer assistance package in partnership with Volunteering Australia. The package includes a Volunteer Assistance Line, email and webpage designed to provide guidance and support to volunteers and volunteer organisations who may be affected by the new work health and safety (WHS) laws. --------------------------- You can also find us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/volunteeringqld Twitter: https://twitter.com/volunteeringqld Instagram: https://instagram.com/volunteeringqld --------------------------- Camera operator: Laura-Michelle Ludwig Editor: Elana Siu
OCE meaning
 
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OCE Meaning www.opencutexaminer.co [email protected] What does OCE mean? Meaning or definition Well, under the Surface Coal Mining Legislation in Australia the OCE meaning is an 'Experienced Surface Coal Mine Worker' who has undertaken appropriate study, developed specific operational skills and satisfied the Board of Examiners that they are worthy (have the appropriate knowledge, skills and aptitude) of being granted an Open Cut Examiners Certificate of Competency. The role of an Open Cut Examiner is a statutory role under the Queensland & New South Wales Coal Mining Safety & Health Legislation
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HSE Mining Employment
 
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A taste of what HSE Mining has to offer employees in the Australian Mining Industry. For more information please visit our website at www.hsemining.com.au
Views: 1224 HSEMiningPtyLtd
QLD Smoke Alarm Legislation Has Changed - Don’t Risk It
 
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Queensland smoke alarm legislation has changed. Your rental property will need smoke alarms in every bedroom and they must be photoelectric and interconnected. Don’t risk leaving installation until December 2021.
Views: 9119 Smoke Alarm Solutions
Developing an effective Job Safety Analysis: Hazard identification
 
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Watch our video on 'Developing an effective Job Safety Analysis'. For more information, read Guidance Note QGN 17 'Development of effective Job Safety Analysis': https://www.business.qld.gov.au/industry/mining/safety-health/mining-safety-health/legislation-standards-guidelines/recognised-standards-guidelines-guidance-notes Direct link: QGN17: Development of effective job safety analysis (PDF, 1.1MB) https://www.dnrm.qld.gov.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0005/240359/qld-guidance-note-17.pdf Connect with us: https://www.facebook.com/MiningQld http://twitter.com/MiningQLD http://twitter.com/MiningAlertsQLD https://www.linkedin.com/company/department-of-natural-resources-and-mines
Views: 1518 MiningQld
Coal miners go on strike across Queensland
 
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More than 3,000 workers have stopped work at BHP mines in Queensland's Bowen Basin over pay and conditions, saying the company will not negotiate on workplace safety and superannuation entitlements.
Introduction to Workplace Health and Safety Queensland
 
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A trailer showing how Workplace Health and Safety Queensland assists industry in reducing injuries and fatalities in the workplace.
Views: 23604 WorkSafeQueensland
Kestrel South Level 1 Emergency
 
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This video demonstrates how a level 1 emergency exercise provides an opportunity to test a mine’s emergency preparedness through annual simulated emergency exercises. These exercises provide the opportunity for mines and workers to gain experience in an emergency situation and for mines to learn how to improve their safety systems. Find out more information about emergency exercises and download the reports at: http://mines.industry.qld.gov.au/safety-and-health/emergency-excercise-reports.htm The requirements for conducting mine emergency exercises are set out in Recognised Standard 8. Download the standard and reports of recent exercises: https://mines.industry.qld.gov.au/assets/mines-safety-health/recognised_standard08.pdf We hope there is never a need to use them, however all mines should ensure emergency activation numbers are readily available and early reporting is encouraged. Mines Inspectorate 07 3237 1696 Queensland Mines Rescue Service 1800 7677 20 Simtars 07 3830 5564/1800 331 991
Views: 1772 MiningQld
Developing an effective Job Safety Analysis: JSA preperation
 
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Watch our video on 'Developing an effective Job Safety Analysis'. For more information, read Guidance Note QGN 17 'Development of effective Job Safety Analysis': https://www.business.qld.gov.au/industry/mining/safety-health/mining-safety-health/legislation-standards-guidelines/recognised-standards-guidelines-guidance-notes Direct link: QGN17: Development of effective job safety analysis (PDF, 1.1MB) https://www.dnrm.qld.gov.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0005/240359/qld-guidance-note-17.pdf Connect with us: https://www.facebook.com/MiningQld http://twitter.com/MiningQLD http://twitter.com/MiningAlertsQLD https://www.linkedin.com/company/department-of-natural-resources-and-mines
Views: 767 MiningQld
Big Money, Black Lung and Doctors for the Coal Companies
 
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Some coal miners told their illness didn't come from years in the mines; benefits blocked.
Views: 11542 ABC News
Developing an effective Job Safety Analysis: JSA team
 
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Watch our video on 'Developing an effective Job Safety Analysis'. For more information, read Guidance Note QGN 17 'Development of effective Job Safety Analysis': https://www.business.qld.gov.au/industry/mining/safety-health/mining-safety-health/legislation-standards-guidelines/recognised-standards-guidelines-guidance-notes Direct link: QGN17: Development of effective job safety analysis (PDF, 1.1MB) https://www.dnrm.qld.gov.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0005/240359/qld-guidance-note-17.pdf Connect with us: https://www.facebook.com/MiningQld http://twitter.com/MiningQLD http://twitter.com/MiningAlertsQLD https://www.linkedin.com/company/department-of-natural-resources-and-mines
Views: 298 MiningQld
Developing an effective Job Safety Analysis: What is a JSA
 
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Watch our video on 'Developing an effective Job Safety Analysis'. For more information, read Guidance Note QGN 17 'Development of effective Job Safety Analysis': https://www.business.qld.gov.au/industry/mining/safety-health/mining-safety-health/legislation-standards-guidelines/recognised-standards-guidelines-guidance-notes Direct link: QGN17: Development of effective job safety analysis (PDF, 1.1MB) https://www.dnrm.qld.gov.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0005/240359/qld-guidance-note-17.pdf Connect with us: https://www.facebook.com/MiningQld http://twitter.com/MiningQLD http://twitter.com/MiningAlertsQLD https://www.linkedin.com/company/department-of-natural-resources-and-mines
Views: 4108 MiningQld
Developing an effective Job Safety Analysis: Case Study
 
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Watch our video on 'Developing an effective Job Safety Analysis'. For more information, read Guidance Note QGN 17 'Development of effective Job Safety Analysis': https://www.business.qld.gov.au/industry/mining/safety-health/mining-safety-health/legislation-standards-guidelines/recognised-standards-guidelines-guidance-notes Direct link: QGN17: Development of effective job safety analysis (PDF, 1.1MB) https://www.dnrm.qld.gov.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0005/240359/qld-guidance-note-17.pdf Connect with us: https://www.facebook.com/MiningQld http://twitter.com/MiningQLD http://twitter.com/MiningAlertsQLD https://www.linkedin.com/company/department-of-natural-resources-and-mines
Views: 1621 MiningQld
Developing an effective Job Safety Analysis: Risk management
 
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Watch our video on 'Developing an effective Job Safety Analysis'. For more information, read Guidance Note QGN 17 'Development of effective Job Safety Analysis': https://www.business.qld.gov.au/industry/mining/safety-health/mining-safety-health/legislation-standards-guidelines/recognised-standards-guidelines-guidance-notes Direct link: QGN17: Development of effective job safety analysis (PDF, 1.1MB) https://www.dnrm.qld.gov.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0005/240359/qld-guidance-note-17.pdf Connect with us: https://www.facebook.com/MiningQld http://twitter.com/MiningQLD http://twitter.com/MiningAlertsQLD https://www.linkedin.com/company/department-of-natural-resources-and-mines
Views: 772 MiningQld
Developing an effective Job Safety Analysis: JSA resources
 
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Watch our video on 'Developing an effective Job Safety Analysis'. For more information, read Guidance Note QGN 17 'Development of effective Job Safety Analysis': https://www.business.qld.gov.au/industry/mining/safety-health/mining-safety-health/legislation-standards-guidelines/recognised-standards-guidelines-guidance-notes Direct link: QGN17: Development of effective job safety analysis (PDF, 1.1MB) https://www.dnrm.qld.gov.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0005/240359/qld-guidance-note-17.pdf Connect with us: https://www.facebook.com/MiningQld http://twitter.com/MiningQLD http://twitter.com/MiningAlertsQLD https://www.linkedin.com/company/department-of-natural-resources-and-mines
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Developing an effective Job Safety Analysis: Stop and think
 
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Watch our video on 'Developing an effective Job Safety Analysis'. For more information, read Guidance Note QGN 17 'Development of effective Job Safety Analysis': https://www.business.qld.gov.au/industry/mining/safety-health/mining-safety-health/legislation-standards-guidelines/recognised-standards-guidelines-guidance-notes Direct link: QGN17: Development of effective job safety analysis (PDF, 1.1MB) https://www.dnrm.qld.gov.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0005/240359/qld-guidance-note-17.pdf Connect with us: https://www.facebook.com/MiningQld http://twitter.com/MiningQLD http://twitter.com/MiningAlertsQLD https://www.linkedin.com/company/department-of-natural-resources-and-mines
Views: 1265 MiningQld
Developing an effective Job Safety Analysis: JSA 101
 
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Watch our video on 'Developing an effective Job Safety Analysis'. For more information, read Guidance Note QGN 17 'Development of effective Job Safety Analysis': https://www.business.qld.gov.au/industry/mining/safety-health/mining-safety-health/legislation-standards-guidelines/recognised-standards-guidelines-guidance-notes Direct link: QGN17: Development of effective job safety analysis (PDF, 1.1MB) https://www.dnrm.qld.gov.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0005/240359/qld-guidance-note-17.pdf Connect with us: https://www.facebook.com/MiningQld http://twitter.com/MiningQLD http://twitter.com/MiningAlertsQLD https://www.linkedin.com/company/department-of-natural-resources-and-mines
Views: 993 MiningQld
Level 1 Emergency Exercise 2015 - North Goonyella Coal Mine
 
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This video demonstrates how a level 1 emergency exercise provides an opportunity to test a mine’s emergency preparedness through annual simulated emergency exercises. These exercises provide the opportunity for mines and workers to gain experience in an emergency situation and for mines to learn how to improve their safety systems. Find out more information about emergency exercises and download the reports at: https://publications.qld.gov.au/dataset/queensland-level-1-mine-emergency-exercise-reports The requirements for conducting mine emergency exercises are set out in Recognised Standard 8. Download the standard and reports of recent exercises: https://www.dnrm.qld.gov.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0020/240374/recognised-standard-08.pdf We hope there is never a need to use them, however all mines should ensure emergency activation numbers are readily available and early reporting is encouraged. Mines Inspectorate: 07 3237 1696 Queensland Mines Rescue Service: 1800 7677 20 Simtars: 07 3830 5564/1800 331 991 Connect with us: https://www.facebook.com/MiningQld https://twitter.com/miningqld
Views: 2343 MiningQld
Developing an effective Job Safety Analysis: risk assesment tools
 
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Watch our video on 'Developing an effective Job Safety Analysis'. For more information, read Guidance Note QGN 17 'Development of effective Job Safety Analysis': https://www.business.qld.gov.au/industry/mining/safety-health/mining-safety-health/legislation-standards-guidelines/recognised-standards-guidelines-guidance-notes Direct link: QGN17: Development of effective job safety analysis (PDF, 1.1MB) https://www.dnrm.qld.gov.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0005/240359/qld-guidance-note-17.pdf Connect with us: https://www.facebook.com/MiningQld http://twitter.com/MiningQLD http://twitter.com/MiningAlertsQLD https://www.linkedin.com/company/department-of-natural-resources-and-mines
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Developing an effective Job Safety Analysis: Injury prevention - It's up to you
 
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Watch our video on 'Developing an effective Job Safety Analysis'. For more information, read Guidance Note QGN 17 'Development of effective Job Safety Analysis': https://www.business.qld.gov.au/industry/mining/safety-health/mining-safety-health/legislation-standards-guidelines/recognised-standards-guidelines-guidance-notes Direct link: QGN17: Development of effective job safety analysis (PDF, 1.1MB) https://www.dnrm.qld.gov.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0005/240359/qld-guidance-note-17.pdf Connect with us: https://www.facebook.com/MiningQld http://twitter.com/MiningQLD http://twitter.com/MiningAlertsQLD https://www.linkedin.com/company/department-of-natural-resources-and-mines
Views: 1665 MiningQld
Safe Working at Heights Course | WorkSafe Connect
 
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For more information on accessing our high quality short courses and qualifications in the areas of safety, compliance and high risk work related training courses in Australia please visit our website at http://www.worksafeconnect.com We created WorkSafe Connect because we are passionate about educating people and we believe there is a better way...a more personalised and efficient way for employers to educate their workforce. WorkSafe Connect is a market leader in the design, development and implementation of training packages across mining, construction, agriculture, infrastructure, manufacturing and education industries. We are a Registered Training Organisation (RTO) registered with the Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA) and we have been in business for over 10 years in Queensland. Our RTO number is 31385. All our trainers and assessors have full accreditation and current industry and vocational experience. We provide nationally recognised training and high risk work licence assessment to the national standard. We provide training and assessment in the following skill sets: • Standard 11 Coal Mining Inductions • Working at Height Safety • Enter Confined Space • Asbestos Removal and Supervision • High Risk Work Licencing • Construction • Workplace Health and safety • Risk Management • Site Supervisor • Training and Assessment • Resource Industry (RII) Competencies We also provide occupational health and safety and training related services such as: • Training package and course development • Facilitation of mine site on-boarding for site specific inductions and shutdowns • E-Learning design and development through our eLearning business, eFundamentals. http://www.efundamentals.com.au • Affiliate arrangements, alternatively known as a Supervising RTO (SRTO) arrangement • Training, safety and compliance-related advisory services • Short-term and long-term safety, compliance and trainer placement solutions • Funded training • Verification of competency assessments We have associations with the following mining and heavy industry organisations: • Energy Skills Queensland – http://www.energyskillsqld.com.au • Resource Industry Skills Association – http://www.riskills.org • Construction Skills Queensland – http://www.csq.org.au • Australian Skills Quality Authority – http://www.asqa.gov.au • Workplace Health and Safety Queensland – http://www.worksafe.qld.gov.au • The Construction Training Centre – http://www.ctc.qld.edu.au • Queensland Leaders – http://www.queenslandleaders.com.au • Department of Education Training Queensland – http://www.det.qld.gov.au You can connect with us at: http://www.facebook.com/efundamentals.wsc http://www.linkedin.com/efundamentals http://www.twitter.com/efundamentals01 #WorkingAtHeights #HeightSafety #RiskManagementElearning #SafeWorkAtHeightsCourse
Views: 490 WorkSafe Connect
Senate inquiry into Qld Black Lung reports poor regulation & incompetence in mining industry
 
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28/04/2016 The federal Senate health inquiry into new instances of Black Lung in Queensland has reported on poor regulation & incompetence in mining industry.
Views: 77 Qldaah
Access Your FREE Mining Executive Course Info Kit | Global Training Institute
 
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Gain Instant Access to Your FREE Mining Executive Course Info Tool Kit at http://globaltraining.edu.au/global_training_institute/school-of-civil-construction-and-mining/mining-info/ Global Training Institute Phone: 1800 998 500 | Email: [email protected] | http://globaltraining.edu.au/ Site Senior Executive (SSE) Requirements QLD coal mining legislation requires that anyone wishing to sit the Mines Inspectorate’s SSE Legislation exam must have first completed the risk management competency RIIRIS601A as the pre-requisite, which is awarded on successful completion of this course. As of the 30th June 2011 the Coal Mining Safety and Health Advisory Committee determined that all persons appointed as a site senior executive (SSE) under the Coal Mining Safety and Health Act 1999 are required to demonstrate to the Board of Examiners their knowledge of the current Queensland coal mining legislation by undertaking a written examination (“the SSE examination”) before appointment to the role in accordance with section 54(1) of the Act. In addition they must possess a qualification in risk management in either: RIIRIS601A or commonly known as ‘G3’ MINE7033 or GMIRM Holding a Notice from the Board of Examiners of compliance with this requirement is a prerequisite to taking up duties as an SSE. This includes ‘acting’ as a SSE. Also as of the 30th June 2011 all persons appointed to a SSE role must either: Hold a Notice from the Board of Examiners that they have successfully demonstrated to the Board their knowledge of Queensland coal mining legislation by undertaking a written examination on the Coal Mining Safety and Health Act 1999 and the Coal Mining Safety and Health Regulation 2001 (“the current legislation”); or On 31 March 2009 the Coal Mining Safety and Health Advisory Committee determined that all persons appointed as a site senior executive (SSE) under the Coal Mining Safety and Health Act 1999 are required to demonstrate to the Board of Examiners their knowledge of the current Queensland coal mining legislation by undertaking a written examination (“the SSE examination”) before appointment to the role. From 30 November 2009 all persons appointed to a SSE role must hold a Notice from the Board of Examiners that they have successfully demonstrated to the Board their knowledge of Queensland coal mining legislation by undertaking a written examination on the Coal Mining Safety and Health Act 1999 and the Coal Mining Safety and Health Regulation 2001 (“the current legislation”). Holding a Notice from the Board of Examiners of compliance with this requirement is a pre-requisite to taking up duties as an SSE. This includes ‘acting’ as a SSE. http://globaltraining.edu.au/global_training_institute/school-of-civil-construction-and-mining/mining-info/
Thank God you're here - safety officers
 
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The thank God you're here guy's have a comical look at safety.
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Queensland Election Issues, with Senator Pauline Hanson and Dave Pellowe
 
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The next state election likely to happen in Australia will be in Senator Pauline Hanson's home state of Queensland, and there are heaps of issues her One Party wants voters to be concerned about and elect them to solve. The taxi industry has been given the rough end of the pineapple by government interference in the free market creating an unlevel playing field. They continue to disadvantage domestic small business owners and help major foreign corporations, and the current Labor government refuses to even make a decision about cameras. Are they a public safety issue or not? Other issues Pauline Hanson's One Nation party and state leader Steve Dickson want to address in their campaign include • encouraging new industries and employment with limited payroll tax exemptions • creating a government-owned state bank to increase competition and assist rural customers in particular • repealing the Native Vegetation Act • addressing coal seam gas mining health issues • the impact of fracking on waterways and the water table • not selling state assets without the people's permission • cut the number of state politicians • return the Upper House to Qld Parliament • increasing efficiency and eliminating waste in infrastructure development, government services and bureaucrat salaries. Pauline Hanson is undoubtedly one of the most influential people in Australia, a Qld Senator in the federal Parliament, and leader of the Pauline Hanson's One Nation party. She entered politics as an Ipswich City Councillor, and was soon endorsed as the Liberal Party candidate for the seat of Oxley. As a vocal critic of the sale of Telstra, then-leader John Howard instructed she be disendorsed, but she ran and won anyway as an independent with a huge swing - the first woman to do so without a party's backing. WATCH this interview with special guest Senator Pauline Hanson on one segment at a time: 1/ The Family Law Court System Is Broken - https://youtu.be/PLvqjU1-hO0 2/ Australian Culture and Immigration Policy - https://youtu.be/qSC06bWxkBo 3/ Qld Election Issues - https://youtu.be/cTx6dw7HpHk ******* Church And State with Dave Pellowe is viewer-funded. You can support this free and independent voice monthly or with a one time donation here: https://www.ChurchAndState.com.au/partner ******* What are your thoughts? Comment below, or on • https://facebook.com/Dave Pellowe or • https://twitter.com/DavePellowe or • https://instagram.com/DavePellowe Sign up for new episode updates or get more content at: • https://www.ChurchAndState.com.au ******* Watch "Church And State with Dave Pellowe" for important discussions about public issues at the intersection of Christianity and Politics in Society. Helping all Christians to be better informed and better involved so we can love our neighbours with better policy. #WhoIsMyNeighbour #YouHaveAVoice #SOCAS
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Queensland Smoke Alarm Upgrade – Landlords Need To Start Now
 
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Queensland has over 600,000 rental properties. If you are a landlord you have until the end of 2021 to ensure your properties meet the new smoke alarm legislation. Queensland landlords – you need to start now. This video highlights the need to upgrade early to avoid a last-minute rush and a lack of electricians able to carry out the work.
Senate inquiry to begin into black lung disease in Qld coal miners
 
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12/02/2016 More people expected to be diagnosed with black lung disease from working in Queensland coal mines. A Federal Senate inquiry is scheduled to begin in May 2016.
Views: 70 Qldaah
What we do as Queensland’s environmental regulator
 
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Our team is dedicated to safeguarding its environmental values, and reducing any impacts from environmental harm. Check out our 3 minute video on what we do.
Yet Another Poem About Coal Mines and Global Warming #StopAdani
 
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I often feel frustrated that mainstream discussions around mega-mines like the Adani Carmichael coal mine are framed as binary ‘jobs vs the environment’ debates. Although big mining companies like to tell us otherwise, the coal industry actually employs a fairly small number of people compared to other more socially valuable industries like agriculture and tourism. I’ve spoken to plenty of resource industry workers in places like Gladstone and Mackay who tell me that the big mining companies consistently place profits ahead of their employees’ long-term welfare, and that as soon as the boom slows down, they cut people loose. The big end of town tries to manipulate us into thinking that this a question of inner-city latte-sippers versus workers in the regions, when actually it’s about a few tax-dodging multinational corporations screwing over all of us (wherever we live). Personally I can’t stand lattes. If I’m perfectly honest, I also don’t really care all that much about clown fish. But I do care about the millions of people around the world whose lives will be destroyed by floods and droughts if small, wealthy, developed nations like Australia don’t lead the charge in advocating for drastic global action to prevent climate change. There are no jobs on a dead planet. A ‘strong domestic economy’ won’t count for much when a billion climate refugees are looking for safety, and prime agricultural land turns to desert. I’m sure there are politicians in both the major parties who are privately opposed to projects like the Adani mega-mine but feel they have to toe the party line. They are cowards. If they don’t publicly oppose and vote against it, they are colluding with billionaires who would happily screw over the rest of us in pursuit of greater profits. Anyone who thinks that we can’t improve ordinary people’s quality of life unless we support the fossil fuel industry is a sucker. Just because some cashed-up lobbyist tells you this is the only way to create jobs and generate revenue doesn’t make it true. All of us have a moral duty to prevent projects like this from going ahead – to stand up for the rights of First Nations peoples, to protect our water table and farmland, to challenge the corruption and manipulation of our political system, to give voice to the billions of people in poorer countries who will be hit hardest by climate change, and to preserve global ecosystems for future generations. In a context where big business is undemocratically influencing political decision-makers, the moral duty to prevent these mega-mine projects overrides the more general moral duty to abide by the rule of law. But this isn't just about one coal mine. This is about a morally bankrupt system that is structurally incapable of responding to the impending threat of climate change. Regardless of whether this particular coal project actually goes ahead, the fact that our political establishment is even entertaining the idea of supporting it, and continues to do so little to shift away from coal exports and fossil fuel dependency, shows how ineffective our political leaders really are. I’m willing to get arrested if I think it will help stop the Adani Carmichael coal mine going ahead, and I know thousands of other people are too. Take note Premier Palaszczuk. http://www.stopadani.com/why_stop_adani https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_wfjwlWlGTk
Who or What is an Open Cut Examiner?
 
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Who or what is an Open Cut Examiner? https://www.opencutexaminer.com/who-or-what-is-an-oce/ [email protected] WHO OR WHAT IS AN OPEN CUT EXAMINER? (DEFINITION) An OCE is an ‘experienced coal mine worker’ who has undertaken appropriate study, developed specific operational skills and satisfied the Board of Examiners that they are worthy (have the appropriate knowledge, skills and aptitude) of being granted an Open Cut Examiners Certificate of Competency. The role of an Open Cut Examiner is a statutory role under the Queensland & New South Wales Coal Mining Safety & Health Legislation. Eg QCMS&H Act 1999 – Section 59 Additional requirements for management of surface mines A site senior executive must appoint a person holding an open cut examiner’s certificate of competency to carry out the responsibilities and duties prescribed under a regulation in 1 or more surface mine excavations. The role and responsibilities of an Open Cut Examiner are defined in the Queensland Coal Mining Safety & Health Regulations 2001. This is where the primary or main role/responsibility is found. QCMS&H Regulations 2001 – Chapter 3 – Part 2 Open-cut examiner Section 105 Open-cut examiner’s responsibilities and duties—general (1) The site senior executive must ensure— (a) the main responsibility of an open-cut examiner for the mine is the safety and health of persons in or around the surface excavation during mining activities in or around the surface excavation; and (b) the open-cut examiner’s main duties relate to the main responsibility. (2) Subsection (1)(b) does not prevent the open-cut examiner having other duties at the mine, including, for example, duties given to the examiner under the mine’s safety and health management system. There are a number of additional key responsibilities under the QCMS&H Regulations Chapter 3 – Part 2 Open-cut examiner and further responsibilities that may apply from time to time throughout the Regulations.
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#11 - Production Manager Mining
 
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Jose Respall from Respall Migration Australia, is a registered migration agent with over 17 years of experience of successfully assessing, lodging and managing SkillSelect for General Skilled Migration to Australia from the Philippines and explains the importance of lodging a ‘valid SkillSelect visa application’ and avoid penalties for supplying false or misleading information. Jose’s VISION is to see more eligible Filipinos migrate permanently to Australia. Under the current Skill Occupations List, an Accountant is in the Top 20 of occupations for Filipino’s to investigate when applying to migrate permanently to Australia. Therefore, Jose’s MISSION is to ensure that his eligible Filipino clients are better remunerated and fulfill satisfying careers, lifestyles and relationships in Australia. PRODUCTION MANAGERS plan, organise, direct, control and coordinate the production activities of forestry, manufacturing and mining organisations including physical and human resources. Indicative Skill Level: In Australia and New Zealand: Most occupations in this unit group have a level of skill commensurate with a bachelor degree or higher qualification. At least five years of relevant experience may substitute for the formal qualification. In some instances relevant experience and/or on-the-job training may be required in addition to the formal qualification (ANZSCO Skill Level 1). Tasks Include: • determining, implementing and monitoring production strategies, policies and plans • planning details of production activities in terms of output quality and quantity, cost, time available and labour requirements • Controlling the operation of production plant and quality procedures through planning of maintenance, Designation of operating hours and supply of parts and tools • monitoring production output and costs, and adjusting processes and resources to minimise costs • informing other Managers about production matters • overseeing the acquisition and installation of new plant and equipment • directing research into production methods, and recommending and implementing initiatives • controlling the preparation of production records and reports • coordinating the implementation of occupational health and safety requirements • directing staff activities and monitoring their performance Occupations: 133513 Production Manager (Mining) Jose Respall can be contacted at http://www.respall.com/index.php/contact-us. Initial assessing Links: Homepage: http://www.respall.com/ SkillSelect Visa Inquiry: http://www.respall.com/index.php/application/skillselect-visa Partner Visa Inquiry: http://www.respall.com/index.php/application/partner-visa Tourist Visa Australia Pathway: http://www.respall.com/index.php/application/tourist-visa Connect with us: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/respall/?pnref=lhc LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/respallmigrationaustralia?trk=nav_responsive_tab_profile Credentials: Migration Agent Registration: https://www.mara.gov.au/search-the-register-of-migration-agents/registered-migration-agent-details/?id=b065b1cf-a652-e311-9402-005056ab0eca Code of Conduct: http://respall.com/downloads/code_of_conduct.pdf Consumer Protection: http://respall.com/downloads/consumer_guide_english.pdf Avoid the Migration Minefield Safely Migration to Australia from the Philippines: http://respall.com/index.php/the-book Resume Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YV1NUSnkt8g Migration Law for Migration Agents: http://www.deakin.edu.au/ Vision and Mission: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lA23iAGeTV8 Justices of the Peace Queensland: http://www.qld.gov.au/law/legal-mediation-and-justice-of-the-peace/justice-of-the-peace/ Justices of the Peace New South Wales: http://www.justice.nsw.gov.au/ Client Testimonials http://www.respall.com/index.php/testimonials/skillselect-testimonials http://www.respall.com/index.php/testimonials/partner-testimonials http://www.respall.com/index.php/testimonials/tourist-testimonials
Changes to Workers' Compensation and Rehabilitation Act 2003 Qld
 
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Cooper Grace Ward partner Belinda Winter discusses recent changes to Queensland's Workers' Compensation and Rehabilitation Act
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Coal black lung disease Qld: RTI shows a workers compensation claim accepted in 2007
 
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15/08/2016 A search of Queensland workers compensation records show that there was at least one case of black lung accepted before the official 're-emergence' of the coal miners disease in 2015.
Views: 126 Greenshack Dotinfo
Nature conservation & vegetation management in Queensland
 
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Lecture on nature conservation and vegetation management in Queensland, Australia, delivered during a course on environmental regulation at the University of Queensland on 28 April 2016.
Views: 355 Chris McGrath
Workplace Health and Safety Queensland - Exhibitor at the Expo
 
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Yellow Pages® North Queensland Small Business and Franchise Expo http://www.businessfranchiseexpo.com/ The Workplace Health and Safety Queensland Small Business Program aims to help smaller business operators manage health and safety in their business. We provide safety workshops, information sessions, workplace safety guidance and one-to-one workplace consultations. Come and join our workshop at the Expo... WORKPLACE HEALTH AND SAFETY (20 minutes) Are you serious about safety in your small business? Improving safety at your workplace can have huge business improvement outcomes, through less absenteeism or increased productivity. Come and find out how you can do things better and just how simple it is to implement a safety management process. Workplace Health and Safety Queensland's Small Business Program is designed to provide individual assistance to workplaces to help them improve the way they manage safety. There are plenty of simple tools to assist workplaces to better manage safety issues within their workplace -- including the Serious About Safe Business package which is explained in this workshop. We will talk about the 6 fundamental elements to a safety management process and give you tips on how to easily, for little or no cost, you can implement them at your workplace. PRESENTER Kylie Hogan, Small Business Advisor, Workplace Health and Safety Queensland -- Small Business Program Kylie has extensive experience working within Workplace Health and Safety Queensland as a Small Business Advisor. Kylie provides practical, hands-on assistance to small businesses across North Queensland in all industries, and has been working in the safety area for the past 16 years. Meet them at the Yellow Pages® North Queensland Small Business and Franchise Expo at Riverway in Townsville on 25th & 26th March, 2011, and discuss what they can do for your business. http://www.businessfranchiseexpo.com/register-now/
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Certificate iv in Surface Coal Mining - Certificate iv in Surface Coal Mining (oce)
 
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Certificate IV in Surface Coal Mining (OCE) To learn more visit our website https://www.opencutexaminer.com/certificate-iv-surface-coal-mining/ [email protected] Certificate IV In Surface Coal Mining (OCE) Queensland Open Cut Examiners Certificate of Competency - Guideline for Candidates, Department of Natural Resources and Mining Who or What is an Open Cut Examiner Certificate IV in Surface Coal Mining (OCE) Cert IV in Surface Coal Mining (Open Cut Examiner) – Nationally accredited Training in Mackay, Moranbah and Onsite Open Cut Examiner Course - Qld There are three basic phases to attaining an Open Cut Examiner Certificate of Competency RII0213 Certificate iv in surface coal mining. RII40214 Cert IV in Surface Coal Mining (OCE). RII40215 Cert IV in Surface Coal Mining (OCE). Course Content This qualification reflects the role of experienced surface coal mine workers working as an open cut examiner in a surface coal mine. They perform tasks involving a broad range of varied activities most of which are complex and non-routine. They are responsible for the safety of the output of others and contribute to the development of technical solutions to non-routine problems. Requirements for completion of the qualification Successful completion of fourteen (14) units of competency made up of: Ten (9) Core units, and Five (5) elective units of which: * at least three (3) must come from ‘Group B’ listed below and up to one (1) from ‘Group A’ listed below, one other (1) from ‘Group C’ , or from Certificate III, Certificate IV or Diploma level from this, or any other Training Package. The units chosen must be relevant to the job function. Care must be taken to ensure that all prerequisites specified within imported units, or units chosen as electives, are complied with. Mandatory or Core Units (9 Required) BSBSUS301A Implement and monitor environmentally sustainable work practices RIIBLA205D Store, handle and transport explosives RIIERR401D Apply and monitor surface operations emergency preparedness and response procedures RIIMEX405D Apply and monitor systems and methods of surface coal mining RIIMPO403D Monitor interaction of heavy and light vehicles and mining equipment RIIRIS402D Carry out the risk management processes RIIWHS301D Conduct safety and health investigations RIIWHS402D Examine and maintain mine safety RIIWHS404D Implement and monitor health and hygiene management systems Elective Units Group A (One 1 from here) RIIBLA201D Support shotfiring operations (Qld) RIIBLA301D Conduct surface shotfiring operations These are normally developed/attained as part of your role on site. Group B (Three 3 from here) RIIBHD301D Conduct surface blast hole drilling operations RIIMPO301D Conduct hydraulic excavator operations RIIMPO302D Conduct hydraulic shovel operations RIIMPO303D Conduct rope shovel operations RIIMPO304D Conduct wheel loader operations RIIMPO308D Conduct tracked dozer operations RIIMPO310D Conduct grader operations RIIMPO336D Conduct belly dump truck operations RIIMPO337D Conduct articulated truck operations RIIMPO338D Conduct haul truck operations RIIMPO312D Conduct scraper operations RIIMPO329D Conduct dragline operations Group C (One 1 from here) BSBCUS401B Coordinate implementation of customer service strategies BSBINM401A Implement workplace information system BSBINN301A Promote innovation in a team environment BSBLED401A Develop teams and individuals BSBMGT401A Show leadership in the workplace BSBMGT402A Implement operational plan BSBWOR404B Develop work priorities RIICOM301D Communicate information (Old S1,2,3) RIIERR403D Lead rescue team RIIMPO401D Supervise mobile plant operations RIIMPO402D Apply the principles of earthworks construction RIIRIS403D Managing and coordinating spill responses TAEASS401A Plan and organise assessment TAEASS402B Assess competence Certificate IV in Surface Coal Mining (OCE). To learn more vist our Website https://www.opencutexaminer.com [email protected] Certificate IV In Surface Coal Mining (OCE) Queensland Open Cut Examiners Certificate of Competency - Guideline for Candidates, Department of Natural Resources and Mining Who or What is an Open Cut Examiner Certificate IV in Surface Coal Mining (OCE) Cert IV in Surface Coal Mining (Open Cut Examiner) - Nationally accredited Training in Brisbane, Mackay, Townsville and Onsite Open Cut Examiner Course - Qld There are three basic phases to attaining an Open Cut Examiner Certificate of Competency RII0213 certificate iv in surface coal mining. RII40214 Cert IV in Surface Coal Mining (OCE). RII40215 Cert IV in Surface Coal Mining (OCE) RII40216 Cert IV in Surface Coal Mining (OCE). . Queensland open cut examiners certificate of competency.
Views: 95 Open Cut Examiner
QLD Child Services Rammed
 
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QLDer sick of child services rams office
Learn How to Drive at Night Correctly & See in the Dark
 
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Learn how to drive at night on the dark road. In this LIVE STREAM we'll look at how you can drive at night and find the roadway for both more confidence and to stay safe. CLICK to set reminder. Get ROAD TEST CHECKLIST: https://www.smartdrivetest.com/pass-road-test-checklist SUBSCRIBE TODAY! ► http://youtube.com/c/smartdrivetest LEARN MORE - Defensive Driving Course $17 :: https://www.smartdrivetest.com/defensive-driving-course Learn the skills, abilities and strategies that you need to learn to drive and pass your road test test first time. Also, we'll answer any questions you have about getting a license or passing your road test for any class of license. And helping 100,000 smart drivers earn their licence in the next year. Stay tuned for techniques & strategies to mitigate the risk of changing lanes and deviating to pass a road obstruction. Also, live Q & A about passing your road test, driving, or starting a career as a truck or bus driver - be sure to tune in! SUBSCRIBE TODAY! ► https://youtube.com/c/smartdrivetest And we'll answer your questions about passing a road test too! Join the Smart Drivers' Mastermind Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/349293692209507/?ref=pages_groups_card&source_id=617456824944363 Parallel Parking Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL0x-bChcUvwFT3AUV-F13kqDUAhieIH2v MADD's Contract for Life :: https://www.smartdrivetest.com/contract-for-life Be sure to get your Weight Scale CHECKLIST: https://www.smartdrivetest.com/checklists How to deal with Horn Honkers & Road Rage :: Strategies & Techniques | New Driver Smart :: https://youtu.be/HABPPIUhIIE Pass your road test first time - GUARANTEED! For all that sign up for 30% off the course. Enter the code: youtube30 for your discount PASS YOUR ROAD TEST FIRST TIME - CLICK for course: https://goo.gl/m8zBsR Do you have question about the road test? Ask all your questions here with Dr. Rick August. See bio here: https://goo.gl/hQvE9z Learning to drive: • Slow-speed manoeuvres; • Speed & space management; • Observations & communication; • Signs, traffic laws, & knowledge; • The road test procedure. VIDEOS School Signs and Zones :: Read and Interpret to Pass Your Road Test | Pass Your Road Test Smart https://youtu.be/rUbcR_rU8Ek How to Learn to Drive a Car & Slow-Speed Manoeuvres | Pass A Road Test Smart - https://youtu.be/dJpMKkwEhxI How to Learn to Drive & Pass Your Driver's License Test | Road Test Smart - https://youtu.be/w3Dc8k1jOq8 Turning SMART | Pass A Driving Test - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL0x-bChcUvwEee3P4OrnVJjnx5IKwGsqT How to Shoulder (Head) Check | Pass A Road Test Smart - https://youtu.be/OpiZNRU8gKE How to Judge a Safe Gap When Turning Right & Left | Road Test Smart - https://youtu.be/j1oQZIPkjhQ How to Pass a Driver's Licence Road Test First Time | Road Test Smart - https://youtu.be/wPUPciPP46c How to Drive in the Center of the Lane | Pass A Road Test Smart - https://youtu.be/pwkYPKzXnRs A Pre-trip Inspection for Your Driver's Licence Road Test | Pass A Road Test Smart - https://youtu.be/MgLSlH9JJlk Why We Shoulder Check On a Left Turn | Pass A Road Test Smart - https://youtu.be/MzQAmiEtXzk Good luck on your road test! ********************* www.smartdrivetest.com www.facebook.com/smartdrivetest www.twitter.com/smartdrivetest www.instagram.com/smartdrivetest/
Views: 1640 Smart Drive Test
Qld Tourism Council backs Palaszczuk Govt's legislation to curb alcohol fueled violence
 
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10/02/2016 Daniel Gschwind from the Queensland Tourism Council says the state needs to provide a safe environment to curb alcohol fueled violence.
Views: 73 Qldaah
Faces of Black Lung
 
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Faces of Black Lung - Health and Human Services 2008 - NIOSH 2008-131 - National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health. Each year, approximately 1,000 miners in the U.S. die from coal workers' pneumoconiosis, or 'black lung disease,' a preventable illness caused by exposure to coal mine dust. The video features two miners who share their stories and provide insight on how their lives have changed due to this devastating disease.
Views: 8765 PublicResourceOrg