In the Mining Industry? Here’s what you Need to Know to Stay on top of your Monthly Safety Performance Status Report

What needs to be reported?
The monthly status report requires accident information to be reported as well as the average numbers of employees and contractors and total hours worked for that month. Specific reporting requirements include:

  • the names of employees who have been injured in previous months and are still off work, or have not returned to their duties (as they were being performed at the time of the accident) by the start of the month being reported
  • the number of days lost for each employee, and his or her work status
  • the average number of company and contractor employees and total hours worked by company and contractor employees that month
  • hours worked as defined by the Mines Safety and Inspection Levy Regulations 2010
Who is responsible for conducting the reporting?
The manager of a mine must submit a monthly status report for each calendar month. The report must be submitted as soon as practicable after the end of each month. The information in the report provides data for analysis by Resources Safety and is used to generate industry safety performance indicators.

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