Commissioner for Resources Safety & Health
Commissioner for Resources Safety and Health
The Commissioner for Resources Safety and Health is an impartial, independent and expert advisor to the Minister on matters relating to protecting the safety and health of workers in Queensland’s resources industries.Learn more
Reporting for safety means safety for all. New education campaign launched by Commissioner for Resources Safety and Health
24 June 2022
A new education campaign which aims to support the resources industry to foster a positive reporting culture was launched today by the Commissioner for Resources Safety and Health.
31 May 2022
The control of respirable dust at mineral mines and quarries and the barriers and opportunities for localised controls will be explored at a forum hosted by the Mining Safety and Health Advisory...
20 May 2022
Coal mine workers in Moranbah and surrounding areas will have the chance to meet with members of the Coal Mining Safety and Health Advisory Committee (CMSHAC) to discuss safety and health in...
29 March 2022
The first annual report of the Commissioner for Resources Safety and Health has today been tabled in the Queensland Parliament by the Minister for Resources Scott Stewart.
14 March 2022
The Queensland Resources Council has published a new report which examines the prevalence of safety and health practices similar to those used by high reliability organisations (HROs) in the Queensland mining industry.
08 March 2022
In marking International Women’s Day 2022, Commissioner for Resources Safety and Health Kate du Preez today called on the Queensland resources industry to continue its work to break down and remove gender...
17 December 2021
Wishing you a merry Christmas and a happy new year from the Commissioner for Resources Safety and Health Kate du Preez.
16 December 2021
More than 200 resources industry leaders gathered at Parliament House recently to develop practical and workable lead indicators for the resources industry.