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Worksafe Tunnelling Update on High Hazards Unit Activities and CPD

Date/Time Jun 20, 2019 @ 5:30pm - 7:30pm
Event type Evening Meeting
Branch Auckland
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Country New Zealand
Cost Free
Website N/A
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The New Zealand Tunnelling Society would like to invite you to the above presentation being delivered in Auckland on Thursday, 20 June 2019.

Worksafe is responsible for assessing competency of personnel engaged in the extractive industries through the New Zealand Mining Board of Examiners. The High Hazards Unit of Worksafe is responsible for inspections of mining, tunnelling and quarrying operations across New Zealand. Paul Hunt is Chief Inspector Extractives of the HHU and he will outline HHU’s current activities which include an extractives intelligence and information project which aims to provide reliable statistics on the safety performance of the extractive industries and to allow targeting of inspections for the coming year. He will discuss the inspection focus for 2019 – 2020 as it relates to the tunnelling industry and the WorkSafe approach to regulating the upcoming Central Interceptor and City Rail Link tunnel projects.

He will also discuss the recent CPD review and the implications for Certificates of Competence. SSEs and other professionals within the tunnelling industry will be directly affected by these changes.

Paul Hunt has a 30 year history in the mining sector and holds First Class Coal Mine Manager and Site Senior Executive qualifications along with qualifications in incident management, incident analysis, minerals industry risk management and occupational health management. He currently chairs the New Zealand Mining Board of Examiners.

Thursday 20 June 2019, 5.30 – 7pm
The Bluestone Room, 9 – 11 Durham Lane, Auckland CBD, 1010

This is a free event, all are welcome but space in the room is limited so please RSVP by Wednesday, 19 June using the link below:

We hope to see you there!

Kind regards,

Andrew Campbell
NZTS

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