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This Declaration provides domains of mining being legally applicable to the statutory certificates of mine management competency hereunder, for South Australia and Queensland.
Administered by: Education and Training; Industry, Innovation and Science
Exempt from sunsetting by the Legislation (Exemptions and Other Matters) Regulation 2015 s12 item 42
Made 05 Dec 2000
Registered 23 Sep 2008
Gazetted 10 Apr 2002

MUTUAL RECOGNITION ACT 1992 – S.32

 

Ministerial Declaration

 

 

Whereas no underground coal mines exist in South Australia, we jointly declare that:

 

I

 

(a)      the occupations which may be carried on only by a person granted a South Australian Certificate Item B in Schedule 1

 

and

 

(b)      the occupations which may be carried on only by a person granted both Queensland Certificates Items D and F in Schedule 1

 

are equivalent; and

 

II

 

(c)      the occupation which may be carried on only by a person granted a South Australian Certificate Item C in Schedule 1

and

 

(d)      the occupation which may be carried on only by a person granted a Queensland
Certificate Item E in Schedule 1

 

are equivalent.

 

 

 

 

Dated this 5th day of December 2000

The Honourable Wayne Matthew MP

South Australian Minister for Minerals and Energy and

Minister Assisting the Deputy Premier

 

 

Dated this 8th day of November 2000

The Honourable Tony McGrady MP

Queensland Minister for Mines and Energy and

Minister Assisting the Deputy Premier on Regional Development


Schedule 1

 

DOMAINS OF MINING BEING LEGALLY APPLICABLE TO THE STATUTORY CERTIFCATES OF MINE MANAGEMENT COMPETENCY HEREUNDER,
FOR
SOUTH AUSTRALIA AND QUEENSLAND

 

The shaded domain indicates there are no underground coal mines in South Australia.

 

The table only depicts those certificates referenced in Ministerial Declarations.

 

 

DOMAIN

METALLIFEROUS

COAL

 

 

Open-cut

 

 

South Australia:  Item B

 

Queensland:  Item D

 

 

South Australia:  Items A, B

 

Queensland:  Item F

 

Underground

 

 

South Australia:  Item B, C

 

Queensland:  Items D, E

 

 

South Australia:  Items A, B, C

 

 

 

 

Item

State

Certificate

Statute

A*

South Aust

First class mine manager’s certificate of competency restricted to coal mines

Mines and Works Inspection Act 1920 as amended, and the Mines and Works Inspection Regulations 1966 as amended

B

First class mine manager’s certificate of competency

Mines and Works Inspection Act 1920 as amended, and the Mines and Works Inspection Regulations 1966 as amended

C

First-class underground mine-manager’s certificate of competency

Mines and Works Inspection Act 1920 as amended, and the Mines and Works Inspection Regulations 1998 as amended

D

Q’ld

First-class mine manager’s certificate of competency (metalliferous mines)

S.9(3)(b)(i) Mines Regulation Act 1964 as amended, and Part 13.9 Metalliferous Mining Regulations 1985 as amended

E

First-class mine manager’s certificate of competency (underground metalliferous mines)

S.9(3)(b)(i) and S.9(3)(c) Mines Regulation Act 1964 as amended, and Part 13.9 Metalliferous Mining Regulations 1985 as amended

F

Limited mine manager’s certificate of competency (open-cut coal mines)

S.9(3)(b)(iii) Mines Regulation Act 1964 as amended, S.57(1)(c) Coal Mining Act 1925 as amended and Rule 11 of the Coal Mining Certificate and Winding Licence Rules 1988 as amended

 

*:  Item A was the subject of the Ministerial Declaration on 25 August 2000