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  1. Major Hazard Management in Australian Coal Mining Jim Joy Professor and Director Minerals Industry Safety and Health Centre Sustainable Minerals Institute The University of Queensland, Australia

  2. Minerals Industry Safety & Health Centre (MISHC) • established in 1998 • an initiative of Industry, Government and UQ • recognition that engineering education has a critical role in improving S & H risk

  3. MISHC Postgradcourses Risk Management (G3) UQ Graduate Certificate or Diploma in Risk Mgmt. 4 or all of Human Factors Risk Analysis Sociology of Disasters Incident Investigation & Analysis Mining OH&S Masters/ PhD Special Projects I & II

  4. Since 1990 Moura explosion (11) Gretley Inrush (4) Northparkes airblast (4) Bronzewing fill inrush (3)

  5. Mining Regulatory Approach Prescriptive about Actions Prescriptive about Process Enabling Govt. tells how, Industry complies, Govt polices Govt sets approach, Industry decides how using approach, Govt coaches Industry decides how, Govt monitors results

  6. Regulatory Manifestations • General principles of RA & RM • Major or Principal Management Plans • RM competency requirements • Use of RA as “approval” methodology

  7. Identify the Hazards Monitor Performance Analyse the Risks Monitor for Change Decide to Eliminate Decide to Control Decide to Tolerate Take Action Basic Risk Management System

  8. Control Framework Major Hazard Management

  9. Why use Major Hazard Management Planning? • to manage potential multiple fatality events • to do it more effectively and efficiently • to meet regulatory requirements • to improve business success

  10. Post Moura spon comb UG fire ventilation / gas ground control & others New legislation additions Fixed & mobile mechanical Electricity Windblast Major Hazards

  11. The MHM Process • Identify the Major Hazards • Review the Hazard (location, risk, controls) • Determine important existing & new controls • Document (Action Plan, Standards, Accountabilities, etc.) • Implement • Monitor / Audit • Manage change

  12. Reviewing the Major Hazard Risk Assessment • Identification of the major hazards (nature, magnitude, locations) • Detailed analysis of the major hazards

  13. Fault Tree Analysis TOP EVENT or FAULT EVENT FAULT EVENT & or UNDEVELOPED BASIC BASIC BASIC

  14. BOW TIE ANALYSIS C O N S E Q U E N C E S Consequence 1. H A Z A R D Threat 1. TOP EVENT Consequence 2. Threat 2. Control Measures Recovery Measures Threat 3. Consequence 3. Consequence n. Threat n. Controlling the threats which could release the Unwanted Event Recovering from and/or minimising the effects of the Event

  15. Control Framework Major Hazard Management

  16. Minerals Industry Cooperation Initiative (2003-06) Goal: To improve industry RM, as well as demonstrate industry cooperation

  17. MICI - 2003-06 “Hard” Projects MCA Risk Guidelines Professional Pathways MIRMgate - Hazard Mgmt Guidance OH&S Perf. Dbase

  18. www.mishc.uq.edu.au

  19. Resilient Proactive Compliant Reactive Vulnerable Minerals Industry RM Ladder

  20. We are making progress !!