Your mine’s requirement to monitor and report airborne contaminant and Hazardous substance exposure on a routine basis. Environmental Site Services can help you.
CONTAM System Monitoring and Management
Extending on the employers Duty of Care, the Mines Regulations have specified requirements for the assessment of airborne contaminants and reporting to the State Mining Engineer via the DMP CONTAM system.
“The Mine Safety and Inspection Regulations 1995 require the mining industry to regularly sample for atmospheric contaminants and report results to Resources Safety.” Environmental Site Services can provide the services to fulfil your needs.
After Noise induced hearing loss, airborne contaminant health impacts are the second-most reported long-term health impact from mining operations.
Hazardous Substance Air Monitoring
The is on the mine site to anticipate, recognise, assess and control their occupational hygiene hazards including;
- atmospheric contaminants such as dusts, fibres and particulates, gases, smoke and fumes.
- noise and vibration
- biological hazards
- heat and cold