Previously she was the Minister for Energy and Resources in 2014 and approved the introduction of risk based work plans.
“Lily D’Ambrosio will drive the Labor Government’s work to deliver cheaper, cleaner power with government-owned energy as Minister for the State Electricity Commission – as well as Minister for Climate Action and Minister for Energy and Resources.
She will lead this transition from the Department of Energy, Environment and Climate Action – with Resources and Agriculture to move into this Department to support the Labor Government to meet and beat our ambitious climate targets.”
There have been many changes to the Cabinet and Departments please see link for further information.
A reminder if you’re a director of an Australian company you must apply for your director identification number (director ID) by 30 November 2022.
The CMPA releases today a 30 second advertorial on Quarries Building Communities – rehabilitation focused.
The intention is to raise awareness in the community of the vital nature of quarries in Victoria. The ad will be aired on Channel 10, 10 bold and 10 peach.
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Exposure to dust containing crystalline silica can lead to diseases like silicosis. Learn how WorkSafe and the Victorian Government are working to reduce this harm through with the new crystalline silica regulations which includes high risk crystalline silica work and engineered stone licences and occupational health strategy.
Webinar details – Friday Oct 28 from 12.00 – 12.45pm
A substantial day is planned for CMPA Members and other interested industry contributors in the west and northern suburbs of Melbourne on Thursday 10th November 2022.
The CMPA and a number of Associate members are holding this workshop to provide operators with an understanding of how to properly maintain components of their fixed plant to ensure they are running to the best of their ability.
The following is information on the end of mandatory isolation requirements for COVID-19 on 14 October 2022. An update will be provided when more specific information is released from the Victorian Government.
A recent decision by the Melbourne County Court highlights the importance of employers managing fall-from-height risks within their workplace in line with Victorian laws.
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Do you have a Drugs and Alcohol Policy? From 1 April 2021 the Victorian Blood Alcohol Concentration limit is zero (0.00) for drivers of all vehicles greater than 4.5 tonne GVM upwards.
The CMPA is holding this vital 1 hour webinar to help Members develop a robust Drugs and Alcohol policy to reduce risk and associated liabilities. This webinar is for owners, managers, supervisors and HSE officers who would like to update their current policy or do not have a policy.
WorkSafe is issuing an alert about controlling the risks associated with sleeping shots in mining and quarry blasting operations.
It is my pleasure to inform the house about how this Government is supporting the
extractives industry to supply Victorian businesses and families with affordable sand,
gravel and hard rock needed for construction.
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