Blast Management Plan Template

The BMP [which must be prepared by the Shot Firer prior to any use of explosives] together with the CMPA’s Shot Firer’s Report Book [CMPA 1340] aims to meet the requirements set out in Section 130 of the Dangerous Goods [Explosives] Regulations 2011 and Appendix 2 of AS 2187.2-2006 Explosives – Storage and Use – Use of Explosives.

CMPA Blast Management Plan Template

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Bushfire Response and Readiness Plan Template

The objective of the Bushfire Response and Readiness Plan Template is to assist CMPA members in ensuring that procedures are in place and that responsibilities are defined and understood to prevent the ignition of a bushfire on a quarry site and or to reduce the impact of an encroaching bushfire.

CMPA Bushfire Response and Readiness Plan Template

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Critical Incidents Response Guidelines

The objective of this Critical Incident Response Template is to assist CMPA members in ensuring that
procedures are in place and that responsibilities are defined and understood to ensure a rapid and
well-structured response to a critical incident.

CMPA Critical Incident Response Template

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Dust Management Guidelines

This Dust Management Guideline together with the CMPA’s Work Safely Reference Manual aims to support members in meeting the requirements of the Victorian Occupational Health and Safety Act 2004 and the Victorian Environment Protection Act 1970. In doing so, the CMPA endeavours to:

  • Provide members with appropriate management practices required to minimise potential health risks
    or environmental impacts associated with airborne dust arising from extractive industry operations
  • Assist members in establishing and maintaining a Work Plan that defines operational activity so as to
    obtain and sustain an Extractive Industry Work Authority

CMPA Dust Management Guideline

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RCSD Management Guideline

This Respirable Crystalline Silica Dust (RCSD) Management Guideline together with the CMPA’s Work Safely Reference Manual aims to support members in meeting the requirements of the Victorian Occupational Health and Safety Act 2004 and Occupational Health and Safety Regulations 2017.

  • Provide members with appropriate management practices required to minimise potential
    health risks associated with RCSD arising from extractive industry and concrete recycling
    operations;
  • Provide members with a template they can populate so as to establish a site specific RCSD
    Control Plan; and
  • Assist members in establishing and maintaining a Work Plan that defines operational activity
    so as to obtain and sustain an Extractive Industry Work Authority.

CMPA RCSD Management Guideline

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Guarding Guidelines

This document demonstrates a process that can be used to establish and successfully implement plant and equipment guarding specific to your site requirements. It aims to support members in meeting the requirements of the Victorian Occupational Health and Safety Act 2004.

CMPA Guarding Guideline

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Noise Management Guidelines

This Guideline together with the CMPA’s Work Safely Reference Manual aims to support CMPA members in meeting the requirements of the Victorian Occupational Health and Safety Act 2004 and the Victorian Environment Protection Act 1970. The CMPA endeavours to:

  • Provide members with appropriate management practices required to minimise potential health risks or environmental impacts associated with noise arising from construction materials industry operations; and
  • Assist members in establishing and maintaining a Work Plan that defines operational activity so as to obtain and sustain an Extractive Industry Work Authority.

CMPA Noise Management Guideline

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Noxious Weeds and Pest Animals Control Plan

The objective of this Noxious Weeds & Pest Animals Control Plan, Guideline & Template is to assist
CMPA members in ensuring that procedures are in place and that responsibilities are defined and
understood to control the potential impact, spread and re generation of Noxious Weeds & Pest
Animals.

CMPA Noxious Weeds and Pest Animals Control Plan

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Slimes Management Guidelines

The objective of this Slimes Management Guideline is to assist CMPA members in ensuring that all health, safety and environmental risks associated with the generation and controls of slimes and the operation and rehabilitation of a slimes dam are reduced so far as is reasonably practicable.

  • Provides contemporary information specific to the management of slimes and the safe and environmental operation of slimes dams;
  • Outlines processes that can be adopted to establish and implement slimes management procedures and practices;
  • Offers a Slimes Management Plan (SMP) template to assist in meeting the requirements of your Work Plan as required under Mineral Resources (Sustainable Development) Act 1990.

CMPA Slimes Management Guideline

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Traffic Management Guidelines

This document demonstrates how a risk management process can be used to establish and successfully implement a traffic management plan specific to your site requirements. Together with the CMPA’s Work Safely Reference Manual it aims to support members in meeting the requirements of the Victorian Occupational Health and Safety Act 2004.

CMPA Traffic Management Guideline

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Working Safely with Geotechnical Risk in Quarries

This Guideline together with the CMPA’s Work Safely Reference Manual aims to support CMPA members in meeting the requirements of the Victorian Occupational Health and Safety Act 2004 by ensuring that:

  • Geotechnical hazards associated with quarry ground movement and quarry operations are identified, assessed where required and then controlled in a manner to reduce the risk of personal or vehicle engulfment; and
  • Quarry infrastructure is established in a manner so as to prevent vehicles that have lost control, or persons working close to edges from falling to another level.

CMPA Working Safely with Geotechnical Risk in Quarries

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