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  1. New Zealand - Mining and quarrying workers - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Health and Safety in Employment (Mining-Underground) Regulations, 1999 (SR 1999/331). - Statutes of New Zealand

    Adoption: 1999-11-04 | NZL-1999-R-57971

    Part 1 deals with duties in relation to all mines and tunnels. Makes provision for, inter alia, accident notification, establishment of plans of mines and tunnels, operations records, examinations of mines and tunnels, visits to solitary employees, testing for flammable gas and withdrawal of employees when high levels of flammable gas are present, provision of self-rescue units and outlets for working, protection against inundation, air quality and temperature, and handling of explosives. Part 2 makes provision for duties in relation to coal mines and gas mines, and Part 3 for duties in relation to use of electricity in operations.

  2. New Zealand - Mining and quarrying workers - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Health and Safety in Employment (Mining Administration) Regulations 1996 (SR 1996/220). - Statutes of New Zealand

    Adoption: 1996-08-11 | NZL-1996-R-47656

    Regulates duties in relation to certificates of competence for managers of mines, quarries, and tunnels.

  3. New Zealand - Mining and quarrying workers - Law, Act

    Mining Amendment Act 1985.

    Adoption: 1985-06-11 | NZL-1985-L-1800

    Act No. 92 to amend the Mining Act 1971. Enacts inter alia new provisions concerning the duties and powers of inspectors of mines to verify safety and health measures in mining operations.

  4. New Zealand - Mining and quarrying workers - Law, Act

    Mining Act 1971.

    Adoption: 1971-09-25 | NZL-1971-L-17301

    An Act to consolidate and amend the law relating to mining and to provide improved facilities for the development of mineral resources. No. 25. Numerous amendments, inter alia, to ss. 179, 180 (employment of persons in mines), 181 to 183 (medical examinations), 191 to 203 (safety in mines) and 204 to 215 (accidents in mines), and repeals the Mining Act 1926 (LS 1926 - NZ 1), as amended, and the Mining Amendment Act 1948 (LS 1948 - NZ 1), as amended.


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