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Safety Alert Management Systems (Australia) Mobile App

The Safety Alert Management Systems (Australia) app has been designed to assist mining operations to conduct internal audits. The checklist can be used to identify the current level of usefulness of Safety Alerts at a mine site through: • The evaluation of the effectiveness of the current safety alert management system in place at the mine. • Identifying strengths and weaknesses. • Provide the auditee with an opportunity to improve the safety alert management system in place at the mine. This app can be customized to better fit individual mines.

  • Lendlease
  • The Cooperative
  • PG&E
  • Red Bull
  • Mirvac

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    Does the mine have a documented system for the receipt and processing of Safety Alerts?

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    Is the implementation of the Safety Alert process allocated to a position within the management ...

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    “Relativity of the Safety Alert” to the operations, performed at the mine .

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    Do persons competent in the topic of the safety alert perform the assessment of the “Relativity ...

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    If the topic of the safety alert is assessed as “not relevant” to the operation, is there a docu...

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    The fact that a safety alert has been determined as not relevant does not mean that the topic of...

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    Is the documented process for the receipt of safety alerts audited at a predetermined frequency?

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    If the topic of the safety alert is assessed as “Relevant”, is a risk assessment of the existing...

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    Are the recommendations of the safety alert implemented.

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    Is the risk assessment performed to a society standard.

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    11. Have MDG 1010 and 1014 been implemented

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    12. Are the process and results of the Risk Assessment documented

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    13. Does the Risk Assessment contain:- • Context • Scope • Team members • Likelihood • Consequenc...

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    Audit Observations - Comments

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