... consistent with the the national approach to economic, environmental and social stewardship.

Ensuring the right direction for Victoria’s new Local Government Act

AUSTRALIA INSTITUTE REPORT JUST MORE ANTI-COAL RHETORIC, NOT ANALYSIS

Australian Mining Industry Annual Lecture

MCA Submission to 2016 National Research Infrastructure Roadmap Capability

Submission on the national register of foreign owned water entitlements

MCA submission to Victorian OHS Regulations Reform

WA ENVIRONMENTAL REVIEW OF URANIUM PROJECTS SHOWS URANIUM IS MANAGEABLE LIKE ANY OTHER MINERAL

GRYLLS TAX WOULD MAKE AUSTRALIA THE WORLD’S HIGHEST TAXING IRON ORE JURISDICTION: NEW STUDY

NO TIME FOR A NEW IRON ORE TAX

MCA calls for cost-benefit analysis on Victoria’s proposed Renewable Auction Scheme

BAN ON UNCONVENTIONAL GAS WILL HURT HOUSEHOLDS AND INDUSTRY

Submission on draft report - Productivity Commission inquiry into the regulation of Agriculture

FURTHER INVESTMENT IN NEW COAL EMISSION REDUCTION PROJECTS

COAL-FIRED ELECTRICITY MUST BE PART OF AUSTRALIA’S FUTURE ENERGY MIX

Director - Economics & Industry Policy

Director - Economics and Industry Policy

MINING IN THE NT: AN AGENDA FOR GROWTH

Hi-tech coal plants ‘could be part of future energy mix’

Latest studies show reality check is needed on renewables

TECHNOLOGY-NEUTRAL APPROACH TO ELECTRICITY GENERATION IS THE ANSWER

MCA Submission to the Joint Committee on Findings of the Nuclear Fuel Cycle Royal Commission (SA)

MINING INDUSTRY RECEIVES NEGLIGIBLE SUBSIDIES

WHAT FUEL SOURCE UNDERPINS OUR RELIABLE ELECTRICITY SYSTEM? – IT’S COAL

The importance of competitive Austrralian uranium in the decades ahead

Agenda for Growth

MCA Submission to Higher Education Reform

Australian Minerals Industry Research Scholarships

Nuclear Energy - AFR

MCA Submission to Treasury on Diverted Profits Tax Consultation Paper

The MCA supports strong, balanced tax laws to preserve the integrity of the tax system. The MCA’s submission to Treasury‘s consultation paper ‘Implementing a Diverted Profits Tax’ (DPT) notes that Australia has strict tax integrity rules and the proposed DPT is a unilateral measure that departures from multilateral efforts through the OECD’s Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS) project.

The MCA recommends that the DPT be more clearly targeted at artificial tax arrangements and instances of uncooperative behavior with the ATO by taxpayers through a tighter ‘gateway’ for transactions that come within scope of the DPT. 

MCA SUBMISSION TO TREASURY ON DIVERTED PROFITS TAX CONSULTATION PAPER

Mr Michael Wright

Mr Stephen Dumble

Earth to the Greens: No coal means no steel

LABOR ENVIRONMENT PLAN: MCA RESPONSE

LABOR’S PLAN TO FUND EDOs WILL HURT QUEENSLAND JOBS AND INVESTMENT

The importance of competitive Australian uranium in the decades ahead

NEW CHAIR OF MINERALS COUNCIL OF AUSTRALIA

MINING A SIGNIFICANT CONTRIBUTOR TO AUSTRALIA’S ECONOMIC GROWTH

2015 Annual Report

NEW ANALYSIS HIGHLIGHTS TRILLION DOLLAR COMPANY TAX CONTRIBUTION

AUSTRALIAN COAL EXPORTS TO THAILAND FOUR TIMES HIGHER

The Nuclear Royal Commission’s spotlight on the need for reform

RED TAPE REDUCTION – CLEARLY NOT FOR THE MINERALS INDUSTRY

COMPANY TAX RATE CUT WILL DELIVER GROWTH, INVESTMENT AND HIGHER REAL WAGES

Submission to Earth Resources Regulation’s Draft Stakeholder Engagement Strategy

Uranium and the case for reform

Submission to Protecting Victoria’s Environment - Biodiversity 2036

Demand for Australian Coal

Coal Facts: Investing in the environment

NUCLEAR ROYAL COMMISSION FINAL REPORT LAYS PLATFORM FOR VITAL REGULATORY REFORM

Submission to the Review of native vegetation clearing regulations consultation paper

MINERALS INDUSTRY WELCOMES NEW TRANSPARENCY INITIATIVE

BIPARTISAN RECOMMENDATIONS FOR ENVIRONMENTAL DEDUCTIBLE GIFT RECIPIENTS ARE SENSIBLE AND TIMELY

BUDGET 2016: A BLUEPRINT FOR GROWTH

BOOST FOR GEOSCIENCE AUSTRALIA AN INVESTMENT IN NATION’S FUTURE

Submission to Water for Victoria Discussion Paper

The Importance of Fuel Tax Credits for Australian Jobs

LABOR CLIMATE PLAN

Boss Resources Limited

ROYALTY INCREASE BAD FOR BUSINESS, CONSUMERS

Mr Michael Erickson

Uranium and nuclear industry developments in Australia

#UNTAPPEDPOTENTIAL - AUSTRALIA’S URANIUM INDUSTRY

GREEN HYPOCRISY ON STEEL SUPPORT

THE CASE FOR TAX REFORM IS STRONG

POSITIVE LONG TERM OUTLOOK FOR MINING INDUSTRY

MCA energy fact sheets

NEW TAX FACTS RELEASED

ADANI MINING LEASE APPROVALS WELCOME

MCA WELCOMES COMING AUSTRALIA-UKRAINE AGREEMENT TO SUPPLY URANIUM FOR POWER GENERATION

VICTORIAN PRE-BUDGET SUBMISSION 2016-17 A STRATEGIC VISION REQUIRED FOR MINING INVESTMENT

2016-17 Victorian Pre Budget submission and policy

COMPANY TAX REFORM WILL BENEFIT WORKERS AND CONSUMERS, GROWTH AND INNOVATION: NEW STUDY

MCA submission to JSCOT inquiry into the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement

MCA submission on the national register of foreign owned water access entitlements

Submission to the SA Royal Commission into the Nuclear Fuel Cycle - Response to Tentative Findings

AUSTRALIAN COAL EXPORTS TO VIETNAM INCREASE 538%

SUBMISSION TO INQUIRY INTO INNOVATION AND CREATIVITY: A WORKFORCE FOR THE NEW ECONOMY

Minerals Council of Australia submission to the Ferris-Finkel-Fraser review of the R&D tax incentive

TAX REFORM REQUIRED TO GROW THE ECONOMY AND BOOST JOB GROWTH

MCA submission to the second draft review of the Climate Change Authority

SUBMISSION TO THE INDEPENDENT REVIEW OF THE EPBC WATER TRIGGER

NEW PUBLICATIONS HIGHLIGHT MINERALS SECTOR COMMUNITY CONTRIBUTION AND COMMITMENT TO REHABILITATION

MCA Submission to Temporary Skilled Migration Income Threshold (TSMIT) Review

RETIREMENT OF GARY GRAY AO

MCA BUDGET SUBMISSION 2016-17

THANKS IAN MACFARLANE

SA’s NUCLEAR ROYAL COMMISSION TENTATIVE FINDINGS CONFIRM ECONOMIC DIVIDEND AVAILABLE TO SA

2016-17 Pre-Budget Submission

Industry Briefing - Resource Industry Network, Mackay

Supplementary information for review of the 2016-17 Skilled Occupation List - Mining

RETIREMENT OF WARREN TRUSS AND ANDREW ROBB

TPP WILL BRING BENEFITS TO ALL AUSTRALIANS

SUBMISSION TO THE BOARD OF TAXATION: TAX TRANSPARENCY CODE CONSULTATION PAPER

When it is hot, coal is still cool

SUBMISSION TO THE HOUSE OF REPS STANDING COMMITTEE ON ECONOMICS: INQUIRY INTO TAX DEDUCTIBILITY

WHAT SECURES VITAL SERVICES DURING OUR HOT SUMMER?  IT’S COAL.

Submission on the Safe Work Australia discussion paper on chemical exposure standards

Guidelines for the management of rockfall risks

Edited by Yves Potvin (Australian Centre for Geomechanics) and Paul Nedin (Underground Mining Solutions)

Published by the MCA in 2003

Rockfalls are a major hazard in underground mines. The Guideline for  the  Management of  Rockfalls  is a  reference manual and guideline that provides underground mining and technical personnel with an essential source of information related to the management of these hazards.

The guideline aims to standardise the processes supporting mines' site specific systems and procedures for the management of rockfall risks. It has been developed as a process noting that aAn effective rockfall management process must rely on an implementation strategy supported by all levels of the organisation, from top company executives to mine workers.

This guideline may be a component, or serve as the basis for a ground control management plan. It relies on techniques and methods that are seen as good practices in ground control.

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