VIC Submissions


DEMONSTRATING BEST PRACTICE – DRAFT GUIDELINE

The MCA has established a strong record for leadership in environmental best practice in minerals development. This commitment to continuous improvement in minimising the industry’s environmental impacts is a fundamental plank of the industry’s broader commitment to sustainable development. This is demonstrated by the MCA’s requirement that member companies are signatories to Enduring Value – the Australian Minerals Industry’s Framework for Sustainable Development.

RECOMMENDED SEPARATION DISTANCES FOR INDUSTRIAL RESIDUAL AIR EMISSIONS – DRAFT GUIDELINE

The Minerals Council of Australia, Victorian Division’s (MCA) is pleased to make a submission on the above mentioned Draft Guideline. The MCA only became aware of this Draft Guideline on Monday 5th November and is grateful to have been given a week extension to enable full consideration of the document.

FUTURE DIRECTIONS FOR NATIVE VEGETATION IN VICTORIA

The Victorian Minerals industry has traditionally been and will continue to be an important contributor to Victoria’s growth, particularly in regional and rural Victoria. For the sustainable future of the industry, the regulatory framework must be balanced between promoting investment in the State, good practice and the expectations of the community in an efficient way with minimum necessary direct control of economic agents by government authorities.

Submission to the Review of the Standards for the Regulation of Vocational Education and Training

“The MCA submission to National Skills Standards Council (NSSC) Review of the Standards for the Regulation of Vocational Education and Training Consultation Paper is an initial contribution to the consultation process leading to a new set of National Skills Standards for the VET sector in late 2013. “The submission was completed with the assistance of the Chamber of Mines and Energy of Western Australia, the Queensland Resources Council and Skills DMC and heavily emphasises the direct link between industry-led training and VET quality.

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