Discover MonitorPro at the NSW HSEC Conference, August 2019.

The New South Wales Mining Health, Safety, Environment and Community (HSEC) Conference, is the biggest annual conference that brings together key policy experts and leading decision-makers from the Hunter Valley mining community together.


About the NSW Mining HSEC Conference

This year, the Crowne Plaza, Hunter Valley, will once more play host to the NSW Mining Health, Safety, Environment and Community (HSEC) Conference on the 5-7 August 2019. This annual conference is the biggest mining event in the region, bringing together key policy experts and leading decision makers from one of the largest industries and employers in the region.   

The NSW Mining Health, Safety, Environment & Community (HSEC) Awards celebrate the achievements and generates positive stories about the mining industry.

Awards are available in the following four categories:

  • Health Excellence
  • Safety Excellence
  • Environmental Excellence
  • Community Excellence

As well as the award ceremony, a two-day conference and networking event will take place.  The EHS Data team will be available on STAND 13 to chat about MonitorPro, it’s features, benefits and how this leading EHS software can drastically reduce your risk of non-compliance.

Significant Environmental Impacts from Mining

Increasingly, mining companies see through the management of environmental impacts as an important element in the managing of corporate risk and in attracting investment. Find out how MonitorPro Environmental Monitoring Software brings management efficiency and financial benefits through ground breaking technology and innovative features.

Vegetation clearance; impacts on cultural heritage;  ground disturbance, water management (e.g. for drilling); weed management; spills and environmental accidents; loss and damage to topsoil required for eventual rehabilitation.

Land disturbance and local environment compared to baseline; groundwater and surface water; dust; waste management; noise.

Air Quality (e.g. dust, S02 and other emissions from plant); noise; groundwater and surface water impacts; water use, waste rock management, and subsequent acid rock damage and erosion; chemical use; environmental incidents (e.g. spills); waste management (identification and segregation of waste streams, recycling)

Closure Aftercare
Seepage and toxic effects from waste rock and tailings; rehabilitation of the site.

Discover more information in a previous article why the need for an environmental management system — and what this means for mines.

About EHS Data

EHS Data is a world leading UK based software company providing Environmental Data Management Solutions to over 1,000 sites in 40 countries worldwide. For over 20 years, our versatile software solution, MonitorPro, has helped organisations save time, improve planning, quality control, site analysis and reporting to manage environmental obligations and sustainability. MonitorPro is the first EHS Software solution to receive an MCERTS accreditation from the Environmental Agency. In 2020, EHS Data announced their pledge to become a carbon negative organisation.

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