Queensland mining industry safety reporting survey
The Queensland Mining Industry Safety Reporting Survey aims to understand the state of the safety reporting culture across the state's coal mining, mineral mining and quarrying industries by identifying the reasons why people do, or do not, report high potential incidents, near misses and early warning signs.
The survey will establish a baseline of the safety reporting behaviours exhibited at mine and quarry sites and will identify the key opportunities and barriers to achieving a responsive and effective safety reporting culture in the coal mining, mineral mining and quarrying industries. It will also enable benchmarking of industry safety reporting culture by providing focus areas for industry and the advisory committees to target for further research and continuous improvement.
Survey respondents will be asked about safety behaviours demonstrated by their team, their supervisors, and their senior leaders at their worksite.
The survey was run by the Commissioner for Resources Safety and Health, in cooperation with the Coal Mining Safety and Health Advisory Committee and the Mining Safety and Health Advisory Committee.
The survey ran from June to September 2023 and is now closed.
Last updated: 27 Apr 2023