The First Class Underground Mine Manager's Certificate enables the holder to act in the capacity of an underground mine manager, who is the person who has immediate charge or direction of the mining operations of an underground mine. The Second Class Underground Mine Manager's Certificate enables the holder to act in the capacity of an underground mine manager, where up to 19 persons may be employed.
A licence defines the need to obtain recognition / certification and registration to undertake a certain business activity.
A Degree or Diploma in mining engineering or acceptable equivalent for First Class and three years mining/quarrying experience with one year being hands on in either underground mine or in a quarry, depending on certificate applied for.
Must hold appropriate qualifications sufficient for Second Class underground mine or Second Class quarry manager's certificates.
Must also be at least 25 years of age for any type of certificate.
All applicants for first or second class underground mine or quarry manager's certificates must pass an examination.
$28.75 application fee.
$18.30 each for examination for second class quarry manager's certificate.
$18.30 each for written examination in mining law.
Issue of underground mine or quarry manager certificate $44.
Issue of duplicate mine or quarry manager certificate $28.
Cheque, money order, credit card (Visa or Master), no cash.
Must provide copy of qualifications and relevant documents as per the Guidelines
Resources and Energy Group
Mining Regulation Branch
Mines & Works Inspection Act 1920 (South Australia)
Mines & Works Inspection Regulations 2013 (South Australia)
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