Board of Examiners
Role and functions
The board's role is to set exams and issue certificates of competency to people who want to work in statutory positions in the metalliferous and coal mining industries in Queensland.
The Board of Examiners:
- determines the required competencies
- assesses applications
- grants certificates
- ensures the competencies required in Queensland are consistent with those in other states.
The Board of Examiners consists of a chairman who is an inspector and at least 6 other members, each with at least 10 years practical experience in the mining industry. No more than 3 members can be inspectors, and at least 6 members must be currently engaged in the mining industry.
Board of Examiners Secretary
Mines Safety and Health
Department of Natural Resources, Mines and Energy
PO Box 15216
CITY EAST QLD 4002
Phone: (07) 3199 8037