Resources Safety and Health performance accountability framework

The Resources Safety and Health performance accountability framework (PDF, 337KB) aims to improve the accountability and transparency of how we operate through the public reporting of our performance.

The framework sets out 6 outcomes-based key performance indicators that cover:

  • reducing the regulatory burden
  • communication
  • risk-based and proportionate approaches
  • coordination
  • transparency
  • continuous improvement.

The framework has been adapted from the Australian Government's Regulator performance framework to reflect Queensland's regulatory environment.

The Department of Natural Resources, Mines and Energy will self-assess the performance of Resources Safety and Health once every 12 months, using information obtained through stakeholder consultation. Self-assessment reports will be published in the first half of the following financial year.

Read the following self-assessment reports:

Quarterly regulatory activities data

As part of our compliance program, we publish quarterly figures on the number of audits, inspections and complaint investigations we have conducted.

Memorandum of understanding

The Department of Natural Resources and Mines has a memorandum of understanding with the Office of Industrial Relations (PDF, 3.4MB) that clarifies the jurisdictions of the agencies and explains how they cooperate.