Wilshaw’s Classified Plant Inspectors are highly experienced and competent in conducting statutory inspections of all your classified plant. Our Classified Plant Inspectors are also available for your ‘duty of care’ non-statutory inspections.
Wilshaw’s inspectors have intimate knowledge of the applicable Australian Standards and Regulations applying to Classified Plant Management. In Western Australia state legislation pertaining to Classified Plant operating on mine sites is covered by:
Mines Safety and Inspection Act 1994 (MSIA – 1994)
The Act covers legislation of operating procedures and rules applicable to all mining operations in WA. This is administered by the Department of Mines and Petroleum (DMP) Resources Safety Division.
Mines Safety and Inspection Regulations 1995 (MSIR – 1995)
The Regulations spell-out details of statutory requirements for all mines operating in WA. The Rules for Classified Plant on mine sites are detailed in Part 6, Division 3, of these Regulations
Wilshaw provide the independent technical competence to verify that their clients assets, plant and systems are designed, constructed and operate in accordance with the applicable industry standards, classification and statutory requirements
Their experience & knowledge covers a range of inspection types from conducting regulatory authority statutory inspections, non-statutory inspections, duty of care inspections, pre-purchase & premobilisation inspections, accident / incident inspections of fixed & mobile plant / machinery and equipment. Our team also includes AICIP qualified inspectors for the inspection of pressure equipment
For more information on Wilshaw’s Classified plant inspection capabilities call our Kalgoorlie office on (08) 9093 1910 or email: firstname.lastname@example.orgEnquire about Classified Plant Inspections