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Application of Mining & Quarrying Safety and Health Act

Issued by Department of Transport and Main Roads - RoadTek

Invitation to Offer

Status: Current
Mega Category: General goods and services
Number: RT17
Released: Mon, 17 Dec 2018 at 10:09AM Brisbane, Queensland
Closing: Wed, 30 Jan 2019 at 2:00PM Brisbane, Queensland
UNSPSC: Management and Business Professionals and Administrative Services - (100%)
Region/s: Cairns & Far North Queensland
Mount Isa & North West Region
The Central West
South West & Darling Downs
Townsville
Mackay Whitsunday Region
Rockhampton
Gladstone
Wide Bay Burnett
South East Queensland

Section 1

Tender Overview

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The Department of Transport and Main Roads invites offers for the provision of specialist skills to enhance TMR systems and capabilities in relation to the application of the Mining and Quarrying Safety and Health Act 1999 (MQSHA).

~The Department of Transport and Main Roads undertake a range of activities across the State that involve the utilisation of quarried materials for infrastructure construction and maintenance programs. The material for these activities are sourced from TMR owned quarries/pits or commercially operated quarries.
A review of TMR’s business systems has identified opportunities to improve the systems and how they are implemented. In particular, establishing systems that balance the need to comply with both the Mining and Quarrying Safety and Health Act (MQHSA) and the Work Health and Safety Act (WHSA), including when site activities potentially change regimes.
TMR manages pits/quarries across the state. As the holder of these pits/quarries TMR discharges obligations to RoadTek, * external Consultants or in some instances local government through contractual arrangements. Typical activities conduct by TMR at  quarries/pits includes: extracting, screening, crushing, load and haul and dispatching road-base and gravel materials. Pits/quarries may also be maintained for the purpose of stockpiling material or with the intention of future use after extraction activities have ceased.


* RoadTek is a branch of TMR that provides construction and maintenance services across a large road network throughout the state in both urban and remote locations.

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Section 2

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Other Contacts
users Margaret Summersford
Type Contractual
email Roadtek_RPC_QTender@tmr.qld.gov.au
users Claire Addie
Type Technical
email RoadTek_RPC_Qtender@tmr.qld.gov.au

Section 3

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Section 4

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Closes at Wed, 30 Jan 2019 at 2:00PM Brisbane, Queensland


Briefing help

A briefing session will be held at Floor 7, 313 Adelaide St, Brisbane at 21 Jan, 2019 2:00 PM . Time and location will be provided upon Registeration of your interest via email to Roadtek_rpc_qtender@tmr.qld.gov.au by - close of business 17 January 2019
alert Attendance at the briefing is a pre-requisite to submission and consideration of a bid.

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