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Inspectorate Structured Audit (SAG) Report On Gas Management. A Copy Of The Report, Mandatory Corrective Actions (MCAs, Two In Number) And Recommended Corrective Actions (RCAs, Six In Number) Had Been Forwarded To Mr Kirsten By Email.

Inspectorate Structured Audit (SAG) Report on Gas Management. A copy of the Report, Mandatory Corrective Actions (MCAs, two in number) and Recommended Corrective Actions (RCAs, six in number) had been forwarded to Mr Kirsten by email.

Inspectors Marlborough and Gouldstone provide their Audit Report on Gas Management inform the Grosvenor Management that there are Two Mandatory Corrective Actions and Six Recommended Corrective Actions. MRE – Grosvenor Coal Mine Gas Audit- 09.05.2018.pdf

There is no indication of what these Corrective Actions are.

Just that there were

no points in dispute and the Mine expected to furnish the Department (Inspector Gouldstone) with a response within a week.

It is expected that the report, findings and response will be included in the Mine Record.

 

Inspectors Richard Gouldstone and Les Marlborough arrived at the Mine at 1 1:30am to deliver the Structured Audit (SAG) Report on Gas Management conducted between 17 and 19 April 2018.

Present at the Meeting in addition to the Inspectors was Mr Marc Kirsten (SSE)l; Ms Kate Bachmann (Safety & Health Manager); Mr Trent Griffiths (SSE); Mr Rob Nowell (Production Manager); Mr Michael Webber (VO); Mr Garry Morrissey (Ventilation and Gas Drainage Superintendent); Mr Wayne Pate (Compliance Superintendent); Mr Scott Seears (Gas Compliance Coordinator)

A copy of the Report, Mandatory Corrective Actions (MCAs, two in number) and Recommended Corrective Actions (RCAs, six in number) had been forwarded to Mr Kirsten by email.

The inspectors made the following points –

The Mine had prepared extremely well and were able to furnish the Department with almost all the necessary documentation well in advance of the audit which meant there was very little wasted time.

All persons involved were helpful, well informed and assisted as required.

The MCAs and RCAs were read through and a discussions took place where clarification was sought. Inspector Gouldstone passed the hard copies to Mr Kirsten for him to sign and establish with his team the details of the response, and a timetable for implementation of the Actions required.

There were no points in dispute and the Mine expected to furnish the Department (Inspector Gouldstone) with a response within a week.

It is expected that the report, findings and response will be included in the Mine Record.

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