PMPs must be submitted online using the Safety Regulation System (SRS).
What should be included in the project management plan (PMP) submission?
The submission for a project management plan (PMP) should contain relevant information at a level of detail corresponding with:
- information available at the time of its preparation
- the nature and scale of the operational and occupational health and safety hazards foreseen for the project.
Detailed help about the contents of a PMP is available online within the Safety Regulation System (SRS).
Who is responsible for the submission?
A representative of the principal employer is responsible for developing and submitting the PMP. If there is a significant change to an operation after approval of the PMP, the district inspector should be contacted to discuss whether additional information is required.
Lodging a PMP
Submitting a PMP is now an online operation using SRS – Approvals. Preparing a PMP for submission is a guided, step-by-step approach, with extensive online help facilities available. Unique identification numbers allow PMPs to be saved and re-called for further development over a number of sessions.
Following submission, feedback will be provided on assessment of the PMP. The company must nominate at least one administrator to register online for SRS access before a PMP can be submitted.
For enquiries contact Mines Safety Administration
Phone: (08) 9358 8079 or Email: MinesSafety@dmp.wa.gov.au
or your regional inspectorate office.
Find out your inspectorate area at Regional inspectorate boundaries for mining operations.