The ‘Queensland Mining Industry Health and Safety Conference Legends Award’ was established by the Conference Committee in 2017 to recognise persons in the Queensland Mining Industry who have made substantial, sustained and significant improvements to health and safety in the Queensland Mining Industry.
A Perpetual Trophy, shown below, was commissioned through Simtars. Each recipient is invited to attach a personalised mine tag to the Trophy.
In addition, each recipient receives a Personal Trophy, recognising the occasion, and a lifetime complimentary registration to attend future QMIHS Conferences.
This Trophy is presently on display in the Reception at Simtars at 2 Robert Smith Street, Redbank.
Nominations will be called following each conference, with the closing date set for the last Friday in March. In 2022, this is Friday 25 March
Nominations are to be addressed to the Secretary and must include:
- Name and contact details of the person making the nomination
- Name and contact details of the nominee
- An overview of what the nominee has achieved in improving health and safety in the Queensland mining industry
- Reasons why the nominee should be recognised as a Mining Legend.
Nominations will be reviewed by the Conference Committee, using a predetermined scoresheet to select up to two winners for each year – one from the coal and one from the minerals sectors.
Please forward your nomination to the Conference Organser: firstname.lastname@example.org with the Subject Heading: 2023 Legends Award Nomination
|2019||Hag Harrison||Download (PDF)|
|Peter Dent||Download (PDF)|
|2018||Frank Windridge||Download (PDF)|
|2017||John Brady |
14/08/1945 – 9/7/2020
|Ron McKenna||Download (PDF)|
|2022||Greg Dalliston||Download (PDF)|
|Jim Parsons||Download (PDF)|