Information on submitting Presenter Abstracts to be considered for inclusion in the program

Abstract Submissions

Written Paper Guidelines


Abstracts Must be received by COB on: Friday 20 March 2020 with acceptances being announced by Friday 10 April. Following this date, the accepted Abstracts will be listed on this page

Intent of the Concurrent Sessions

The primary aim of the Conference is to provide a platform for gathering and disseminating important mining health and safety information.

This includes information from the industry itself, such as incidents and their causes, hazard controls and innovative solutions to health and safety issues. It also includes information and innovation developed outside the industry, challenging perceptions of how things can best be done in the resources sector.

There are no limitations as to where good ideas may originate.

We need to share all the relevant information we collect and be open to fresh ideas using the information collected by others.

The Concurrent Sessions should seek to impart health and safety information in keeping with the purpose of the Conference.

Successful Presenters must agree to

  • Make an oral presentation for up to 20 minutes at the Conference (Tuesday or Wednesday) and be prepared to take questions from the audience for up to 5 minutes.
  • Register as a delegate to attend the Conference. A concession on the Early Bird Registration Fee is offered to one presenter for each presentation accepted.
  • Cover own cost of travel and accommodation.
  • Prepare a written paper up to a maximum of 10 x A4 pages for submission by 28 August 2020 to the Conference Organiser for publication on the Conference website after the Conference.
  • Be present for the duration of the session in which you are presenting.