RISKGATE: promoting and redefining best practice for risk management in the Australian coal industry

Kirsch, Philipp, Goater, Sarah, Harris, Jill, Sprott, Darren and Joy, Jim (2012). RISKGATE: promoting and redefining best practice for risk management in the Australian coal industry. In: Naj Aziz, Bob Kininmonth, Jan Nemcik and Ting Ren, Proceedings of the 2012 Coal Operators' Conference. 2012 Coal Operators' Conference, Wollongong, NSW, Australia, (316-326). 16-17 February 2012.

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Author Kirsch, Philipp
Goater, Sarah
Harris, Jill
Sprott, Darren
Joy, Jim
Title of paper RISKGATE: promoting and redefining best practice for risk management in the Australian coal industry
Conference name 2012 Coal Operators' Conference
Conference location Wollongong, NSW, Australia
Conference dates 16-17 February 2012
Proceedings title Proceedings of the 2012 Coal Operators' Conference
Journal name Proceedings of the 2012 Coal Operators' Conference
Place of Publication Wollongong, NSW, Australia
Publisher The University Of Wollongong Printery
Publication Year 2012
Sub-type Fully published paper
ISBN 9781921522574
Editor Naj Aziz
Bob Kininmonth
Jan Nemcik
Ting Ren
Start page 316
End page 326
Total pages 11
Collection year 2013
Language eng
Formatted Abstract/Summary
RISKGATE, an ACARP funded initiative, is an interactive online risk management system designed to assist in the analysis of priority unwanted events unique to the Australian coal mining industry. The system is innovative in that it is built upon a foundation of expert knowledge gathered through action research workshops, further supported by a substantive and diverse array of industry, academic and technological resources. In operation, RISKGATE offers an innovative tool to assist industry partners and regulators alike in the design, management and reporting of organisational and regulatory compliance requirements. In practice, RISKGATE provides a continuum for knowledge transfer and redefining best practice in risk identification, assessment and management in the coal industry. The RISKGATE prototype in its early phase of testing for priority of unwanted events of most relevance to coal mining is presented.
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