Legal

The Mine Safety Advisory Council (MSAC) is committed to enhancing the public availability, dissemination and exchange of information. To that end, the MSAC website has been established as an entry point to enable you to quickly and easily access information on the Internet in relation to topics of relevance to the New South Wales mining and extractives industry.

The MSAC does not warrant and does not represent that information contained in the MSAC website is complete, current, reliable and/or free from error. The MSAC website is not intended to be, and should not be relied upon as, the ultimate and complete source of information on any particular topic.

Linked sites

The MSAC website references other Internet sites through text links or mentioned in audio or video resources (hereafter referred to as 'linked sites').  These linked sites contain information collated and presented by Government agencies, third-party organisations and individuals.

The providers of the linked sites often have their own protocols and standards in relation to their sites and the information that appears on them. We urge you to familiarise yourself with these protocols and standards since the MSAC cannot warrant and does not represent that the linked sites are complete, current, reliable and/or free from error. The MSAC also cannot accept responsibility or liability for any loss, damage, cost or expense you might incur as a result of the use of or reliance upon the materials which appear at the linked sites. Bearing in mind the importance of freedom of expression to our democratic society, the MSAC does not necessarily endorse or support the views, opinions, standards or information expressed at the linked sites. Similarly, you should not interpret the absence of a link from MSAC website to any particular third-party site as a criticism or comment by the MSAC on the provider or content of that site.

Product names

The inclusion of a product name does not imply endorsement by the MSAC over any equivalent product from another manufacturer. No responsibility is taken for the accuracy, currency, reliability and correctness of any information provided by third parties.

Copyright in the material which appears at the MSAC website is, subject to the operation of the Copyright Act 1968, vested in the MSAC.

In keeping with the MSAC’s commitment to encouraging the availability, dissemination and exchange of information (and subject to the operation of the Act), you are welcome to reproduce the material which appears at the MSAC website, provided that you attribute the MSAC as the owner. However, you must obtain permission if you wish to:

  • Charge others for access to the material (other than at cost)
  • Include the material in advertising or a product for sale
  • Modify the material
  • Re-publish the material on a website.

You may freely link to the material on the MSAC website without formal permission.

In the event that you wish to reproduce, alter, store or transmit the material which appears at the MSAC website for a purpose other than personal, in-house or non-commercial use, you can apply to the MSAC for formal permission by writing to:

Mine Safety Communications Manager
Trade & Investment NSW
(Resources and Energy)
516 High Street
Maitland NSW 2320

Please note that the copyright in the materials appearing at Internet sites which are linked to the MSAC website vests in the author of those materials, or the author's licensee (subject to the operation of the Copyright Act 1968). The MSAC cannot and does not grant any permission or authority in respect of the copyright in the materials appearing at third-party Internet sites, and strongly recommends that you refer to the copyright statements at those sites before making use of the materials.

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