FAQ

We are based in Johannesburg in Woodmead but we are working with various stakeholders across the county thus increasing our footprint
The material is distributed through various channel to the intended audience. There is no cost attached to the material produced by the Mine Health and Safety Council
Yes we are part of the government. The MHSC is mandated to advise the Minister of Mineral Resources on occupational health and safety (OHS) issues in the mining industry
The MHSC is a national public entity (Schedule 3A) established in terms of the Mine Health and Safety Act, No 29 of 1996, as amended. The entity comprises a tripartite board represented by State, Employer, and Organised Labour members under chairmanship of the Chief Inspector of Mines. The MHSC is mandated to advise the Minister of Mineral Resources on occupational health and safety (OHS) issues in the mining industry relating to the development and implementation of the MHSC annual OHS research programme, reviewing and development of mining OHS legislation and dissemination (knowledge and technology transfer) of MHSC research outcomes to improve OHS conditions in the South African mining industry (SAMI).
Our Researchers are not office based. We utilize service providers through a tendering process.