DMIRS COVID-19 coronavirus information
The Department of Mines, Industry Regulation and Safety (DMIRS) continues to manage risks associated with COVID-19 while working to provide a high level of service to Western Australian industries and communities.
The past three years have been challenging for our industries, businesses and people. Throughout the tough times, DMIRS has maintained its commitment to support and protect our workers, consumers and stakeholders.
Under the WA Government’s Updated Safe Transition Plan, which commenced on 5 February 2022, DMIRS has reviewed its business continuity plans to ensure services can continue and respond to any potential disruptions caused by COVID-19.
These measures will ensure that DMIRS is well placed to continue to support the Western Australian economy, industries and community.
If you have any questions, please contact us.
Information from DMIRS
Government Sector Labour Relations
Private Sector Labour Relations
Building and Energy
- Building and Energy Covid-19 safety advice
- Pool safety checklist for residents during COVID-19 pandemic (local government information)
- Electrical and gas safety while working from home
Resource and Environmental Regulation
- Administrative procedures amended to support the resources sector
- Suspension on issuing Miner's Rights and Section 40E Permits
- Continuity of Resource and Environmental Regulation Group services
- DMIRS works with stakeholders on COVID-19 coronavirus
- Tenement holders can apply for COVID-19 expenditure exemptions
- Coronavirus - What can be done to prepare for the possibility of a viral outbreak in the workplace? (announcement)
- What to do if a worker has COVID-19
- COVID-19 coronavirus - looking after your mental health
- COVID-19 coronavirus - frequently asked questions
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