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Dave's Story

Capabilities | Qualifications | Experience

Anderleigh Enterprises

Executive Director & Quarry Manager

2010 – Present


Responsibilities include:

Manage and facilitate successful application for Development Approval – Environmentally Relevant Activity 16(c) - Material Change of Use, up to 1,000,000 tonnes per annum;


Manage and facilitate successful grant of Mining Lease Upgrade, including negotiations with local indigenous community group;


Development and implementation of Site Based Management Plan and Plan of Operations;


Compliance with the Mining and Quarrying Safety and Health Act 1999 and Regulation 2001;


Initiating, contributing to and participating in fostering a safety and health culture within the mining industry;


Establish and nurture successful and long-term commercial relationships with clients both new and existing;


Monitoring safety and health performance at all times; Risk Management;


Operational oversight of EPA licensing and mines department regulations compliance;


Development and implementation of safety and health management system – staff training;


Management of production materials; Ensure zero harm policy is embraced in the workplace.
















NRW Mining

NRW Pty Ltd 2012 - 2013

Training Supervisor –

Roy Hill, Christmas Creek & Wheatstone Projects


The key goal of this role is to develop and improve operational skill levels of NRW workforce by coordinating all Competency Based Training for the project and ensuring all persons working on site are duly authorized, appointed and proficient.


This position facilitates the coordination of all staff training activities in line with the project and Business Unit training and development plans and is responsible for ensuring training and development records are accurately maintained.


This role acts as a mentor to provide support, guidance and assistance to the indigenous employees. Liaison with other NRW project training personnel is essential in order to ensure all training tools and resources are utilized efficiently, effectively and consistently across Wheatstone Project.

Thiess Mining

THIESS Pty Ltd 2011– 2012

Training Coordinator, Solomon Project


The key goal of this role is to develop and improve operational skill levels of the indigenous workforce by coordinating all Competency Based Training for the project and ensuring all persons working on site are duly authorized, appointed and proficient.


This position facilitates the coordination of all staff training activities in line with the project and Business Unit training anddevelopment plans and is responsible for ensuring training and development records are accurately maintained.


This role acts as a mentor to provide support, guidance and assistance to the indigenous employees.


Liaison with other Thiess project training personnel is essential in order to ensure all AM training tools and resources are utilized efficiently, effectively and consistently across Australian Mining.




























Department of Mines & Energy

Queensland Mines and Energy –

Southern Region 2006 – 2009

INSPECTOR of MINES - Small Mines Strategy, Southern Region


Responsibilities included:


Enforcing the Mining and Quarrying Safety and Health Act 1999 and Regulation 2001 and the Coal Mining Safety and Health Act 1999 and Regulation 2001;


Initiating, contributing to and participating in fostering a safety and health culture within the mining industry.


Providing clear and concise information, advice and guidance on compliance issues when required to Site Senior Executives.


Providing written reports associated with all inspections, audits and investigations both to Site Senior Executives and 

Department of Mines.


Inspecting and auditing mines and quarries to ensure controls are in place to reduce the risk of harm to employees and contractors.


Investigating accidents, incidents and complaints. Monitoring safety and health performance at mines.

Brisbane City Council 

SITE SENIOR EXECUTIVE

Brisbane City Council – Mt Cootha/Pine Mountain Quarries 2000 - 2006


WORKPLACE HEALTH & SAFETY OFFICER (Accredited)


Environmental Officer, IMS Auditor, Operations Training Supervisor, Mobile Crushing Supervisor.


Achievements


Developed and implemented operator TQ mining training system;


Formulated and implemented long-term quarry pit development strategies in respect to environment, production and safety.








Plant & Equipment Competencies (Over 25 years Experience)

As Operator, Trainer & Assessor and Workplace Health & Safety Auditor

Practical and Theory, including basic maintenance with the exclusion of electrical


Earned 250,000 hours LTI Free Recognition - BECHTEL

David Peacock, Quarry Manager

David has vast experience with government and industry leaders in the mining and extraction industries. A hands-on line management executive with over 25 years’ experience, David provides exceptional planning and leadership skills, evident in his roles as Training Coordinator for several top tier mining firms.


In these roles he coordinated all competency based training and was responsible for mentoring and supporting Indigenous employees. Dave was at the forefront of VTEC’s delivery to remote areas of the Pilbara in Western Australia. He delivered the package in collaboration with Fortesque Metals Group and Thiess achieving an 85% retention rate of Indigenous employees. He introduced the VTEC Model of Training Principles to NRW where he a achieved over 60% local Indigenous employment.


He is recognised as a strong enabler for enhancing Indigenous training and employment outcomes, the establishment of active community partnerships with elders, communities, government and peak bodies as well as business and industry.


A proud WulliWulli man from the Blackall, Charleville and Augathella areas of Queensland David was independently recognised by Institute of Quarrying Australia as a Certified Practicing Quarry Manager in 2012.

Excavators –

Cat, Komatsu, Hitachi

5t to260t

Dozer –

D7R, D8T, D9, D10T, D11R

Roller –

Ammann, CAT-CS56

Dump Truck -

CAT 740, 773, 775, 777, 789, Komatsu 785

Loader -

CAT, 966, 972, 980, 988, 992 CAT, Komatsu

WA480, 500, 600

IT –

CAT 980, Komatsu 320, Volvo L9

Water Trucks -

Volvo 370, Cat 740, 773,777, Bell B50D, Komatsu HM400, Hitachi

H400, Kenworth 950

D-double Road Train

  Backhoe

 Forklift

Bobcat

Graders –

CAT 14H, 16H, 14M and 16M

Light Vehicle up to Multi Combination

 Road Trains –

Kenworth, Mack and B-double side tippers

Road Trains –

Kenworth, Mack and B-double side tippers

Mobile Jaw Crusher

Horizontal Impactor

Cone Crusher

ALL Finlay, Chiefton, Terex Jacques and McCloskey Screening Plants