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Post by Stingray on Mon 26 Jun 2017, 5:56 pm

Don't forget that anyone who has a granted tenement needs to submit an MRF report by 30 June - even if you don't have a POW in place and haven't done any ground disturbing activities. See below.

Stingray

Mining Rehabilitation Fund (MRF)  Closes 11:59pm on Friday 30 June 2017
There is less than two weeks to go before the end of the MRF 2016/2017 reporting period.
If you have not lodged your report, please complete it as soon as possible.  The MRF team wants to avoid sending out infringement notices this year and will help tenement holders to complete their reports on time.
If you do not have access to a computer, ‘public access’ computers are available in the Library at Mineral House on Level 1 and at each of the regional offices where staff can assist you in completing your MRF report. It is also possible to submit your report using a smartphone or tablet.
The MRF team is available to assist you if you have any questions, so please don’t hesitate to get in touch by e-mail, on the telephone or in person.
E-Mail :           mrfenquiry@dmp.wa.gov.au
Phone :          (08) 9222 3162
For more information on MRF reporting and how to lodge your report, please refer to the following documents located on the MRF Webpage  under the section headed “What is the MRF?”.
Mining Rehabilitation Fund FAQs
Mining Rehabilitation Fund Guidance
MRF annual audit program
The MRF Team runs an annual audit program to ensure tenement holders submit accurate data and fulfil their MRF reporting requirements. Historical MRF reports for a tenement can also be included in an MRF Audit where discrepancies are noted.
The Department of Mines and Petroleum (DMP) regulates approximately 20,000 mining related tenements. The MRF Team is aiming to audit every tenement within a five year audit cycle and is currently on track to meet a target of auditing 4,000 tenements for the 2016/2017 financial year, having already audited 3,002 tenements by the end of March 2017.
Audits are undertaken on tenements based on risk and audit frequency.

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