$150,000 for mining community health and safety grants

Wednesday, 13 June, 2012

Schools and community groups in the mining areas of the Hunter, Central Coast and North West of the state can now apply for their share of $150,000 in the new Mine Safety Advisory Council (MSAC) grants program.

The MSAC aims to increase awareness of health and safety issues in mining communities with grants of up to $10,000 each available to schools and community groups.

Follow the three simple steps to apply: identify health and safety hazards in your community (enter as many as you want); submit your idea and tell your friends to vote for you; potentially win a grant from MSAC.

Applications close on 31 July 2012. Visit the MSAC website for more information: www.nswminesafety.com.au.

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