Mine Health and Safety law has increased in importance since 1997 when the Mine Health and Safety Act 29 of 1996 was first introduced.  The accessibility of Mine Health and Safety law is of extreme importance to legal practitioners in Mine Health and Safety law, legal advisors, mining inspectors and managerial and supervisory personnel at mines.

LexisNexis and ENS have recently introduced the easiest and most cost effective access to the MHSA and the regulations which are binding thereunder, being the Mine Health and Safety Regulations and the Minerals Act Regulations, as well as the Guidelines Issued by the Chief Inspector of Mines.

Expertly compiled by Willem le Roux, ENS Mine and Occupational Health and Safety director and author of a comprehensive commentary on Mine Health and Safety Law (Vol. I and II), these pocket-sized sources are a must have.

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