How do I become a quarry manager?

How do I become a quarry manager?

Quarry Managers holding a Certificate of Competency in NSW must undertake 90 hours of professional development over 5 years (which equates to 18 hours per year). Learning does not have to be undertaken every year, but a maximum of 30 hours may be achieved in any one year.

Are lagoons dangerous?

First, the water is as toxic as ammonia with a pH level of 11.

Can you swim in Chinnor quarry?

Chinnor Quarry site has been an attraction to the public for many years for swimming in the disused lake. The lake itself holds deep water with hazardous/unknown objects inside, harmful to those who are choosing to swim there, and there is limited lifesaving equipment available. ...

Is chinnor quarry safe?

Trespassers are being warned to stay out of Chinnor quarry amid reports it was "overwhelmed" with hundreds of people over the weekend. The quarry may look like a beautiful place to spend a sunny day, but it is private land and swimming in the water is "extremely dangerous", police have warned.

How do quarries fill with water?

So most quarries fill up naturally from groundwater seeping in and from rain once they're closed and the pumps are removed. As a side note these “sump holes” where the pump intakes where located are usually the deepest part of a quarry and an interesting area to explore.

Where is the largest mine for granite?

Mount Airy

Which state produces the most granite?

This includes major areas of continuing, modern quarrying. According to, in 2016 there were 276 quarries producing natural stone in 34 states, and states producing the most granite were Texas, Massachusetts, Indiana, Wisconsin, and Georgia.