First established in 1972, Millers Metals has been an independently owned and operated family business for the last 40 years. Starting from scratch with shovels and picks, it has now grown to have a substantial fleet of vehicles, plants and machinery.
In the last 10 years, Millers has expanded its business into mobile crushing, being contracted out to various privately/ council owned pits providing a blasting, crushing and screening service.
Additionally to this, a second quarry has been open located an hour away from West Wyalong NSW in Forbes NSW. This increased the business capacity to provide product to various companies as Miller’s delivers from both yards.
The company consists of approximately 23 employees with the number steadily growing as the company does. Future expansion plans include moving into sand and recently the company has procured white metal
Peter Miller - CEO/General Manager
Peter first started the company in conjunction with his father in 1972 and has been there ever since. From humble beginnings, Pete has worked this business from the ground and up and now with his son, continues to run the company. Peter can usually be found in the yard operating the loader.
M: 0428 696 565
Jamie Miller - Mobile Crushing Manager/Production Manager
Jamie has grown up working for the company and in 1998 branched out into the mobile crushing business running up to 5 mobile crushers at a time. His role primarily keeps him out of the yard, as his skills include the handling and use of explosives.
Millers Metals is committed to ensuring, as far as reasonably practicable, a safe place of work for all employees, contractors and visitors across all sites.
Millers Metals objectives are:
- Comply with all relevant health, safety and environment acts, regulations, mandatory standards and codes of practice. Where these do not exist, Millers will fall back on its own internal policy and procedures to ensure a positive impact on health, safety, the environment and quality.
- Actively promote accident preventions methods and ensure each employee understands their responsibility to themselves, fellow workers and family.
- Promote the active identification of all hazards in the workplace and where possible eliminate them. Where this is not possible, mitigate the risk by implementing risk management systems that assess control and monitor.
- Educate and train employees on their OHS responsibilities and accountabilities in the workplace.
- Establish, review, document and monitor measurable Health, Safety, Environment and Quality objectives and targets to continually improve our performance
As part of the safety management plan, contractors will be subject to our ‘Contractor Management Program’. This includes undergoing risks assessments, inductions and providing Millers Metals with documents such as certificates of currency for public liability and workers compensation. Training records, safe work method statements and copies of Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) for chemicals that will be brought onto and used will also need to be provided. High risk contractors will need to provide a copy of their Safety Management Plan prior to commencing work on site.
When working on Mine Sites, contractors will fall under the Mines Department and will need to meet their requirements.
For more information please contacts Millers Metals OH&S Manager.
Pollution Incident Response Management Plan
In accordance with the Protection of the Environment (POE) Act 1997, Millers Metals has prepared a Pollution Incident Response Management Plan (PIRMP) A PDF copy of the plan for each quarry can be downloaded via the icons below.
West Wyalong Quarry (July 2018) 25D PIRMP Wyalong.pdf (522 kb)
In accordance with the POE Act 1997, any data collected on Millers Metals sites in relation to pollution monitoring in accordance with Licence will be published on this website as information becomes available.
Millers Metals in committed to maintaining good relations with surrounding communities. Environmental complaints can be forwarded via email, contacting the business direct or alternately contacting the Environmental Protection Agency.
Please email or fax your resume and qualifications to West Wyalong Quarry, (see contact details at top of page). Various positions exist at our various sites and mobile operations. Please be prepared to undergo a full medical as some work requires entry onto mine sites..
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