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Coal Mine Workers' Health Scheme Assessments

As of 1st April 2023, RSHQ (Resources Safety & Health Queensland) have made it mandatory that CMWS Health assessments are completed electronically via the Reshealth portal.

To Register as an employer or employee to create a HA# click the below link before calling us to make your booking.

Employer and employee will need to finalise sections before our clinic can access it to complete the medical.


The Coal Mine Workers’ Health Scheme (CMSHR1 – Health Assessment Form) is the standard medical assessment the Department of Natural Resources, Mines and Energy (DNRME) requires all coal mine workers to complete.

At BeWorkFit Mackay, we can provide Coal Mine Workers’ Health Scheme assessments and comprehensive medical assessments. The DNRME requires all coal mine workers to complete a Coal Mine Workers' Health Scheme at least once every five years.

Chest X-Rays (ILO Classification)

The International Labour Organisation (ILO) requires coal mine workers to undergo a chest x-ray for pneumoconioses (Black Lung). Underground and surface miners will need to complete a chest X-ray every five years. Most employers will request that potential employees undergo a chest X-ray. Lung screening in Australia provides the ILO B read report.

What to expect at your Coal Mine Workers’ Health Scheme Assessment appointment

The Coal Mine Workers’ Health Scheme Assessment normally takes between 60-90 minutes to complete and involves the following procedures:

  • Vision test and colour vision test
  • Urinalysis
  • Spirometry test
  • Audiogram/hearing test
  • Chest X-ray (ILO Standard)
  • Cardiovascular system examination
  • Respiratory function examination
  • Musculoskeletal system examination
  • Skin examination
  • Drug and alcohol screen (not medically mandatory)

After Hours

We do not offer after hours appointments. After hours assistance is available the Emergency Department at the Mackay Base Public Hospital. There is also the Mater Emergency After Hours Service located on Willets Road, North Mackay. This is a walk-in service only and fees apply.

In a medical emergency, please call 000 and ask for an ambulance.