Register your

business and workers

The Registration Process

The BHP Mt Arthur Coal Contractor Management System process allows a business and its workers to become compliant to work for BHP Mt Arthur Coal. Generally, this process is completed on behalf of a company and its workers by a nominated company administrator.

We suggest you read through the process below before starting and allow yourself time to source and upload the documents and information about your employees who will work for BHP Mt Arthur Coal.

Please visit the Help and Resources page for user guides.

Let’s get started!

Step 1 > Register your business

Click the REGISTER button at the top of the page to find the system.

> Start by selecting the country your business operates in, and then search for your ABN

> Enter contact details, including email and business address and phone number

> Select Request Registration to have the business registration verified and be emailed login details

Already have an account? Click Back to login above Business Details Registration.

The next steps are to add your workers to ensure their compliance to work for BHP Mt Arthur Coal.

Step 2 > Add your workers

Now your business is registered, you can login and add your workers in the system! You’ll start by selecting Manage Roles and then Add New Employee. From here you can enter and save their personal contact details, address, phone and email.

Step 3 > Pay for worker registration and access card

With your workers in the system, you can pay for their registration and order their access ID cards to work for BHP Mt Arthur Coal.

Worker registration is valid for five years and costs $100 + GST per person for the management of roles, verification of documents, and supply of card. Annual support and maintenance costs $30 + GST per person. A tax invoice will be supplied on payment.

Please note: If you have recently paid for the Asset Induction for your worker, you will NOT BE REQUIRED to pay the full $100 + GST registration fee at this time. Instead, you will only be charged $1 + GST per worker for:

– Worker registration (valid for five years)

– Role management

– Document verification

– All online training

– Access ID card

This $1 + GST fee applies only to those with valid Asset Inductions, and you are still required to follow the process outlined on this page to register them in the contractor management system.

Step 4 > Add roles, upload documents and book training

Next select your worker’s name to Add New Role and choose the role/s they’ll perform for BHP Mt Arthur Coal.

You will select a role from these two options for each worker:

– MAC Worker, OR

– MAC Worker Appointed (for Electrical, Mechanical or Supervisory roles at BHP Mt Arthur Coal, requiring a Letter of Appointment).

You’ll be prompted to upload:

– Proof of ID

– Letters of competency

– Letter of Appointment (for MAC Worker Appointed role only)

As you’ve chosen a role, corresponding training will have also been selected for your worker, you will receive an email with links to the online courses they must complete before coming to work at BHP Mt Arthur Coal.

For more information about Letters of Appointment, online training, and Electrical role classroom training, visit the Roles and Inductions page.

Step 5 > Pegasus validates documents and applies roles

Pegasus will validate the documents you’ve uploaded for your workers during registration. You’ll be emailed if there are any issues and given a chance to update the information. Upon document approval and induction completion, the roles will be applied to your workers in the system and their access ID cards printed and sent.

Step 6 > Medical requirements

After completing all the steps to register your worker in the Contractor Management System, you must ensure their medical requirements have been met. Please click to read the BHP Mt Arthur Coal Contractor Medical Requirements to complete your registration.

It’s important that you keep your company and worker’s details up to date. You’ll be emailed if any of documents are expiring so you can update them in the system to maintain compliance.