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Peter Jordan
Non-Executive Chairperson
Nominee for the Construction, Forestry, Mining and Energy Union
Peter Jordan was appointed as a Director of Coal Services on 1 January 2012. He was also appointed Chairman for the two-year period of 2018-19. Peter has represented mine workers in the NSW coal mining industry for more than 30 years. He is President of the Northern Mining & NSW Energy District Branch of the Construction, Forestry, Mining and Energy Union (CFMEU) (Mining & Energy Division), a position he has held since October 2009, and is a Central Executive member of the CFMEU National (Mining & Energy Division). He is also President of the NSW Branch of the CFMEU. He was also Vice President of the Northern District Branch of the union from April 1993. Peter was previously the NSW Mining Official of the Federated Engine Drivers and Firemen’s Association (FEDFA), a position he held from 1986 until its amalgamation with the United Mineworkers Federation of Australia. Peter is also a Trustee of the Mineworkers Trust and represents the CFMEU as a Director of Unite Organising Pty Ltd. Peter was appointed by Minister for Primary Industries, the Hon. Steve Whan, as a member of the NSW Mine Safety Advisory Council on 8 February 2011. Peter is also involved in the Health Management Advisory Committee and the Musculoskeletal Disorders Project Steering Group. He has been a Non-Executive Director of the Hunter Region Westpac Rescue Helicopter Service Limited since 2007 and is also a member of its finance committee.
Term of appointment 01 January 2012 - Current
Lucy Flemming
Managing Director/CEO
Lucy Flemming joined Coal Services in August 2010 as Chief Financial Officer and was appointed Managing Director/CEO in December 2011, becoming the first female Director in the 90-year history of Coal Services and its predecessors.

Lucy’s career spans over 30 years during which time she has held executive positions in accounting, business, finance, investment and retail areas across both the private and public sectors. Her career includes 15 years of workers compensation experience, having spent seven years at WorkCover NSW where she managed various facets of workers compensation insurance.

Lucy continues to influence change in a challenging industry landscape by actively participating in forums, events and committees to raise the profile of Coal Services and its role in protecting workers and the NSW coal industry. She is a Trustee of the Coal Services Health & Safety Trust and sits on the NSW Mines Rescue Working Group, as well as advising many key industry health and safety groups and mining bodies. This involvement has been instrumental in building a robust specialist health and safety scheme, which over recent years has experienced injury rates and premiums at some of their lowest levels under her leadership.

Lucy holds a Bachelor of Business degree with a major in Accounting and sub-major in Law and is a qualified CPA. She is a Graduate Member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors, and has been a Director of Hospitality Employers Mutual Limited since February 2015.
Term of appointment 19 December 2011 - Current
Mark Genovese
Independent Non-Executive Director

Mark Genovese was appointed as a Director of Coal Services on 1 January 2013. Mark has over 30 years’ experience within the Australian Credit Union Movement, including periods as Chief Executive Officer of Esso Employees Credit Union and the public service-based Comtax Credit Union. He is now Chief Executive Officer of Unity Bank, formerly Maritime Mining and Power Credit Union (MMPCU). The Credit Union officially changed its name to Unity Bank on 1 March 2017.

Mark previously worked at Australia’s peak Credit Union body, Credit Union Services Corporation Australia, where his specific responsibility included managing the retail banking products provided to credit unions. He also represented the industry on the Australian Payments Council and VISA Australia Boards.

Mark managed the Australian Credit Union Movement’s international development activities, which are primarily focused within the South Pacific and South East Asian regions, and domestic development activities including the development of new credit unions and the expansion of existing credit union services within rural and regional Australia.

In recent years Mark has played a pivotal role in the development of the first cooperative raising of capital, where credit unions pooled their balance sheets to secure ‘mutual friendly’, affordable capital. He is also a Director of Cuscal.

Term of appointment 01 January 2013 - Current
The Hon. John Hannaford
Independent Non-Executive Director

The Hon. John Hannaford was appointed as a Director of Coal Services on 1 January 2013. John is the former Chair of the NSW Mine Safety Advisory Council, Chair of the Wentworth Institute of Higher Education Pty Ltd and has been appointed an Examiner with the Australian Crime Commission until 2017.

John is a lawyer and was a full-time Examiner with the Australian Crime Commission from 2003 to 2011. Between 2000 and 2003 he held various appointments including Adjunct Professor with University of Technology Sydney; Corporate Facilitator, Mediator and Arbitrator with part-time appointments to the NSW Workers Compensation Commission and District Court; member of the Commonwealth Government’s National Alternative Disputes Advisory Council; Special Inquiry Steward with NSW Harness Racing; Chair of the Panel to review the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Commission for the Commonwealth Government; and, has an appointment to the Professional Standards Review Panel of the Catholic Church in Australia.

From 1984 to 2000 he was a Member of the Legislative Council in the NSW Parliament where he held appointments as the Minister for State Development; Minister for Health; Minister for Community Services; Minister for Industrial Relations; Minister for Justice and Attorney-General. He was also Leader of the Government and of the Opposition in the Legislative Council.

Term of appointment 01 January 2013 - Current
David Moult
Non-Executive Director
Nominee for the NSW Minerals Council
David Moult was appointed as a Director of Coal Services in January 2015. He was also appointed Chairman for the two-year period of 2016-17. After qualifying in 1979 as a mining engineer, followed by an MBA from Nottingham University, UK, David spent nine years as a mine manager with British Coal and RJB Mining PLC (more recently UK Coal PLC). In 1995, David moved to Pittsburgh, USA, as Global Business Development Manager for Joy Mining Machinery with responsibility for the USA, UK, Republic of South Africa and Australia. In July 1997, he moved to Australia with Joy Mining Machinery as the Regional Vice President with responsibility for Queensland. In January 1998, David joined Centennial Coal Company Limited as the General Manager, Operations, and subsequently assumed the role of Chief Operating Officer before being appointed to Managing Director & CEO in July 2011 through to April 2017. David now holds the position of Non-Executive Director of Centennial Coal Company Limited. David is currently a director (and past chairman) of the NSW Minerals Council; chairman of the Australian Coal Association Low Emissions Technologies Limited Board (ACALET); and a member of University of NSW Education Trust Advisory Committee. He was previously a director of Minerals Council of Australia; the NSW Freight Advisory Council; Coal Innovation NSW (CINSW); and Australian Coal Association (ACA). In May 2014, through to project end in February 2015, David was also a member of the Minerals Industry Taskforce, tasked with providing a roadmap for the growth in the minerals sector within NSW.
Term of appointment 01 January 2015 - Current
Jamie Frankcombe

Jamie Frankcombe was appointed a Director in September 2017. Jamie has been the Executive General Manager - Operations at Whitehaven Coal since February 2013. He was previously Director Operations at Fortescue Metals Group Ltd.

Prior to that he has had extensive senior experience in coal mine operations and development including as the Chief Operating Officer of PT Adaro Indonesia, Executive General Manager - Americas for Xstrata Coal and General Manager Operations for Xstrata Coal's Hunter Valley open cut operations.

Jamie hold a Bachelor of Engineering (Mining) from Wollongong University and a Master of Business Administration (Technology) from APESMA Deakin University. Additionally he holds First Class Certificate of Competency qualifications for both the NSW and Queensland coal industry.

Andy Honeysett
Non-Executive Director
Nominee for the Construction, Forestry, Mining and Energy Union

Andy Honeysett was appointed a Director in January 2016. Andy is the President of the South- Western District Branch of the CFMEU (Mining and Energy Division). He has held that position since December 2009 representing miners from Mudgee, Lithgow, Wollongong and Broken Hill regions.

Andy has held positions on the District Board of Management and the Mining and Energy Division’s Central Council, the divisions governing body. He is a member of the National CFMEU Executive, a Trustee of the Mineworkers Trust and holds an executive position with the State Branch of the CFMEU.

Andy has 24 years of experience as an underground coal miner. He was appointed to the NSW Mine Safety Advisory Council in 2011, appointed to the Mining Competence Board in 2012 and a member of the NSW Resources Advisory Forum.

Term of appointment 01 January 2016 - Current