Mining Supervisor Training (G1, G8 & G9) with G2
Mining Supervisor Training (G1, G8 & G9) with G2 course has been designed for those employed in the resource industry who are required to undertake the role of and perform the duties and requirements of a Site Supervisor, Mine Supervisor and Safety & Health Representative.
This course has been developed for participants employed in the mining, construction, and civil industries. Anyone who preforms the duties of a mine supervisor as dictated by legislation.
The Mining Supervisor Training (G1, G8 & G9) with G2 course is designed to cover the application of the processes and tasks to conduct inspections and to identify, analyse, assess risks, recommend treatment, contribute to implementation of treatments and to monitor risks. It also covers participation in the preparation, testing and documentation of site working instructions or equivalent.
Provider of Training and Assessment
This course is delivered and assessed on behalf of Queensland Training and Development Pty Ltd RTO 32238” by Safe Act Pty Ltd
Important information prior to enrolment for the Mining Supervisor Training
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Safe Act Pty Ltd delivers this nationally recognised training in partnership with, and under the auspices of, Queensland Training and Development Pty Ltd RTO 32238.
Unit(s) Being Delivered for Mining Supervisor Training
The following unit(s) will be awarded to successful participants in this course. The certificate will be issued by Queensland Training and Development Pty Ltd RTO 32238;
This course will be delivered
- Safe Act, 54 Cessnock Rd, Weston NSW 2326
- or in the workplace
An individual undertaking this course will need to demonstrate the following to be eligible for entry:
- The ability to read and write basic English and interpret workplace documentation, policies and procedures
- The ability to communicate and use appropriate language and non-verbal features to provide support, give instructions or request information
- Have basic computer skills to prepare and deliver a presentation/ graphical report using a clear and concise structure and format.
Face to Face – over two days, 9hours each day – full face to face course
Course Fees and Payments
- Please refer to our booking calendar for individual course fees.
- Refund and fee protection policy – Please refer to the student handbook.
- Payment Terms – Payment for individual participants is upfront, group booking payment terms are based on agreement between the client and service provider.
Individuals undertaking this course will be expected to complete both written and practical assessment tasks.
Certificate Renewal Requirements
No industry recommended renewal is identified on the certificate, employers are recommended to consult with stakeholders to identify appropriate training periods.
Learning Rights, Responsibilities and Support, including Complaints
Please note that enrolment to this course is made with Queensland Training and Development Pty Ltd RTO 32238. Please refer to the student handbook located on the RTO website qtad.com.au (https://qtad.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/9.1-Student-information-guide-v1a.pdf) for all details relating to rights and responsibilities including complaints and appeals.
Work Placement Arrangements
No work placement will be required as part of this course.
- Apply risk management process
- Plan and prepare for risk management
- Identify and assess unacceptable risk
- Identify and recommend risk controls
- Contribute to the implementation of risk controls
- Review risk management documentation
- Conduct safety and health investigations
- Determine the objectives and develop investigation plan
- Gather information
- Evaluate information
- Identify courses of action
- Prepare and present investigation reports
- Communicate information
- Plan and prepare to communicate information
- Communicate information to achieve work activity outcomes
- Develop and perform work activity presentation
- Participate in resolving conflicts
- Carry out the risk management process
- Plan and prepare for implementing the risk management process
- Identify workplace hazards
- Assess workplace risks and identify unacceptable risk levels
- Identify potential actions and develop risk controls
- Implement and evaluate risk control
- Audit the risk management process and complete records
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Mining Supervisor Training (G1, G8 & G9) with G2
The Mining Supervisor Training (G1, G8 & G9) with G2 course is designed to cover the application of the processes and tasks to conduct inspections and to identify, analyse, assess risks, recommend treatment, contribute to implementation of treatments and to monitor risks.
Mining Supervisor Training (G1, G8 & G9) with G2 course meets the requirements for the position of a Supervisor in the Resources Industry as per s.56 of the Coal Mining Safety and Health Act 1999 and s.51 of the Mining and Quarrying Safety and Health Act 1999 and are recognised by both Coal Mining Safety and Health Advisory Committee and the Mining Safety and Health Advisory Committee.
Mining Supervisor Training (G1, G8 & G9) with G2 course comprises three units of competency which have specified by the Coal and Metalliferous Mining Safety and Health Advisory Boards for any person authorised to supervise workers on a mine. These competencies are required to be refreshed at least every 5 years as per Reg. 84 of the Coal Mining Safety and Health Regulation 2017 (Qld).
Appropriate and effective supervision at any level of an organisation is critical in ensuring that risk to workers is at an acceptable level. The supervisor is the immediate interface between management and the workforce, and has the responsibility of interpreting senior management directions and the safety culture encompassed in the safety and heath management system, and then interpreting and implementing the policies and procedures. This cannot be done effectively without significant organisational support, including resources.
s23. Meaning of supervisor A supervisor at a mine is a worker who is authorised by the site senior executive to give directions to other workers.
- Supervision is a critical management function that must be reflected in an organisation’s safety and health management system and organisational structure.
- Supervisors must have a clear and realistic role and position description that reflects their accountabilities and responsibilities.
- Supervisors must have the time and resources to effectively supervise all of their workers and the tasks they undertake.
- Supervision has a key influence on the way teams perform. Therefore, the way supervision is delivered must be appropriate for the way the team functions.
- Individuals with any form of supervisory role must have the necessary competence and opportunity (including time to carry out supervisory roles, interaction with the people they are supervising and respect from those people) to fulfil their responsibilities.
- Supervisors must have adequate content knowledge to ensure they are able to identify hazards, assess risks and establish effective controls.
- The closeness of direct supervision must reflect the level of risk workers are exposed to and their skill level and experience. This is critically important where administrative controls such as procedures are the primary risk reduction method, i.e., a failure to follow a procedure results in exposure to an uncontrolled hazard.
- Contractors can have a significant impact on health and safety performance (positive or negative). Hence, supervision of contractors must be effectively managed.
- Organisational arrangements must ensure effective leadership in emergency situations.
What do Supervisors do?
- perform direct and indirect supervision
- supervise activities at an appropriate level based on the risk of the task
- problem solve and make decisions
- manage time and control hours of work
- implement direction from senior management
- manage people
- monitor, control and are accountable for work output and quality
- organise people and resources
- investigate, and report incidents
- implement corrective actions
- undertake risk assessments, including developing and reviewing procedures, job observations, JSAs, SWIs, etc.
- perform planned job or behaviour observations
- manage performance
- communicate, mentor, coach, train and assess workers, or arrange training
- perform administrative functions, manage human resources and complete documentation, including
- shift handovers
- safety meetings, including toolbox talks
- plan and authorise leave, including sick leave, recreational leave, etc
- incident reviews and reports
- performance review paperwork
- supply ordering and receiving, and
- general communication, including e-mail, updates, etc.
Mining Supervisor Training (G1, G8 & G9) with G2 course meets the requirements
Introducing Mining Supervisor Training (G1, G8 & G9) with G2!
At Safe Act, we are dedicated to preparing you to unlock your potential in the mining industry. That’s why we offer comprehensive Mining Supervisor Training (G1, G8 & G9) with G2. This course is specifically designed for individuals employed in the resource industry who are required to fulfill the role of a Site Supervisor, Mine Supervisor, and Safety Health Representative.
Our Mining Supervisor Training (G1, G8 & G9) with G2 course covers a wide range of essential skills and knowledge needed to excel in the mining, construction, and civil industries. It is suitable for anyone performing the duties of a mine supervisor as dictated by legislation.
During the course, you will learn to apply risk management processes, conduct inspections, identify and assess risks, recommend treatment, contribute to the implementation of treatments, and monitor risks. You will also gain expertise in the preparation, testing, and documentation of site working instructions or equivalent.
Delivered and assessed on behalf of Queensland Training and Development Pty Ltd, RTO 32238, our Mining Supervisor Training (G1, G8 & G9) with G2 course is nationally recognized. It meets the requirements for the position of a Supervisor in the Resources Industry as per the relevant acts and is endorsed by both the Coal Mining Safety and Health Advisory Committee and the Mining Safety and Health Advisory Committee.
The course comprises three units of competency: RIIRIS301E Apply risk management processes (G1), RIIWHS301E Conduct safety and health investigations (G8), and RIICOM301E Communicate information (G9). Additionally, it includes RIIRIS402E Carry out the risk management process (G2).
In the fast-paced world of mining, effective supervision is the key to success and safety. Our training program is meticulously designed to empower aspiring supervisors like you with the fundamental tools, strategies, and regulations required to excel in this demanding role.
Embark on a transformative learning experience as you delve into the intricacies of mine safety, risk assessment, hazard identification, and emergency preparedness. With our expert guidance, you will develop a deep understanding of the mining industry’s best practices, ensuring the well-being of your team and the productivity of operations.
The comprehensive curriculum covers everything from leadership and communication skills to regulatory compliance and incident management. Through engaging discussions, real-life case studies, and practical simulations, you’ll gain invaluable insights into the complexities of managing a mining team, fostering a culture of excellence, and driving operational efficiency.
Our dedicated instructors, with extensive industry experience, are committed to your success. They will guide you every step of the way, providing personalized attention and invaluable mentorship. Through their guidance, you’ll develop the leadership qualities necessary to inspire your team, maximize productivity, and navigate the ever-changing landscape of the mining sector.