SUPERIOR TRAINING FOR THE WA MINING SECTOR

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DMIRS NEW WORK HEALTH & SAFETY RISK MANAGEMENT UNITS FOR STATUTORY POSITIONS

Level 4 Course: (Supervisors/Team Leaders)

ONLINE SELF PACED: $750 per person
FACE TO FACE/VIRTUAL: $850 per person

(Extra fees apply for onsite training with you)

Level 5 Course: (All Level Managers)

ONLINE SELF PACED: $1100 per person
FACE TO FACE/VIRTUAL: $1200 per person

(Extra fees apply for onsite training with you)

Under the Work Health and Safety (Mines) Regulations 2022, the following units are required for individuals who are appointed in statutory positions.

WHS Risk Management Units for Statutory Positions Level 4 (Supervisors) – 2 units

 

Course Overview

This program meets the requirements of the Work Health and Safety (Mines) Regulations 2022 for units for statutory positions.

The following statutory positions (pitched at an AQF Level 4) require two units of competency:

  • Underground supervisor (non-coal)
  • Underground supervisor (coal)
  • Restricted quarry manager
  • Statutory supervisor
  • Mine air quality officer
  • Noise officer
  • Electrical supervisor

Units Required:

1. BSBWHS411 Implement and monitor WHS policies, procedures and programs
2. RIIRIS402E Carry out the risk management process

Learning Outcomes

At the completion of the workshop for WHS Risk Management for Statutory Positions Level 4 (Supervisors) participants will be able to:

  • Plan and prepare for implementation of the WHS risk management process
  • Identify workplace hazards
  • Assess workplace risk and identify unacceptable risk levels
  • Identify potential actions and develop risk controls
  • Implement and evaluate the risk controls
  • Audit the risk management process and complete records
  • Communicate, consult, and provide information and training to the work team about WHS policies and procedures

Learning Resources

Learner’s Guide
Online access via Pivot/MTA Online Learning System (POLS)
Materials can be customised to suit each organisation in terms of relevant documentation related to WHS and risk management

Assessment

In class or online assessments (where workshop is chosen) and post class project work and third-party report required to be done onsite.

Costs & Delivery

1. Face to Face or Virtual (zoom) Facilitated workshop – onsite or at our premises (Osborne Park) – three days.
Must attend days 2-4 (co-delivered with Program Two – level 5).
Cost: $850 (gst free)

2. Online self-paced Cost: $750 (gst free)

3. Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) – for *eligible participants only.
Cost: $500 (gst free)

4. *RPL and Credit Transfer is available for participants with extensive experience related to these units. Participants must complete relevant documentation and provide evidence that meets the relevant units.

5. ON-SITE (with you) facilitated workshopupon request bd@minetrainingaustralia.edu.au
Day 1-4 Managers
Day 2-4 Supervisors
We suggest an additional assessment day as the final workshop day (optional) or an assessment fee of $150 per person (gst free).

WHS Risk Management Units for Statutory Positions Level 5 (Managers) – 3 units

 

Course Overview

This program meets the requirements of the Work Health and Safety (Mines) Regulations 2022 for units for statutory positions. It covers the application of risk management and work health and safety for holders of Statutory Positions, in accordance with Schedule 26 of the Work Health and Safety (Mines) Regulations 2022.

These Regulations detail the requirements for the appointment of persons to statutory positions, which have specific workplace health and safety responsibilities. The following statutory positions (pitched at an AQF Level 5) require three units of competency:

  • Site senior executive
  • Exploration manager
  • Underground manager (non-coal)
  • Underground manager (coal) Quarry manager
  • Underground ventilation officer
  • Radiation safety officer

Units Required

1. BSBWHS411 Implement and monitor WHS policies, procedures and programs
2. RIIRIS402E Carry out the risk management process
3. RIIRIS501E – Implement and maintain management systems to control risk

Learning Outcomes

  • Plan and prepare to develop the framework for a risk management system
  • Develop the processes to support the risk management system
  • Plan and implement the risk management system
  • Identify workplace hazards
  • Assess workplace risk and identify unacceptable risk levels
  • Identify potential actions and develop risk controls
  • Implement and evaluate the risk controls
  • Audit the risk management process and complete records
  • Communicate, consult, and provide information and training to the work team about WHS policies and procedures
  • Monitor, review and update the risk management processes

Learning Resources

Learner’s Guide
Online access via Pivot/MTA Online Learning System (POLS)
Materials can be customised to suit each organisation in terms of relevant documentation related to WHS and risk management

Assessment

In class or online assessments (where workshop is chosen) and post class project work and third-party report required to be done onsite.

Cost & Delivery

1. Face to Face or Virtual (zoom) Facilitated workshop – onsite or at our premises (Osborne Park) – four days.
Must attend days 1-4 (co-delivered with Program one).
Cost: $1200 (gst free)

2. Online self-paced Cost: $1100 (gst free)

3. Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) – for *eligible participants only.
Cost: $750 (gst free)

4. *RPL and Credit Transfer is available for participants with extensive experience related to these units. Participants must complete relevant documentation and provide evidence that meets the relevant units.

5. ON-SITE (with you) facilitated workshop – upon request bd@minetrainingaustralia.edu.au
Day 1-4 Managers
Day 2-4 Supervisors
We suggest an additional assessment day as the final workshop day (optional) or an assessment fee of $150 per person (gst free).

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