This qualification is a Mining Safety and Health Advisory Council requirement for people who are elected as a Site, Safety and Health Representative or hold a position of ‘supervisor’ on a mine site, as defined by their relevant legislation. Therefore, a work place may make an undertaking to have persons in other positions undertake this training too.
Elements and Performance Criteria:
- Plan and prepare for risk management
- Assess and identify unacceptable risk
- Review risk management documentation
- Identify and recommend controls
- Contribute to the implementation of controls
- WHS legislation and regulations
- Appropriate resources and infrastructure context and language
- Topics or subject areas which are target for assessment and treatment
- Site risk management systems and their application
- Conventions and requirements for written communications including report writing
- Problem solving techniques
- Obtains and applies relevant documentation, policies and procedures
- Implements the requirements, procedures and techniques for the safe, effective and efficient completion of risk management processes
- Works effectively with others to undertake and complete the application of risk management processes that meets all the required outcomes
- Demonstrates completion of the application of risk management processes that safely, effectively and efficiently meets all of the required outcomes
RTO Statement of Attainment upon successful completion
This training and assessment is conducted under a Registered Partnership Arrangement with Registered Training Organisation WH&S More Skills RTO ID 32365 Ph: 1300 186 308
Enclosed Footwear, 100 points of ID, Hard Hat (if owned) & Weather suitable clothing, Lunch & Smoko. Tea & Coffee Provided.
- Ability to speak, read & write English.
- Please note: This course may require particpants to operate heavy equipment for the practical components of Training & Assessments. To ensure a high level of safety during the course, participants may be subjected to random Drug & Alcohol testing. Your acceptance of this is confirmed upon registering as a participant of this course.
From 1st January 2015 each student that will be commencing nationally recognised training in Australia is required to have a Unique Student Identifier (USI) to be able to obtain their certificate or qualification from their registered training organisation.
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