Are you looking for a Mining Site Supervisor S123 Training Course in Brisbane, Townsville or Onsite?
WorkSafe Connect has been delivering leading mining and quarrying focussed programs for over 10 years and is one of Queensland’s leading suppliers of both the full and refresher Site Supervisor program.
This 2-day course (also known as QMS or G189), provides participants with the knowledge and skills required to apply risk management processes, conduct safety and health investigations and communicate in the workplace in the mining industry and is compulsory for all Supervisors to be appointed on Qld Coal Mine Sites.
The program is made up of the following 3 nationally accredited units of competency (which are both recognised and required by the QLD Department of Mines for Site Supervisors):
Upon the successful completion of this course, participants will obtain a credit card sized ‘Competency ID Card’ along with the nationally recognised Statement of Attainment in both electronic and hard copy form.
WorkSafe Connect offers both the full course which requires 2 days of training as well as a refresher course which takes 1 day of training.
Both the S123 Mining Supervisor full course and S123 Mining Supervisor refresher course are offered monthly as part of our open course schedule or we can deliver these programs onsite or on demand subject to client requirements.
If you have any questions regarding which Mine Site Supervisor course is most suitable for you then please get in touch with a member of the WorkSafe Connect team today.
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7:30am 15th July 2020 to 16th July 2020
7:30am 5th August 2020 to 6th August 2020
7:30am 9th September 2020 to 10th September 2020
This unit covers the application of the processes and tasks to conduct inspections and to analyse risks, assess risks, recommend treatment, and contribute to implementation of treatments and to monitor risks. It also covers participation in the preparation, testing and documentation of safe working instructions or equivalent.
This unit covers the application of safety and health investigative processes at the operational level including the identification and collection of evidence, the analysis of evidence to identify the reasons for and results of the occurrence or situations, and the identification and documentation of courses of action to resolve and/or prevent re-occurrence of the issues or problems.
This unit covers the function required to effectively communicate information with other persons in the mining industry. This includes communicating verbally, communicating in written and report form, participating in meetings, making presentations, and participating in operational level negotiations.
Course ID: 665 - S123 (QMS) - Site Supervisor