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G3: GMIRM Risk Management Systems

Delivered by Sustainable Minerals Institute

Overview

This course delivers practical and effective risk management training for people in the resources sector. 

Gain the essential knowledge and skills for identifying workplace hazards and making effective decisions about risk. Develop your understanding, appreciation and application of risk management policy and procedures.

In Queensland, the G3: GMIRM Risk Management System short course is mapped against the industry competency:

  • RIIRIS601E: Establish and Maintain the Risk Management System.

Upcoming courses

Delivery mode
in-person, workshop
Date
18–21 June 2024
8.00am–4.30pm (GMT+10) Brisbane time
Location
Sir James Foots Building (#47A) , St Lucia
Time commitment
48 hours
Delivery mode
in-person, workshop
Date
18–21 November 2024
8.00am–4.30pm (GMT+10) Brisbane time
Location
Sir James Foots Building (#47A) , St Lucia
Time commitment
48 hours

Who should attend

Managers seeking to upskill their risk management expertise, including:

  • mine, project or section managers
  • superintendents
  • mine captains
  • plant supervisors
  • senior technical staff
  • safety managers and practitioners
  • division or corporate technical and functional staff such as engineering, ventilation, safety, human resources, finance and procurement.

Entry requirements

There are no compulsory prerequisites for this course.

Knowledge of how to apply risk management processes (RIIRIS301E) is recommended.

What you'll learn

  • Explaining complex risk management information to superiors/subordinates.
  • Applying coaching and mentoring support to supervisors who are carrying out risk management activities.
  • Preparing written reports, communicating the options for managing risk, clarifying the decisions and reviewing of outcomes.
  • Performing audits of risk management processes.
  • Recognising positive behaviours of others contributing to the management of risk.

Time commitment

This is an in-person course that will require roughly 48 hours to complete.

  • 20 hours of study using online materials
  • 4-day workshop
  • Plus 3 assignments

Course curriculum

Assessment

Participants will need to submit three assessment pieces.

Certification and accreditation

Showcase your capabilities with a Digital Certificate that verifies your skills and achievements.

Facilitators

Dr Ben Seligmann, Research Fellow, Minerals Industry Safety and Health Centre (MISCH)
Dr Ben Seligmann
Research Fellow, Minerals Industry Safety and Health Centre (MISCH)
Libby Humphries
Libby Humphries
Manager, Education and Training, Minerals Industry Safety and Health Centre (MISCH)

Gives managers a more holistic appreciation of safety risk assessment and management approaches.

Kym Mosey, Mining Superintendent, Tomingley Gold Operations

Cost

Applicant Price
Individual domestic ex. GST A$3,200
Individual international (GST not payable) A$3,200

See terms and conditions (PDF, 123.12 KB).

GST is excluded from the cost

Payment options

We accept credit cards (Visa/MasterCard) for payment, including corporate credit cards. If you do not have access to a card, please contact our team at education@smi.uq.edu.au to discuss your options.

Location

Sir James Foots Building (#47A)

Corner of College Rd and Staff House Roads, The University of Queensland
Room 470, Level 4 Seminar Room
St Lucia, QLD, 4067

Contact

Sustainable Minerals Institute

For more professional development options, visit the Sustainable Minerals Institute website.