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G7: Mine Occupational Health and Safety Management

Delivered by Sustainable Minerals Institute

Overview

This course equips you with the skills and knowledge to develop, implement, evaluate and manage Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems in the minerals and resources sector.

You will focus on:

  • current principles and practices of workplace health and safety, and risk management in the sector.​
  • the key components of health and safety management systems
  • how to evaluate the effectiveness of a health and safety management system through monitor, review and audit.​

The G7 (MINE7041) Mine Occupational Health and Safety Management Program is informed by:

  • New South Wales – Safety Management Systems in Mines Code of Practice
  • Western Australia – Mine Safety Management System Code of Practice
  • Queensland – Guidance Note QGN09 Reviewing the Effectiveness of Safety and Health  Management Systems
  • From October 2024 – Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) for the following units of competency RIIWHS601E and BSBWHS411 through The University of Queensland RTO (#1511)

Upcoming courses

Delivery mode
in-person, workshop
Date
8–11 October 2024
8.00am–4.30pm (GMT+10) Brisbane time
Location
Sir James Foots Building (#47A), St Lucia
Time commitment
42 hours

Who should attend

  • Safety managers and practitioners
  • Mine, project or section managers
  • Superintendents
  • Mine captains
  • Plant supervisors
  • Senior technical staff
  • Division or corporate technical and functional staff

Entry requirements

There are no entry requirements.

What you'll learn

  • To identify the components of a health and safety management system based on AS/NZS ISO 45001 and legislation.

  • Identify and develop the components of an effective health and safety management system within the context of your organisation.

  • Demonstrate the ability to critique existing health and safety management and plan for continuous improvement of the system.

Time commitment

This is an in-person course that will require roughly 42 hours to complete.

  • 4-day workshop
  • 10 hours of additional pre-reading using online materials

Course curriculum

Assessment

Participants submit 3 assessment pieces and an online quiz.

Certification and accreditation

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

Facilitators

Libby Humphries
Libby Humphries
Manager, Education and Training, Minerals Industry Safety and Health Centre (MISCH)

Cost

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

Please see the Term 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 Rd, The University of Queensland
Room 470, Level 4 Seminar Room
St Lucia, QLD, 4072

Contact

Sustainable Minerals Institute

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