About G7: Mine Occupational Health and Safety Management

Cost: $3200 (excluding GST)
Delivery: In person, Brisbane
Duration: 4 days
 
This course is designed to provide participants with the ability to recognise generic mine occupational health and safety hazards and to understand the impact they may have if they are not managed properly. It will equip participants with the skills to manage these hazards under a normal operating situation as well as during an emergency response. Generic hazards include a range of chemical hazards, fatigue, noise, repirable dust, diesel emissions, radiation, light and musculoskeletal conditions.
 
Objectives
• Identify the key components of OHS Management systems;
• Identify the generic occupational health and safety hazards within the mining industry and mechanisms for their control;
• Demonstrate the ability to critique existing OHS Management systems at a mine site; and
• Demonstrate the ability to develop systems to manage these hazards in accordance relevant legislation.

G7 is aimed at:

  • Mine, project or section managers, superintendents, mine captains, plant supervisors, senior technical staff, safety managers and practitioners
  • Division or coporate technical and functional staff

Accreditation

In Queensland, Australia, the G7 (MINE7041) Mine Occupational Health and Safety Management Program is mapped against the industry competency: RIIWHS601E: Establish and maintain the WHS management systems and RIIWHS602E: Incorporate health and hygiene factors into mine management, as identified by the Mining Safety and Health Advisory Committee and the Coal Mining Safety and Health Advisory Committee.

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Please read UQ's COVID-19 vaccination requirements to attend campus before registering for this course