Senior Supervisor Training (S1, S2 & S3)
Senior Supervisor Training has been specifically designed for participants working in the Resource Industry who are required to implement the risk management systems within an established system for a mine site, including the application of local hazard identification, formal risk assessment and implementation of risk controls. The S1,S2,S3 & G2 are units of competency from the qualification, RII30109 Cert III in Surface Extraction Operations.
RIIRIS301D – Apply Risk Management Processes (S1)
This unit covers the application of risk management processes in resources and infrastructure industries. It includes identifying hazards; assessing and identifying unacceptable risk; identifying and recommending treatments; contributing to the implementation of treatments; and reviewing safety system documentation.
RIIOHS301D – Conduct Safety and Health Investigations (formerly S2)
This unit covers conducting safety and health investigations in resources and infrastructure industries. It includes: determining the investigation objectives; gathering information; evaluating information; identifying courses of action; and preparing and presenting investigation reports.
RIICOM301D – Communicate Information (formerly S3)
This unit covers the communication of information in resources and infrastructure industries. It includes: communicating information orally and in writing; achieving meeting outcomes; making presentations, and participating in negotiations.
RIIRIS402D – Carry Out Risk Management Process (formerly G2)
This unit covers the skills and knowledge required to implement and apply risk management processes within an established system for a mine site/area, including the application of local hazard identification, formal risk assessment and implementation of risk controls. It includes the monitoring of the system, reporting on implementation issues, communication of processes and systems, and the review and auditing of the risk management processes and systems.
Training is completed online and self-paced.
24hr access to Volt Edge support network.
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Both the theory and assessment are delivered online at an external self-pace.
→ Relevant legislation.
→ The identification, analysis and evaluation, treatment and communication of a risk.
→ The implementation and monitoring of controls.
→ The collection and evaluation of information and evidence.
→ The James Reason Model.
→ Communication (non/verbal) skills.
→ How to participate in meetings, presentation and negotiations.
Upon successful completion, you will have the skills to:
→ Assess and identify unacceptable risk.
→ Identify and recommend controls.
→ Prepare and present investigation reports.
→ Communicate information verbally and in writing.
→ Make a presentation and participate in negotiations.
→ Audit the risk management process.