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RIIWHS601E Establish and maintain the work health and safety management system – Moranbah

July 13 @ 8:00 am - July 15 @ 4:00 pm

$2450

RIIWHS601E Establish and maintain the work health and safety management system

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The RIIWHS601E unit describes the skills and knowledge required to establish and maintain the work, health and safety (WHS) management system in the resources and infrastructure industries. It applies to those who work in management roles. They are generally responsible for the outcomes of others and contribute to the development of solutions to non-routine problems.

The unit includes establishing and maintaining:
  • the framework of the system
  • participative arrangements for the management of WHS
  • procedures for identifying hazard, assessing risk and treating risks
  • organisational procedures for dealing with unplanned incidents
  • a WHS training program
  • a system for WHS records
  • planning and preparing for the implementation of the system;
  • and evaluation of the organisation’s WHS system and related policies, procedures and programs.

Introduction:

In 2005, Shane Davis was killed changing a tyre at Foxleigh Mine, near Middlemount. The coroner recommended:

2.1 That Senior Site Executives of coal mines be required to have a competency such as MNCG1107A 'Establish and Maintain the Mine Occupational Health and Safety Management System'.

RIIWHS601 Establish and Maintain the WHS Management System is designed to enable those who hold supervisory, managerial or technical specialist roles within the Australian mining industry to enhance their competencies in Work Health & Safety (WHS). This unit of competency will build on each participant's existing experience and competency level, with a focus on the WHS skills and knowledge required to lead, manage and coordinate safety management system for a mine.

Target Audience:

This course is for those who work in management roles and are generally responsible for the outcomes of others and contribute to the development of solutions to non-routine problems.

Learning Outcomes:

  • The application of the learning methods and subject content in the workshop provides students with the skills to apply their knowledge with confidence in their workplace. This practical application transfers to better safety and health outcomes for all mi

Learning Methods:

Multiple Adult Learning Methods are utilised in the workshops, including audio-visual, historical events, practical examples and real-life case studies.

Program Benefits:

  • Presentation of actual case studies combined with theoretical and other requirements provides students with a comprehensive and practical knowledge of safety and health management.
  • The use of the recommendations from past accidents, legislative and organisational requirements provides students with better knowledge of the principles and application of safety and health management.

Content:

  • The framework of the system
  • Participative arrangements for the management of WHS
  • Procedures for identifying hazard, assessing risk and treating risks
  • Organisational procedures for dealing with unplanned incidents
  • A WHS training program
  • A system for WHS records
  • Planning and preparing for the implementation of the system and
  • Evaluation of the organisation's WHS system and related polices, procedures and programs

Upcoming Workshops

Name Date Time Location Available Spaces Cost
RIIWHS601E Establish and maintain the work health and safety management system - Moranbah 13 - 15 July 2022 08:00 am - 04:00 pm Western Heritage Motor Inn, Moranbah 4744 2 $2,450.00

Details

Start:
July 13 @ 8:00 am
End:
July 15 @ 4:00 pm
Cost:
$2450
Event Category:

Venue

Western Heritage Motor Inn, Moranbah 4744
Western Heritage Motor Inn, Moranbah 4744 Australia