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Supervisor Training (Formerly S1 S2 S3) now G1 G8 G9

TRAINING & ASSESSMENT DELIVERED UNDER THE AUSPICES AND IN PARTNERSHIP ARRANGEMENT ON BEHALF OF HEALTH SECURITY & EDUCATION PTY LTD RTO 40907


RIIRIS301D
 Apply risk management processes

 

RIIWHS301D Conduct safety and health investigations

RIICOM301B Communicate information 

Duration: 2 days

Cost: $450 (Toowoomba Area)

 

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RIIRIS301D Unit Descriptor

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.

Application of the Unit

This unit is appropriate for those working in operational roles, at worksites within:

Civil construction

Coal mining

Drilling

Extractive industries

Metalliferous mining

Pre-Requisites

Not applicable.

Elements and Performance Criteria

ELEMENT

PERFORMANCE CRITERIA

1. Identify hazards

1.1 Access, interpret and apply compliance documentation relevant to the application of risk management processes

1.2 Inspect and analyze work area conditions regularly and systematically to identify potential hazards

1.3 Access interpret and apply existing procedures to control identified hazards

1.4 Identify hazards not controlled by existing procedures

1.5 Recognise the type and scope of yet to be resolved hazards and their likely impact

2. Assess and identify unacceptable risk

2.1 Consider and determine the likelihood of the event happening

2.2 Evaluate and determine the consequence if the event should occur

2.3 Consider and determine the risk level (likelihood and consequence combined)

2.4 Identify or source the criteria for determining the acceptability/unacceptability of the risk

2.5 Evaluate the risk against criteria to identify if it warrants ‘unacceptable risk’ status and refer the findings to the appropriate person

3. Identify and recommend controls

3.1 Identify the range of controls which may eliminate or minimise the risk

3.2 Conduct a detailed analysis of feasible options including the identification of resource requirements

3.3 Select the most appropriate control for dealing with the situation

4. Contribute to the implementation of control

4.1 Plan selected control in detail, including the identification of resource requirements

4.2 Gain authorisation for selected control in accordance with site requirements

4.3 Document and review controls in accordance with site working instructions (or equivalent) for the job

4.4 Apply procedures to control recognised hazards

4.5 Communicate information on the control and its implementation to the relevant people

5. Review safety system documentation

 

 

RIIWHS301D

Unit Descriptor

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.

Application of the Unit

This unit is appropriate for those working in operational roles or on safety committees, at worksites within:

       Civil construction

       Coal mining

       Drilling

       Extractive industries

       Metalliferous mining

Pre-Requisites

Not applicable.

Elements and Performance Criteria

ELEMENT

PERFORMANCE CRITERIA

1. Determine the investigation objectives

1.1. Access, interpret and apply compliance documentation relevant to conducting safety and health investigations

1.2. Determine the scope of the investigation to ensure pre- and post-incident timeframe is considered consistent with legislative requirements and site standard

1.3. Determine the proposed investigation objectives from an analysis of the available information and factors

1.4. Test the proposed objectives and clarify the scope of the investigation

1.5. Ensure the final objectives and scope of the investigation will be achievable within available resources and authority constraints

2. Gather information

2.1. Maintain site security and integrity of evidence in accordance with legislative and site requirements

2.2. Plan and prepare for the systematic collection of information

2.3. Schedule information collection and completion to ensure minimum backtracking or repeat actions

2.4. Ensure methods used to collect and examine information, including interviewing and recording, meet standards and legislative requirements

2.5. Collect, test and organise all information appropriate to the investigation according to legislative and/or industry standards

3. Evaluate information

3.1. Assess and evaluate information for its validity and reliability and organise as evidence to aid decision making

3.2. Undertake further research where information is unclear or inadequate, and correct the discrepancy/ deficiency

3.3. Analyse the evidence to determine the causes of the incident

3.4. Draw conclusion from the relevant evidence based on reasoned argument and balance of probability or other agreed standard

3.5. Ensure the findings address the factual objectives established for the investigation

4. Identify courses of action

4.1. Frame options for the courses of action to address or respond to the findings of the investigation

4.2. Ensure options are provided in a form which meets the audience, requirements, can be easily understood and enables the selection of the most appropriate course of action

4.3. Ensure the course of action selected will resolve the issues or problems recognised by the investigation and reduce the probability of recurrence

4.4. Ensure the selected course of action can be implemented in accordance with relevant national, state and industry standards

5. Prepare and present investigation reports

5.1. Prepare investigation reports in accordance with specified standards

5.2. Present reports in a format, which ensures that findings, causes, options and courses of action can be readily understood by audience

5.3. Present the reports, including findings and recommendations, to the required audience

5.4. Review the investigation process and pass recommendations for process changes and improvements to the appropriate authority

RIICOM301B

Unit Descriptor

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.

Application of the Unit

This unit is appropriate for those working in operational roles or as members of committees, at worksites within:

       Civil construction

       Coal mining

       Drilling

       Extractive industries

       Metalliferous mining

Pre-Requisites

Not applicable.

 

Elements and Performance Criteria

ELEMENT

PERFORMANCE CRITERIA

1. Communicate information orally

1.1. Access, interpret and apply compliance documentation relevant to the work activity

1.2. Analyse and clarify the purpose of the oral communication with the other parties

1.3. Adopt a suitable oral communication style to match the communication purpose and audience

1.4. Deliver oral information to others that is clear, succinct and unambiguous

1.5. Check the received information with the listener(s) to ensure it has been received accurately and understood

1.6. Listen carefully and intently to oral information that is received from others

1.7. Check the meaning with the speaker to ensure that the information has been received accurately and understood

2. Communicate information in writing

2.1. Analyse and confirm the purpose or objective of the written communication

2.2. Format and present the document according to current industry and enterprise practice

2.3. Organise the document logically so it is structured and balanced according to the purpose, audience and context

2.4. Ensure the written language is applicable to the communication purpose and audience

2.5. Ensure the written information is clear, succinct and unambiguous

2.6. Ensure conclusions reached are logically justified and reflect the purpose of the written communication

2.7. Complete preparation and the communication process within any specified time frame and to industry and worksite requirements

3. Achieve meeting outcomes

3.1. Prepare for the meeting to cover all requirements in a timely and effective manner

3.2. Clarify the purpose of a meeting with all of those participating

3.3. Conduct the meeting effectively in accordance with standard procedures

3.4. Record accurately the outcomes of an official meeting and promptly provide minutes of the meeting to all participants

3.5. Document accurately all required action flowing from decisions reached at a meeting

3.6. Notify promptly persons responsible for implementing action from decisions at a meeting and confirm in writing details of the required action

3.7. Take appropriate follow-up action to ensure that all decisions of a meeting are acted upon as required

4. Make a presentation

4.1. Identify and clarify the purpose of a presentation and, where appropriate, confirm with the intended audience

4.2. Organise the information to be communicated in a presentation and structure it in accordance with contemporary presentation techniques and practice

4.3. Identify, evaluate and select the media resources available to use for the presentation

4.4. Organise and prepare presentation aids in advance, in accordance with recognised standards of good practice

4.5. Check resources and presentation aids where possible prior to the presentation to ensure that they are functioning properly

4.6. Make the presentation as planned with appropriate response to the reactions and feedback provided by the audience

4.7. Evaluate the outcomes of the presentation and act upon the findings

5. Participate in negotiations

5.1. Make adequate preparation for the negotiation

5.2. Select a suitable negotiation strategy in accordance with the relevant requirements, including the location, time and approach to be taken

5.3. Conduct negotiations in accordance with the planned approach

5.4. Review negotiation outcomes in terms of desired outcomes of the parties and initiate suitable further action, if required

5.5. Carry out all required follow-up action to the negotiations, including further discussions with the parties, if necessary

5.6. Document outcomes of the negotiation

Duration: 2 days

Cost: $450 (Toowoomba Area)

 

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This training course is run in partnership with the following RTO:

 

Health Security Education  #40907