G189 Mining Supervisor - Refresher | formerly [S123]



What is G1, 8 & 9 ? [formerly S123]

This training program has been specifically designed for participants employed who are required to undertake the role of and perform the duties and requirements of a Supervisor.

These units are appropriate for those working in operational roles, at worksites within Civil Construction, Coal Mining, Drilling, Extractive, and Metalliferous Mining Industries.

The Mining Supervisor G189 course will prepare candidates for supervisor, manager and team leadership positions in the mining, civil construction and resources industry with a focus on risk management, occupational health and safety and communication. The course covers the requirements of s.56 of the Coal Mining Safety and Health Act 1999 and s.51 of the Mining and Quarrying Safety and Health Act 1999 needed for deployment or mobilisation to a mining worksite.

Entry Requirement/s:  
Candidates must have completed a previous Mining Supervisor Course [S123] or equivalent within the past 5 years and hold/submit a current Statement of Attainment as evidence  which will be validated by the RTO prior to enrolment.
Candidates must also have access to a current or recent supervisor / manager to provide third party supplementary manager testimonial of your demonstrated ability to carry out certain tasks as part of this course.


Upcoming Workshops

Name Date Time Location Available Spaces Cost
Target AudienceEntry RequirementsCourse Benefits and MethodsLearning OutcomesContent
The Mining Supervisor G189 course will prepare candidates for supervisor, manager and team leadership positions in the mining, civil construction and resources industry with a focus on risk management, occupational health and safety and communication. 
  • Candidates must have access to a relevant resources (Coal, Metalliferous, Drilling, Exploration or Civil Infrastructure) site / project / workplace or recent experience (previous 12 months) working in industry and have access to a supervisor / manager
Upon successful completion of this course, each participant will receive a nationally recognised Statement of Attainment recognised under the Australian Qualifications Framework.

This course is specifically tailored to cover the critical skills and knowledge required of a Mining Supervisor, and includes three units of competency incorporating the following topics;
Apply risk management processes, including;
  • Plan and prepare for risk management
  • Identify and assess unacceptable risk
  • Identify and recommend risk controls
  • Contribute to the implementation of risk controls
  • Review risk management documentation
Conduct safety and health investigations, including:
  • Determine the objectives and develop investigation plan
  • Gather and evaluate information
  • Identify courses of action
  • Prepare and present investigation reports
Communicate information, including: 
  • Plan and prepare to communicate information
  • Communicate information to achieve work activity outcomes
  • Develop and perform work activity presentation
  • Participate in resolving conflicts 
The assessments for this program have been designed to assess a candidate’s competence in accordance with the relevant endorsed Training Packages, applicable Industry  Legislation & Australian Standards and the proprietary requirements of the organisation or workplace. The assessments will consist of both written and practical components to cover the requirements of the G1, 8 & 9 Mining Supervisor nationally accredited course. 
  • 2 Day program | Classroom or onsite workplace training
  • Delivery may consist of blended delivery of online, face to face, and practical workplace simulations
  • Assessment submission requirements include a written theory assessment and submission of Risk Assessments [JSA/JHA/SWM’s] Risk Assessment Review’s [RAR, Pre-start/Tool Box meeting] Incident reports
 All current Baseline Training related policies including Course Cancellation and Refund Policy can be located within the Learner Handbook located on the Baseline Training website. 
  • Upon successful completion of all theory and practical assessments, candidates will be issued a Statement of Attainment with the following units of competency:
  • [G1] RIIWHS301E Conduct safety and health investigations
  • [G8] RIIRIS301E Apply risk management processes
  • [G9] RIICOM301E Communicate information
  • Workers within Queensland who are new to the mining industry must complete a full Standard 11 induction program prior to the commencement of work on a mine site
  • This course is the mandatory course for supervisors in the mining industry, and meets the requirements for the position of a Supervisor in the Resources Industry
  • Conduct safety and health investigations
  • Apply risk management processes
  • Communicate information
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