Statutory Supervisors Training

Empowering Excellence: Elevate Your Skills With Our Statutory Supervisors Training

Training overview

As a professional in the mining industry, you understand the critical importance of workplace health and safety (WHS). Now, take your commitment to the next level and become a Statutory Supervisor, equipped with the knowledge and skills to protect your team, and ensure compliance with Western Australia’s WHS Act and Regulations.

Statutory Supervisor Course

AME has a strategic partnering arrangement with Australian Training Management (ATM), a Registered Training Organisation (RTO Registration Number: 2431). This collaboration ensures that our Statutory Supervisors training meets all regulatory requirements and standards. Upon successful completion of the Statutory Supervisor training units, participants will receive a statement of attainment issued by ATM. We are committed to maintaining the highest level of training excellence and compliance.

Who is the course for?

For mining professionals seeking to become industry-leading Statutory Supervisors in Western Australia, exceeding compliance, and best practices.

Experienced mining leaders preparing to elevate their WHS expertise and empower their teams for a safer, more productive future.

Individuals committed to compliance and career advancement through AME’s statutory supervisor training, aligned with Western Australia’s WHS regulations.

What's covered in the course?

Schedule 26 of the WHS Mines Regulations 2022 require supervisors and potential leaders to:

  • Complete WHS risk management units of competency.
  • At least two years mining experience or experience in a mine related business.
  • Pass a statutory supervisors exam.

RIIRIS402E – Carry out the risk management process:

  • Module 1: Planning and Preparing for Risk Management:
  • Module 2: Identifying and Analysing Workplace Hazards:
  • Module 3: Assessing Risks and Identifying Unacceptable Levels:
  • Module 4: Developing and Implementing Risk Control Strategies:
  • Module 5: Implementing, Evaluating, and Maintaining Risk Controls:
  • Module 6: Auditing and Reporting Risk Management Processes:

BSBWHS411 – Implement and monitor WHS policies, procedures, and programs:

  • Module 1: Communicating WHS Information to the Work Team:
  • Module 2: Implementing and Monitoring WHS Consultation:
  • Module 3: Implementing and Monitoring WHS Training for the Work Team:
  • Module 4: Implementing and Monitoring Hazard Identification, Risk Assessment, and Control:
  • Module 5: Implementing and Monitoring WHS Recordkeeping Procedures:

Practical componenT

The following is to be assessed during the course, there is a requirement to conduct the below in the workplace after the completion of the two-day course:

  • The facilitation of risk assessment training for others in the work group.
  • Clear expectations and instruction provided to those in the work group.
  • Clear and through identification of hazards while using hazard identification tools and procedures.
  • The implementation of appropriate controls to reduce the risk caused by the identified hazards.
  • The collaboration with others in the identification and controls put in place.
  • Communicating to the work group the outcomes of the HRA/JSA, work procedures to be followed and any other requirements for the management of risk.
  • The completion of a lessons learnt debrief, covering things done well and recommendations for improvement.
  • The maintaining and auditing of all documentation.
  • The ability to located relevant workplace documentation and procedures.

Recognised Prior Learning (RPL)

Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) is an assessment process that acknowledges the skills and knowledge you’ve gained through previous experience, training, or other informal learning, and credits them towards formally accredited qualifications.

For our Statutory Supervisors Training, RPL focuses on the units of competence for BSBWHS411 – Implement and monitor WHS policies, procedures, and programs and RIIRIS402E – Carry out the risk management process. If you already possess the necessary skills in these areas, RPL offers an alternative pathway to earn your qualification without attending all training modules.

Course Details

Cost: $1,200 per person

Duration: 2 days (8.00am to 4.00pm)

Venue: Australian Training Management | 52 Harrow Street, West Swan, WA 6055

Morning tea and lunch provided.


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