A Standard 11 surface coal mine induction describes that workers are to be formally trained in 6 nationally recognized units of competency from the Certificate 2 in Surface Extraction package. Workers must obtain a level of safety and emergency skills for the potential hazards and dangers in the Resources and Infrastructure Industry.
Below are the 6 units for S11 Surface Coal Mine Induction they are:
RIICOM201D Communicate in the workplace
RIIGV201D Comply with site work processes/procedures
RIIWHS201D Work safely and follow WHS policies and procedures
RIIRIS201D Conduct local risk control
RIIERR205D Apply initial response First Aid
RIIERR302D Respond to local emergencies and incidents
In regards to BMA owned coal mine sites, a bridging program is for people who are about to commence employment or a new contract with the company. The following units “above” must be completed, then you must complete an “add on” known as Core Induction units to complete a BMA Standard 11. You will then be an inducted employee or contractor:
Please note: HRW Training does NOT train the following BMA specific core induction subjects below. They are listed for understanding the course outline only, thank you.
Course Length: 1 day
A BMA cultural introduction
The BMA Charter, Code of Conduct and Life Saving Rules
Introduction to BHP Billiton and the mine to market process
Health, safety and environment expectations
Workplace hazards, legal obligations, building a safety culture, Fitness for Work
BMA Safe, Job Safety Analysis and incident reporting
“On completion of the course, the participant will be issued a Statement of Completion. On return of a completed Workplace Skills Validation from their BMA work site, the participant will be issued with a Statement of Attainment.” – BMA
RPL and credit transfer? Only refreshers are available only for this course.
Introduction to the mining industry | Qld Government Legislation | Risk management / mine hazards / JSA | tag out, lock out and isolating procedures | vehicle and machinery interaction procedures / communications | Emergency procedures | Apply First Aid | JSEA | Work site processes
Tag out, lock out and isolating procedures | Apply First Aid / CPR | Fire fighting exercise
Language, Literacy and Numeracy
A satisfactory level of written skills is required from the mine site in order for mine safety documentation / JSA / JSEA to be completed on a daily basis.
N/A for RII Competency courses
Must be physically fit to working on a mine site.
A coal board medical will also be required prior to employment on a coal mine
Please enroll with our RTO training partner. Enrollment forms can be located in the news and media section or the link above the photo on this course page, thank you.
Could you please bring to class
At least 1 form of ID is required. Examples are Drivers Licence, 18+ card, birth certificate, passport, medicare card, shooters licence, etc
And your Unique Student Identification number (USI) See video for further information with this link
Lunch is not provided. Please bring enough food and water for the day.
What to Wear
Classroom: PPE not required
Smart casual – please to not wear singlets or thongs / sandals. Always wear enclosed footwear (composite cap or steel toe boots preferred)
Investment to Pathway
Please contact us for pricing.
Course materials and Equipment
Training and assessment
Statement of Attainment (SOA) from RTO (on course completion)
Plastic wallet sized card
RTO processing fees
2 / 20 Montgomery Street, West End
Townsville Qld 4810
Face to Face in classroom / practical operation under supervision performing a variety of tasks.
If you require HRW Training to be in direct contact with you for a course time and date or seeking a course to be tailored and customised for your staff needs, we are flexible and maybe be able to offer a solution. Please don’t hesitate to contact Tony on 0411 51 41 51 or by email: email@example.com we will be only to happy to assist you.