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G1, G8, G9 & G2 Site Safety Supervisor Course for Mining, Construction and Civil Industries 

This training has been developed for participants employed in the mining, construction and civil industries. Anyone who performs the duties of a mine supervisor, will require these enhanced skills to implement on site Work Health and Safety management systems as dictated by legislation.


This Supervisor G1, G8, G9 course will give you the qualification to help step into a role with more responsibility. Typical jobs include, leading hand, Supervisor or a designated Site Safety and Health Representative in your sector.


Armed with the Supervisor G1, G8, G9 qualification, you’ll be seen as a trusted manager or team leader, someone who can be relied upon to get things done as well as someone who knows their job.

Key Takeaways

  • Overseeing the safety of all the workers within the site operations

  • Be aware of all WHS policies and procedures

  • Planning daily production targets for a mine whilst ensuring equipment and supplies are always available when needed

  • Facilitating effective working relationships with operational, technical and maintenance crews

  • Developing orientation programs to train new and existing workers

  • Rostering and scheduling work shift. Facilitating briefing sessions to address changes in company policies and procedures

  • Ensuring all safety measures, guidelines and regulations are being diligently followed

  • Ensuring all risk assessments are being carried out to the policy of the company

  • Reporting any breaches of safety or identifying hazards to the site managers

  • Implement a safety plan and handle the emergency safely, quickly and effectively

  • Working with employees to handle their personal and work related issues; and

  • Ensure that your team are able to work in safe environments without additional stress or duress

  • Perform the duties and position requirements of a Mine Safety and Health Representative as detailed in the Coal Mining Safety & Health Act

  • Conduct inspections

  • Understand risk management concepts and be able to perform risk assessments in accordance with the hierarchy or control

  • Develop site working instructions

  • Identification and documentation of courses of action to resolve and/or prevent re-occurrence of the issues or problems

  • Conduct incident investigations; and

  • Understand appropriate methods of communication

Who should attend?

  • Maintenance/Supervisory Managers

  • Mine and Operations Managers

  • Health and Safety Supervisors

  • Engineers

  • Technical Professionals

Early Fee: USD 995

Standard Fee: USD 1395

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