This course will provide the individual with the skills and knowledge required to respond to a range of local emergencies and incidents in coal mining, metalliferous mining, drilling, extractive, and civil infrastructure environments. It includes implementing response plans, monitoring the situation, taking necessary precautionary measures, and supporting formal relief.
Licensing, legislative, regulatory and certification requirements that apply to this unit can vary between States, Territories, and industry sectors, and must be sourced from state jurisdictions prior to applying the unit.
The following units will be included in your certificate:
Participants must have:
- Physical capability to be able to meet the demands of the practical demonstration skills
- Must be able to read, identify and interpret relevant information and ideas from workplace procedures, documentation, legislation, and regulations
- Must be able to communicate using everyday language to provide information and maintain conversations in site-based contexts and listens for relevant information in oral texts in site-based contexts
Individuals undertaking this course will be expected to complete both written and practical assessment tasks.
This certificate does not require renewal
Performance tasks and practical scenarios:
- Report & record
- Container truck carrying pesticides is on fire
- Small machinery fire in a workshop
- Small grass fire
Documentation – Completion of a site-based incident reporting form and Equipment fault log.
Theory assessment - A written assessment consisting of multiple-choice and short answer questions to be completed at the end of the training session.