Date: Tuesday 16 August 2022
Times: 8:00am - 5.00pm
Venue: Hotel Canobolas | 248 Summer Street, Orange | Directions here
The Brady Review highlighted absent or inadequate supervision as a contributing factor to safety performance in the mining and quarrying industry.
The Supervising for Safety workshop has been designed to prepare Quarry Supervisors to meet their obligations for managing workplace risk, and to provide them with the skills to effectively supervise and lead for safety. This workshop is relevant to all supervisors working in quarrying and small mines.
- Communication and leadership
- Routines and time management
- Safety behaviours
- Making better decisions
- Negotiation and conflict resolution
- Understand the role of and importance of supervision in safety performance
- Understand the crucial skills and core responsibilities for supervisors
- Understand effective communication and how to have a hard conversation
- Understand the process of negotiation and conflict resolution
- Understand how to coach and manage behaviour for safety outcomes
- Establish techniques for effective decision making and time management
CPD hours: 7.5 hours – Leadership and Management. A Certificate of Completion will be issued once finished.
Facilitator: Chris Georgiou | Director of TASC Solutions
||Chris has worked as a manager in the construction materials and mining industry for over 10 years. In this time, he has held senior statutory management positions at large hard rock quarries and a mineral sand mine. Chris is passionate about safety in the workplace ensuring systems and processes are in place support to the workforce to achieve business objectives in a safe environment.
IQA Member: $175.00
Non Member: $225.00
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Registrations Close: Thursday 11 August 2022 - Unless sold out prior
SUPPORTING EDUCATION MATERIAL
The IQA has released a number or resources such as fact sheets and toolbox talks that support general awareness for the industry. These resources are designed to provide general background information and cover a number of topics such as RCS, stress, diversity and much, much more. The IQA also offers a number of other courses to support knowledge of quarry supervisors, such as:
For a full list of courses and resources visit: quarry.com.au
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