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Supervisor Units (S1,S2,S3)

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The Qld CMSHA requires a supervisor to be appointed under s26 by the SSE to give directions to other coal mine workers.

This course is designed to develop the knowledge and skills required to safely, effectively and confidently function as a supervisor at a coal mining operation. The units within this cluster have been designed to provide the mining supervisor with a basic understanding of the obligations, role and responsibilities of a supervisor under the Qld Coal Mines Safety & Health Act 1999.

Course Content Includes:

  •  Hazard Identification

  •  Risk Management

  •  Knowledge of WHS / CMSH legislation

  •  Knowledge of WHS policies and procedures

  •  Development and reviewing Site Safety System Procedures

  •  Conducting Safety & Health Investigations in accordance with the Qld CMSHA

  •  Compiling Formal Safety & Health Investigation Reports in accordance with the Qld CMSHA

  •  Reporting of breaches of safety

  •  Communication Information Orally (face to face)

  •  Communicating Information in Writing

  •  Achieving Meeting Outcomes

  •  Making a Presentation (pre-start meeting)

  •  Participating in Negotiations

Recommended Recertification Period:

The Qld Coal Mining Act requires all coal mine workers to complete a refresher of every skill that they have a unit of competency for at least once every 5 years. The supervisor will have to complete this refresher to obtain or maintain authorisation as a supervisor on site.

Full Course Outline:

A full course outline for supervisor units is available on





2-3 days (full course)
1 day (refresher course)


Attendance at the course requires the following:

  • Casual clothing (no singlets) including enclosed footwear

  • Drivers licence or other form of photo ID

Unique Student Identifier (USI): All Students completing a Nationally Recognised Course with receipt of a Statement of Attainment requires a USI which can be accessed from the USI website

Pre Requisites:


Course delivery:

This course is delivered face to face with individual assessment and group activities in a simulated workplace environment, at our Redland Bay facility or at an agreed safe location at your workplace.

Before commencement of each course, the trainer will assess participants language, literacy and numeracy levels.  This will help trainers identify learners who need assistance and support and at the same time the suitability and appropriateness to enrol and complete a course.

Completion requirements:

This course requires you to successfully demonstrate skills and knowledge in both practical and written theory assessments to achieve your statement of attainment.

Contact us to discuss cost and to enroll

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