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This course is full. If you are interested in Slope Stability please email education@quarry.com.au

Where: Kulnura, NSW
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The IQA is approved by the NSW Resources Regulator to deliver Learning from disasters one-day program.  Under the Maintenance of Competence Scheme developed by the NSW Resources Regulator, for those holding a NSW Practicing Certificate – Quarry Manager (without conditions) a minimum of 90 hours professional development is required over five (5) years. This includes completing the Regulator’s approved Learning from disasters one-day program. Learning outcomes: Recognise recurrent... Details
When: March 5, 2020
Where: Albion Park Rail, NSW
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Introduction  Hazard and risk source identification are key steps in risk management. Hazards and risk sources that are not identified can lead to the risks those hazards present not being well controlled, or not be controlled at all, if they eventuate. Robust identification and initial appreciation of hazards and risks are therefore critical steps in comprehensive and effective risk management processes.   Definitions and interpretations; Benefits of comprehensive hazard and risk... Details
When: March 12, 2020
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The IQA is approved by the NSW Resources Regulator to deliver Learning from disasters one-day program.  Under the Maintenance of Competence Scheme developed by the NSW Resources Regulator, for those holding a NSW Practicing Certificate – Quarry Manager (without conditions) a minimum of 90 hours professional development is required over five (5) years. This includes completing the Regulator’s approved Learning from disasters one-day program. Learning outcomes: Recognise recurrent... Details
When: March 19, 2020
Where: NSW
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This PDP has been designed to provide participants with an introduction to the quarrying industry, including the development approvals, quarrying processes, products, and people and positions.

When: April 2, 2020
Where: NSW
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Better safety outcomes starts with better communication. Communication is a key part of relaying safety standards to employees, identifying hazards, ensuring teams understand procedures and how to stay safe while working. Ensuring the way you communicate with your teams is actually effective can improve safety outcomes. You will learn how to reinforce messages, give employees feedback (both negative and positive) and engage in two way dialogue on... Details
When: April 2, 2020
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Better safety outcomes starts with better communication. Communication is a key part of relaying safety standards to employees, identifying hazards, ensuring teams understand procedures and how to stay safe while working. Ensuring the way you communicate with your teams is actually effective can improve safety outcomes. You will learn how to reinforce messages, give employees feedback (both negative and positive) and engage in two way dialogue on... Details
When: April 2, 2020
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Better safety outcomes starts with better communication. Communication is a key part of relaying safety standards to employees, identifying hazards, ensuring teams understand procedures and how to stay safe while working. Ensuring the way you communicate with your teams is actually effective can improve safety outcomes. You will learn how to reinforce messages, give employees feedback (both negative and positive) and engage in two way dialogue on... Details
When: April 2, 2020
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This PDP has been designed to provide participants with knowledge relating to specifications, quarry product test methods, quality control, basic statistical measures, technical characteristics, and the influence of quarry products on concrete, asphalt, seals, bases and fills, and other rock products

When: April 3, 2020
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This webinar provides an introduction to Safety Management Systems for small mines and quarries. Attendees will get an understanding of what a Safety Management System should look like for a small quarry, share ideas with other quarry operators, receive help with SHMS elements, and receive information on how to improve their site SHMS

When: April 23, 2020
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All Australian and New Zealand quarrying legislation either implies or specifies that quarrying operations must have a plan to respond to emergency situations. Those plans must be appropriately comprehensive, resourced, tested and updated. This webinar is designed to introduce principles and methodologies of quarry emergency planning and response, including: Definitions, interpretations and legislative requirements; Developing emergency management and response plans; Resourcing... Details
When: May 14, 2020