Quarry Roads & Onsite Vehicle Safety | Webinar

IQA Quarry Roads & Onsite Vehicle Safety Webinar
Attend our online webinar and learn about Quarry Roads and Transport safety, efficiency and productivity with managing haul roads and transport in quarries. Gain a deeper understanding of how to improve your quarry practices.



Date: Wednesday 8 May 2024
Times for all States/Territories:

 10.00am - 11.30am  QLD/NSW/ACT/VIC/TAS
 9.30am - 11.00am  SA/NT
 8.00am - 10.30am  WA
 12.00pm - 1.30pm  NZ

Delivery: Online

Incidents involving vehicles have the potential to seriously injure or kill, due to the sheer size of the equipment typically involved.  Common incidents include:

  • Dump truck reversed into a dozer
  • Reversing dump truck rollover
  • Pedestrian suffers serious crush injury from reversing mobile plant
  • Collision between loader and truck
  • Mobile plant reverses into a light vehicle

These incidents and many more occur too frequently.  However, well designed and maintained roads and vehicle operating areas can make these accidents less likely.

Webinar Overview

This IQA webinar has been designed to provide participants with an understanding of the safety, efficiency and productivity considerations for managing haul roads and transport in quarries and improving collision avoidance.

The webinar will cover: 

  • The hazards and risks associated with operation of quarry vehicles, and mobile plant and equipment in quarries
  • Overview of quarry legislative requirements
  • Strategies for management of traffic and haul routes

 Who should attend?

The course is recommended for:

  • Quarry Managers
  • Quarry Supervisors
  • Workplace S&H staff
  • All staff responsible for traffic and transport management within quarries. 

Webinar Learning Objectives

  • Understand the fundamental aspects of transport route planning in quarries
  • Understand the risks and hazards associated with the interaction of quarry vehicles, mobile plant and equipment, and pedestrians in quarries
  • Explore strategies for managing the risks associated with transport route and haul road construction
  • Understand stockyard planning and operations

Presenter | Chris Georgiou

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 this.   

Continuing Professional Development Hours (CPD Hours): 1.5

  •  QMCS: Risk Management. 
  • NSW MOC: 1 Mining and WHS Systems (Subject B: Principal hazards) 
  • QLD PCS: Health & Safety (HS)

 A completion certificate will be issued once finished. 

Registration
IQA Member: $155
IOQ NZ Member: $155 AUD
Non-Member: $210

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Registrations Close: Monday 6 May 2023.

Webinar Details
This webinar will be run online. Registrants will be sent separate login details a few days prior to the webinar.

Requirements
All participants must have access to the internet and a laptop / tablet.

  • Internet connection Laptop, PC or Phone with sound and video capability
  • Quiet environment

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    When
    8/05/2024 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
    AUS Eastern Standard Time
    Where
    Online
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