Brisbane Course Dates

Date: Always available - Contact us if you have a group.
$3000.00 per person


5 Days (40 hours) plus submission of workplace evidence:

  • Pre-course research items AND
  • Post-course workplace projects:
    • an audit of your site/business risk management system against the requirements of the relevant legislation, standards and guidance notes and
    • an audit of one of your site risk assessment tools against your own internal systems requirements


This unit of competency has been specified by the Coal Mining Safety and Health Advisory Board for underground mine managers and site senior executives on coal mines in Queensland.

Commonly referred to as "G3", this learning program covers the skills and knowledge required to design and establish a framework of risk management processes that meets legislative standards and is consistent with your organisations policy objectives. The completed framework will contain a variety of well documented risk assessment tools suited to the risk management practices required for your business. Detailed consideration of and the opportunity to develop a variety of tools will be undertaken as part of the design process. Risk management tools reviewed in detail will include:

  • Human error & Human reliability analysis (SPAR-H & THERP)
  • Bow-Tie
  • FN Curve
  • WRAC
  • Fault Tree / Event Tree
  • Toxicity Assessment

As a pre-requisite to designing the risk management framework and processes:

  • a full Safety and Health Management System including policy, objectives, targets and comprehensive, systematic performance indicators will be drafted and resourced
  • a risk based consultation framework will be developed, incorporating the design advantages suggested by Rogers 1962 model of the "decision-innovation process" of change management
  • a risk based strategic change management process will be negotiated

In the final stages of the course, a complete systematic auditing process will be prepared for the risk management system.



Class room based delivery at our venue, or delivered specifically for clients at their venue and contextualised to the client’s specific systems.


This learning program meets the requirements of the nationally recognised unit of competency from the RII60713 Advanced Diploma of Surface Coal Mining Management released 7 Dec 2014:

  • RIIRIS601 Establish and maintain the risk management system.