Learn the required skills of
supervising others in a mine environment.
The Common Core for Generic First Line Supervisor Program #770141 is intended for supervisors directly employed by the mine or diamond drilling company who supervise workers in surface mining operations; surface and underground diamond drilling operations and surface and underground electrical and mechanical trades.
An in-depth analysis and discussion of the following modules will be conducted:
- Follow Safety Program (U6300)
- Prepare for Emergencies (U6301)
- Follow Health/Hygiene Guidelines (U6302)
- Practice Effective Communication (U6303)
- Manage Work Area Activities (U6304)
- Manage Employees (U6305)
- Assess/Control/Apply Ventilation Systems (U6306)
FYI – Surface mining operations also
includes municipal pits and landfill sights.
Are you engaged in excavation operations, other than mining for minerals, such as sand pits, gravel pits, quarries, specialized stone for construction, etc?
From the program guidelines, an operating surface mine and/or associated mining plant is a pit or quarry where metallic or non-metallic rock, mineral bearing, earth, clay, sand or gravel is being or has been removed by means of an excavation open to the surface to supply material for construction, industrial or manufacturing purposes and includes any work, undertaking or facility used in connection therewith but does not include a cutting for a right of way for a highway or a railroad.
This course is highly participative with various group discussions as we advance through the subjects. Individuals can bring their own copy of the OHSA, or one can be provided on loan for the 3 days. Upon completion of the course, successful participants must demonstrate competency in each module to their employer and employer’s MLTSD approved signing authority.
Possession of a certificate in Surface Miner Common Core (#770210) is mandatory to enroll in this program.
Duration 3 Days
Cost: $750.00 + HST