RedVector RVCT-971

Workplace Examinations at a Mine

Workplace Examinations at a Mine

0.27 hr. Online Course

Level: Intermediate

Item#: RVCT-971

SME: Convergence Training

A workplace examination is a physical, in-person inspection of a work area to assess safety and health conditions. These examinations are required to identify and correct hazardous conditions promptly, with the ultimate purpose of improving the health and safety of miners and mining contractors. This course covers the definition and purpose of a workplace examination, the definition of a competent person, documentation requirements, and common hazards associated with mining workplaces.
Course Objectives
• State the definition and purpose of a workplace examination • State the definitions of a competent person and a working place • Describe workplace examination documentation, notification, and recordkeeping requirements • List common hazards associated with workplaces, terrain, equipment, structures, and other common items that should be included in workplace examinations
SUBJECT MATTER EXPERT: Convergence Training
With over a decade of experience designing advanced 3D animated courseware and developing our proprietary learning management software, we pride ourselves by having developed over 1,000 safety and operations training modules which have helped train over 250,000 workers worldwide. Our highly experienced team is dedicated to providing the industry with a simple and high-quality means of training their workforce. Whether the team consists of 25 people or an enterprise with thousands, we're here to help.