Assessment Workshop for the Mining Statutory Positions

This course will provide you with the opportunity to complete the units of competency required under Schedule 26 of the Work Health and Safety (Mines) Regulations 2022. This course runs in Perth, Albany and Bunbury.

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2 Days

Time (AWST)


WorkSafe now mandates that all individuals holding, or aspiring to hold, mining statutory positions must complete specific units of competency focused on risk management and safety.

Our face-to-face course is designed specifically for those who already have the practical skills and knowledge, enabling you to meet WorkSafe's latest requirements quickly and efficiently.

As outlined in Schedule 26 of the Work Health and Safety (Mines) Regulations 2022, these units are:

  • BSBWHS414 Contribute to WHS risk management
  • BSBWHS411 Implement and monitor WHS policies, procedures and programs

During this course, you will work through simulated scenarios, and review the regulations, to provide context to complete the templates and reports that must be submitted for the assessment to complete the units of competency. 

Make sure you are compliant before the transitional arrangements expire on 31 March 2026.

View the information provided by WorkSafe for more details.


Why choose our course

  • Complete assessments in class: Avoid the hassle of trying to complete assessments on your own. Our course offers the convenience of completing all assessment tasks during class hours with professional guidance from experienced facilitators
  • Real-world application: Engage in scenario-based assessment tasks that reflect actual workplace situations, making it easier to apply your existing knowledge directly to your statutory responsibilities
  • Legislative compliance: Gain an in-depth understanding of the health and safety legislation relevant to your role, enhancing your capability to manage workplace safety effectively.

Who will benefit

  • Statutory position holders: Stay updated and compliant with the latest WHS regulations
  • Future statutory position holders: Prepare to step into your new role fully equipped and compliant


In this course you will cover:

  • Applicable health and safety legislation
  • Hazard identification and risk control
  • WHS management systems
  • Risk assessment and management.

Note: You will need to bring your own device to the training so you can work on the scenarios in the training room.

If you are unable to get to the training course, the units of competency are available to complete online via the Recognition of Learning pathway, or we can customise a solution for your organisation. 

Learning Outcomes

You will complete scenario-based activities, based on a simulated workplace, to complete the units of competency.

On successful completion of all assessment tasks and payment of fees, you will receive a Statement of Attainment for the units completed.

Related Results

Discover the essential skills and knowledge to fulfil the requirements of the WHS Act and create a safer workplace for all your workers and customers. To be recognised by WorkSafe, people attending this course MUST be a Health and Safety Representative (HSR).

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