Mining Statutory Position Units

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This set of units meets the regulator's requirements for the approved health and safety risk management units required by Statutory Position holders under Work Health and Safety (Mines) Regulations 2022.

* Please note that pricing is set per unit.

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You will be assessed on the skills and knowledge you already possess through the completion of scenario-based activities, based on a simulated workplace as well as current workplace evidence.



What is RPL and what are the benefits?

Recognition of prior learning
  • RPL: Recognition of Prior Learning. Get recognised for the job skills you already have
  • Recognises the workplace as a valuable learning environment
  • Engage in scenario-based assessment tasks that reflect actual workplace situations, making it easier to apply your existing knowledge directly to your statutory responsibilities.
  • No formal training provided, so no need to spend time in a classroom or take time off work

What is an RPL qualification? The benefits and process explained.

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Who is this for?

It is for those requiring the risk management units of competency to meet the new regulatory requirements for holding a Statutory Position in the Mining Industry, as set out in Schedule 26 of the Work Health and Safety (Mines) Regulations 2022.

  • 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

View the information provided by WorkSafe for more details.

Contact us for further information on how we can assist you to complete this  requirement:       
Phone - 08 9383 8080 or Email -

What do I need?

  • 2 years’ experience, with current employment
  • Existing knowledge and skills
  • Access to workplace evidence
  • Support from your employer and manager

Ensure compliance by completing the Units online or through our face-to-face Assessment Workshop for the Mining Statutory Positions training course.

About the Work Health and Safety units

Mode of delivery: There are two options that require you to complete scenario-based activities, based on a simulated workplace. You are also required to supply some workplace documents.

  • Online - You will have access to our online portal that you can log in anywhere, anytime. There are no training resources or materials.
  • Training course - Our face-to-face two-day course will support you to work through simulated scenarios and review the regulations. Our course offers the convenience of completing all assessment tasks during training hours with professional guidance from experienced facilitators. For more information and to enrol in this option, visit our training course page.

3 months - You are in control of how quickly you complete

How Do I Get Started

1. Read the RTO Participant Handbook
2. Download the Enrolment Kit
3. Complete all sections:
   • Enrolment Form - including your Unique Student Identifier (USI)
   • Self-Assessment Questionnaire - assess your suitability to complete this RPL qualification
   • Direct Manager’s sign-off
   • Language, Literacy, Numeracy and Digital Skills Questionnaire
4. Upload all documents on our website, or email to You must include your:
   • Current resume
   • Job description

Typical Units of Competency

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

BSBWHS513 Lead WHS risk management - is also available for higher level roles

The units you need to complete will be dependent on the Statutory Position you hold - as outlined in the Information Sheet provided by WorkSafe. Pricing is set per unit.

Recommended Professional Development Courses

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.

This course will assist managers, supervisors and team leaders to understand their responsibilities under our WHS laws and develop the skills needed to effectively manage safety in the workplace.

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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Enrolment Application
Please ensure you attach your completed Enrolment Kit, resume and job description