SRS Reliner Training Centre
The Centre contains a training room complete with multimedia capabilities and WIFI. Complementing this is a practical training workshop which is fully equipped with the latest relining equipment and which contains a confined space vessel and a working at heights station.
Task-specific safety training is a high priority for SRS as it promotes and enhances a safe work culture and also means that its employees arrive at your site ready to work safely and efficiently.
SRS strives to provide best practice training and development opportunities for all employees, utilising nationally accredited training by a team of highly competent internal trainers. This ensures our training is nationally recognised, and meets established industry, enterprise, educational and legislative requirements. This also ensures our employees are provided with appropriate competency outcomes for a satisfactory basis of assessment.
Enter and Work in Confined Spaces RIIOHS202A
Our nationally accredited Confined Space Entry training course covers entering and working in confined spaces in the resources and infrastructure industries. Participants learn to undertake planning and preparation for entry and working in confined spaces, hazard identification, risk assessments and permit requirements for confined space operations. They also learn to operate confined space safety equipment.
Working Safely at Heights RIIWHS204D
Our nationally accredited Work Safely at Heights training is aimed at providing candidates working in the resources and infrastructure industries with the necessary skills and knowledge to undertake work at heights safely and competently. This training covers selection, inspection and safe use of equipment, risk assessment, emergency response procedures and requirements of relevant Australian Standards and legislation.
Certificate II in Resources and Infrastructure Work Preparation
All our reliners are required to undertake this unit of study to enable them to advance and become leading hands. This ensures they have the necessary practical skills and fundamental operational knowledge, and are able to take responsibility for the quality of their work.
10186NAT Course in Operate a Mill Reline Machine.
Safety Leadership for Supervisors
All our supervisors undertake safety leadership training to gain skills in key practices and principles of health and safety at an operational level. These skills assist our supervisors in creating and maintaining a safe workplace by improved communication of information and the application of risk management processes.
Appointed Persons (Section 44)
This course is undertaken by our supervisors to give better understanding of an Appointed Persons’ responsibilities, duties and obligations. Participants have the opportunity to examine the specific Parts of the MSI Act and Regulations that are relevant to an Appointed Persons’ role.
The lead investigator training provides our safety team with a systematic approach to investigating incidents and accidents. The ICAM methodology is widely used throughout industry as the principle analysis method for all incidents with significant consequence, or events with significant risk potential.
Water Jetting Operators Certificate
All our Water Jetting operators are trained to meet benchmark requirements within the High Pressure Water Jetting industry. This training is designed to increase safety awareness, giving the operators the required skills to operate the equipment and follow safe work processes in all work environments.
Drug and Alcohol testing
To ensure our employees are fit for work our staff are trained on how to perform drug and alcohol testing in line with the Australian Standards.
Apply First Aid
All our employees undertake Apply First Aid Training that trains personnel how to respond to First Aid emergencies that may happen in the workplace or elsewhere.
Worksafe High Risk Tickets
Our employees undertake accredited training for High Risk Licenses through registered training organisations (RTO). This training increases safety awareness and knowledge of the correct techniques to work safely in a high risk work environment.
The primary purpose is to give a sentry the required knowledge and skills to safely monitor and control a confined space, to assist them in understanding legislative requirements and identify the responsibilities when undertaking general sentry duties.
Fitness for Work
This training ensures that each individual understands their responsibility to guarantee that they are fit for work every time they report for duty. This means being in a physical and psychologically fit state, unaffected by the use of illicit drugs or alcohol.
Hands are often in the forefront of the specific task being performed and are exposed to more risk and potential hazards than other parts of the body. Our hands are involved in virtually everything we do and at times are taken for granted. Safe Hands training ensures that operators assess the risks involved in each task and know how to mitigate them.
Driving is recognised as a high risk activity and drivers must be aware of road safety at all times. All drivers undertake driver training and VOCs as an essential step in preventing high risk driving behaviour.
Practical training in manual handling assists workers to identify, plan and perform manual handling tasks and recognise unsafe work practices. This enables workers to apply safe work standards and maintain an injury-free workplace.
Job Safety Analysis
JSA training ensures all workers are competent in undertaking risk assessments. The aim is to raise awareness of risk management concepts to identify and correct unsafe actions, ensuring all work is performed in a safe and controlled manner.
All supervisors are required to have the knowledge to undertake basic incident investigations. This training allows them to confidently evaluate, define and investigate workplace incidents, identify causes, implement corrective actions and report findings in an organised format.
LRTs and Liner handlers
SRS has extensive knowledge and use of RME mill relining systems and delivers the latest training and VOCs to employees for all mill relining equipment from certified trainers and assessors.
All reliners undergo training for a large range of hydraulic and pneumatic torque units from Norbar, Torcup and RAD Torque systems. This helps maintain high standards of workmanship for every bolt fastening application, resulting in reduced mill bolt breakages.
SRS has recognised that mill-backing rubber replacement work is an integral part of the overall service it provides. We provide professional training programs that include both theory and hands-on experience. This training develops knowledge in the safe use of solvents, application of adhesives and the right techniques in applying backing rubber in a confined space work environment, to maintain process efficiency and quality workmanship.
During relines seized components are removed using Oxy-Acetylene. All operators are trained in safe procedures, and the use of oxy acetylene equipment including safe work practices, equipment set up, handling and operation. This includes hot work permit and confined space safety requirements.
All reliners are required to have a good level of understanding in the safe use of angle grinders and demonstrate competency in selecting the required PPE, conducting inspections, awareness of the hazards and risks involved, fitting grinding wheels correctly and the ability to use angle grinders safely.
Workers may be confronted with emergency situations therefore fire and safety training is of paramount importance. The impact of a crisis can be substantially reduced when people are trained to respond appropriately. Certified trainers provide theory and hands-on training to ensure that workers are proficient in the use of portable firefighting equipment.