Mine Site Driver Training Programs are available Australia Wide from Performance Driving Australia.
We have over 20 years experience in delivering these programs all over Australia and we work closely with your team to create safer and more knowledgeable drivers.
Mine site driver training programs focus on compliance with industry recognised standards and procedures.
Practical training covers a wide range of skills including safe operation in a range of environments and emergency vehicle control on unsealed roads and four wheel drive skills including safe recovery.
Programs can incorporate nationally recognised units including – (RTO Competency and Compliance #41060).
RIIVEH201 – Operate Light Vehicle
RIIVEH305 – Operate and Maintain a Four Wheel Drive Vehicle
PMASUP236 – Operate Vehicles in the Field
Performance Driving Australia has worked with many mining companies over the years including but –
- BHP Australia
- Rio Tinto Australia
- McConnell Dowell
- John Holland Group
- Williams Adams (CAT)
- NACAP Australia
- Mobil Exxon Australia
- Alinta Energy
- Fortescue Metal Group
- Northparkes Mines
- NSW Department of Primary Industry
- New Hope Coal Ausralia
- Mineral Resources Tasmania
- Sumitomo Metal Mining Oceania
- Roche Products
Effective training catered to drivers experience levels can significantly improve the safety of your team members.
Mine Site 4WD training programs are relevant, informative and designed to get your team home safely at the end of every shift.
Training is not only for new comers to the industry and is suited to all drivers.
Experienced drivers will benefit from effective training that reinforces existing skills while adding new knowledge on vehicle systems.
Performance Driving Australia focus on creating drivers who understand the risks associated with driving in these extreme environments.
Drivers benefit from a mixture of theory presentation and practical driving exercises and programs can be delivered on-site or at one of our many locations located around Australia.
Courses are delivered over 1 or 2 days – and typically for groups of 6-20 drivers.
Allowing every driver to experience a range of scenarios in a safe and controlled environment is the key to effective training.
Check out our resource library for information and documents relating to workplace road safety – great for tool box meetings!