Supervisor

Mine Supervisor Exam Preparation

 

Lesson 1: Learn the Lingo.

Words used in Acts and Regulations have legal meanings. The legal definitions are given at the start of Parts. KNOW WHAT THE WORDS MEAN.

 

Lesson 2: Consult the CURRENT Acts and Regulations.

Labour Relations and Workplace Safety 

http://www.lrws.gov.sk.ca/legislation/ 

Advanced Education, Employment and Immigration 

http://www.aeei.gov.sk.ca/radiation 

 

Lesson 3: When In Doubt, Ask For Help.

Mines Branch & Workplace Safety – North

Telephone: (306) 933-5052

Telephone: (800) 667-5023

Fax: (306) 933-7339

Write down the Date, Time, Name of the Person You Spoke With, and What You Were Told. THIS IS YOUR RECORD OF YOUR DUE DILIGENCE.

 

Lesson 4: Imagine The Worst Case Scenario.

If you are responsible for a death or serious injury, you could be fined up to $300,000 and sent to jail for up to two years. (SK OHS Act, Section 58)

 

Lesson 5: Forget About Page Numbers.

Depending on when your copy of the Act and Regulations was printed, the page numbers may differ from others. Always refer to material in the Acts and Regs by the outline level. The outline levels are: Chapter, Part, Section, Sub-Section, Clause, Sub-Clause, Sub-Sub-Clause.

 

Lesson 6: Fifteen Minutes a Day, Every Day, Forever.

It will take you about twelve hours to prepare for the Mine Supervisor Exam. It will take you about fifteen minutes a day, every day, forever, to learn everything you need to know about the Acts and Regulations.


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