Stan has over 30 years of industry experience in mining, heavy industry, smelting, explosives and pharmaceuticals. He was a Systems specialist with Standards Australia for 10 years where his principle activities included auditing, training and developing training programs in quality, food safety systems.
In 2005 Stan started with the JK Group after specialising in training and safety system development for mines support organisations.
He has undertaken Hazard Management Plan, Policy and Procedural review and development to legislative requirements within the coal and metalliferous mining industries in NSW and Queensland.
- Program Development
- Induction services
OHS System Development
- System development and review both on and off site
- OHS Management system auditing
- System mapping to relevant legislation
- Incident Investigation
- Training Coordination
- Higher School Certificate at Matriculation Levels
- Chemistry Certificate
- Certificate IV in Training and Assessing
- Non – Destructive Testing level 1NDTA
- Total Quality Management (TQM) Trainer in Crosby systems
- Total Quality Control Facilitator
- Quality Assurance Auditing (Institute of Quality Assurance UK)
- Certified Lead Auditor Quality Assurance
- Food Safety Auditor
- Work Place Assessor and Trainer
- Forklift Driver Licence
- Crane Drivers Licence
- Crane Chaser Licence
- Boiler Attendants Certificate
Did you know?
From 1 July 2007 all contractors in NSW are required by law to have a Contractor Safety and Health Management program. It will also be a requirement from all of the major mining companies that contractors health and safety programs meet an acceptable standard.
As a result of this the Jim Knowles Group and Mine Resilience Australia P/L have developed the content th May of a on-line training course with the support of the NSW Minerals Council, Coal Services Health and Safety Trust, Australian Institute of Quarrying Education Foundation and the University of Newcastle.
Major mining companies in Australia including Centennial, Xstrata, Anglo, BHP, Hansons and Rocla have given their support to this project.
Updated 29th May 2009