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FREE – A3 Fire Extinguisher Selection and Resuscitation Charts delivered to you!

Fire Extinguisher Selection chart

Fire Safety Resuscitation Chart

As part of our ‘Passion for Safety’ core value, Fire & Safety Australia would like to offer your organisation free A3 Fire Extinguisher Selection and Resuscitation Charts!

These charts are in colour and laminated. We will deliver to you as many copies as you would like and we suggest that one is placed on every WH&S noticeboard and in every lunchroom. The A3 versions suit offices and WH&S noticeboards and the A4 versions would suit a fridge or a small room.

To take advantage of this offer email kate.sumsion@fsaus.com.au with:

*Your Name

*Company Name

*Postal Address

*Preference of A3 or A4 Charts

*Number of charts requested

We will try to deliver these to you within two weeks.

 

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