Welcome to the latest edition of our Safety Changemakers enewsletter!

This month Fire Combo Training is our featured course and we provide you with 7 Ways to Improve Safety in the Workplace.

Be sure to purchase your Identifiable Safety Caps to ensure you are compliant in an emergency.

We look forward to hearing from you and assisting with all your safety needs.

Kind Regards,

Tony Metcalf
Chief Executive Officer
Fire and Safety Australia

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Featured Course

Fire Combo Training

The Fire Combo training course includes both a theory and a practical component to ensure that employees can safely handle workplace emergencies. The different types of Fire Extinguishers along with the different classes of Fire are also covered in training.

The Fire Extinguisher, Fire Warden and Chief Fire Warden course also covers:

  • Safe use of portable Fire Extinguishers, Fire Hose Reels and Fire Blankets
  • Duties and responsibilities of a Warden as described in Australian Standard AS3745-2010
  • Building Fire Alarms and Communications Systems

Register for the course at your nearest facility

WA
Canning Vale
11 October 2019
8:00am to 4:30pm
$345
Register
QLD
Salisbury
14 October 2019
8:00am to 4:30pm
$345
Register

7 Ways to Improve Safety in the Workplace

Fire and Safety Australia‘s purpose is to forever change safety in the world, one experience at a time and to do so we have outlined 7 ways you can improve safety in your workplace.

Most workplace injuries are preventable and occur because of factors such as negligence or poor infrastructure. It is crucial that you survey your workplace to ensure all measures have been taken to provide a safe working environment for everyone on site.

Read more…

NSCA Foundation

National Safety Awards of Excellence | Gala Luncheon

 
 
The 2019 Awards Gala Luncheon will be held on 17 October at Doltone House, Jones Bay Wharf, Pyrmont. We invite you to join our Master of Ceremonies Shane Webcke, football legend and safety ambassador, in celebrating workplace health and safety excellence.

Safety Shop

Identifiable Safety Caps

Australian Standard 3745-2010 requires emergency control organisation personnel to be easily identifiable during an emergency to ensure that building occupants and the emergency services know who to speak to.

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Safety Industry News

Labour Hire
 
 
 

The new guide Labour hire: duties of persons conducting a business or undertaking, is now available on the Safe Work Australia website.

Businesses using or providing labour hire should read the guide for information about their WHS responsibilities.

Read more… 

 

Passion for Safety

R U OK? Day

This September Fire and Safety Australia participated in R U OK? Day. 

R U OK? Day is a national day of action dedicated to reminding everyone to ask, “Are you OK?” and to remember every day of the year to support people who may be struggling with life’s ups and downs.

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NSW
Smithfield
Health and Safety Committee 22 October
Register
NT
Yarrawonga
Provide First Aid 23 October
Register
QLD
Salisbury
Certificate IV in
Work Health and Safety
21 - 25 October
Register
SA
Wingfield
Operate Breathing Apparatus 09 October
Register
VIC
Mulgrave
Enter Confined Space 28 - 29 October
Register
VIC
Derrimut
Health and Safety Representatives Initial OHS Training Course (VIC) 7 - 11 October
Register
WA
Canning Vale
Health and Safety Representatives
(Comcare approved in the Commonwealth Jurisdiction)
21 - 25 October
Register

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