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Welcome to the first edition of our Safety Changemakers enewsletter for 2020!

This month Provide CPR is our featured course and we share the risks of working in heat.

Also featured in this edition is our February 2020 Course Calendar Highlights and how you can purchase our newly stocked Communications Officers caps.

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

Featured Course

Provide CPR

The Provide CPR training course provides the skills and knowledge required to perform cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) in line with the Australian Resuscitation Council (ARC) Guidelines.

This course takes personnel through both the theory of why we do CPR and practical exercises that cover how to perform CPR.

The Provide CPR training course also covers:

  • Recovery Position
  • DRSABCD
  • Managing a chocking patient
  • Handover to Medical personnel

 

Find out more about this course

VIC
Derrimut
11 February 2020
8:00am to 11:00am
$115
Register
SA
Wingfield
07 February 2020
8:30am to 11:30am
$95
Register
QLD
Salisbury
12 February 2020
8:30am to 11:30am
$95
Register
NSW
Smithfield
19 February 2020
12:00pm to 5:00pm
$95
Register
VIC
Mulgrave
21 February 2020
8:30am to 11:30am
$95
Register
WA
Canning Vale
02 April 2020
8:30am to 11:30am
$95
Register
NT
Yarrawonga
19 June 2020
8:30am to 11:30am
$95
Register

NSCA Foundation

Future of work: People, Safety, Culture

 

Earlybird registrations are open for the inaugural Future of Work: People, Safety, Culture.

Attendees will hear from and network with fellow work health and safety leaders and professionals.

Book early to avoid missing out on the NSCA Foundation’s national conference and exhibition.

Online Training

Bullying and Harassment for Employees

The Bullying and Harassment for Employees online training course is designed to minimise the risk and bullying and harassment occurring in the workplace. This course focuses on building positive behaviours and stopping negative behaviours based on Australian legislation.

Browse our Course Library for more online training courses. 

 

Safety Industry News

Know the risks of working in heat

Working in heat can be hazardous and can cause harm to workers in both indoor and outdoor work environments.

In the last 10 years from 2008-09 to 2017-18p, there were 1,360 workers’ compensation claims resulting from working in heat.

1,235 of these claims were from working in the sun and 85 of these claims were from working in hot indoor conditions –

Employers have duties under work health and safety laws to manage the risks of working in heat and protect worker health and safety.

Read more… 

 

Safety Shop

Communications Officer 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.

Fire and Safety Australia have recently added Communications Officer titled caps to our stocklist. These caps join the already available First Aid, Warden, Area Warden, Deputy Chief Warden and Chief Warden.

Visit Safety Shop…

 

NT
Yarrawonga
Work Safely at Heights 05 February
Register
VIC
Derrimut
Health and Safety Representatives Initial
OHS Training Course (VIC)
10 - 14 February
Register
VIC
Mulgrave
Breathing Apparatus 11 February
Register
NSW
Smithfield
Safety for Leaders 17 February
Register
SA
Wingfield
Fire Extinguisher, Fire Warden & Chief Fire Warden 20 February
Register
WA
Canning Vale
Inspect and Test Fire Hose Reels, Fire Extinguishers & Fire Blankets 24 February
Register
ACT
Ainslie
Health and Safety Representatives Initial
(WorkSafe ACT Approved)
24 - 28 February
Register
QLD
Salisbury
Health and Safety Representatives
(Comcare approved in the Commonwealth Jurisdiction)
24 - 28 February
Register

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