Fire and Safety Australia Pty Ltd has had further success in Whyalla South Australia.
Janine Wiggins, David Spencer and Leon Mclean this week had the kick-off meeting for an 8-9 week shutdown planned for later on this year at the Whyalla Pellet Plant. This is the second consecutive year that FSA has been successfully awarded this work with GFG Alliance and also comes off the back our ongoing contract with the 3 SIMEC Mining mines in the Whyalla region. The kick-off meeting included a joint review of last year’s delivery, current project requirements, the impacts of covid to shutdown work practices, and the implementation of identified improvements and lessons learnt from last year.
Building off this and other works, FSA is establishing itself as the foremost provider of Medical and Emergency Response Services in the region. Key to our success is, client engagement, the provision of top quality staff that align to the core values of FSA and our clients as well as a commitment to using local staff wherever possible.
The FSA team of Trainers, Paramedics, and Emergency Response professionals in SA has grown to more than 20 staff all engaged in projects across this state.
For those who are in longer term roles and / or considering a move this programmed shutdown work is an ideal opportunity for ESO’s and Safety Personnel to come and try working in a fantastic town such as Whyalla and experience the fantastic culture of FSA and our client.
If you would like to be part of the FSA team for either the shutdown works or our longer-term opportunities in SA and other states then please reach out to Janine Wiggins or Ben Grave for a confidential discussion.