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Welcome to the fourth edition of Fire and Safety Australia’s Safety Changemakers enewsletter! We hope you enjoyed the last edition.

This month we share some important tips on Emergency Management and provide you with information on our Safety for Leaders training course. Also be sure to take a look at the course highlights we have coming up in October and all the new products added to our Safety Shop.

Don’t forget, there’s not long left to redeem a free consultation for your workplace, scroll down to find out how!

We look forward to hearing from you.

Kind Regards,

Tony Metcalf
Chief Executive Officer
Fire and Safety Australia

Featured Course

Safety for Leaders

The Safety for Leaders training course aims to provide a deeper understanding of participating in the continual improvement of safety performance and behaviour in the workplace. It provides skills and knowledge so that each safety leader can participate effectively in safety responsibilities and work towards the continual improvement of safety performance in their organisation

The course is primarily aimed at Managers and Supervisors with specific safety responsibilities. Leading Hands, foreman, HSRs and members of safety committees involved in health and safety activities would also benefit from attending this course.

This course covers:

  • ​​​​​​The roles and responsibilities of Safety Leaders
  • Risk management processes
  • Consultation and incident management requirements
  • The importance of safety in the workplace
  • Organisational safety culture

See upcoming Safety for Leaders public course training dates below:

Register for the course at your nearest facility

Wed 3 Oct 2018
9:00am to 5:00pm
Thu 4 Oct 2018
9:00am to 5:00pm
East Perth
Fri 5 Oct 2018
9:00am to 5:00pm

Emergency Management

How to engage your personnel with realistic emergency preparedness initiatives.

Fire and Safety Australia has trained more than 200,000 people in emergency response and safety training. Founder and non-executive chairman Steve McLeod shares 3 important steps that help ensure any emergency response training and exercises held at your workplace, are realistic and achieve the desired outcomes. Read more


Fire and Safety Australia are offering a free one-hour consultation for your workplace.

During this one-hour consultation, one of our safety experts will assist with your compliance needs and can advise on:

  • Emergency Drills & Procedures
  • Fire and Safety Requirements and Regulations
  • Risk Assessments & Safety Audits
  • Equipment and Training needs

To redeem your free consultation before this offer expires, either:

  • Complete our enquiry form
  • Contact our team on 1300 88 55 30

Offer ends October 31, 2018

NSCA Foundation – Awards Gala Luncheon

Join your fellow safety community to celebrate work health and safety excellence at the prestigious Gala Luncheon for the National Safety Awards of Excellence.

The event will be held on Thursday, 11 October at Doltone House, Hyde Park, Sydney. Registrations close this Friday.

Meet The Team – Rebecca Bryen

Rebecca is the driving force of the FSA Darwin office, handling the majority of the training and also some admin work.

Rebecca has a constant Thirst for Improvement and has won awards for her great work both within Australia and internationally.

Read full interview

Safety Shop

Caps, Helmets, Stretchers, Fire Extinguishers, Blankets & More!

Be sure to visit our online Safety Shop to order all your required products and equipment. From Gas Detectors and Harnesses to Safety Charts we have a range of products!

Visit the Safety Shop…

FSA Medical & ERS

FSA Value: Passion for Safety 

Great work by FSA staff who recently completed a Hazard Reduction Burn onsite. FSA offers a range of onsite medical and emergency response services.

Follow us on Facebook to keep up with the latest stories and photos.

5 Height Safety Misconceptions to Ignore

Working at heights is a leading cause of death and serious injury in Australian workplaces

According to Safe Work Australia, between 2003 and 2015, 359 workers were killed following a fall from a height, half involved falling from three metres or less.
Australian companies will lose an average of 93 days per annum due to a fall in the workplace. The majority of working at heights incidents can be prevented with proper training and equipment.  Read more

October Course Calendar Highlights

Canning Vale
Inspect & test fire hose reels, fire blankets & fire extinguishers Oct 5
Initial Health and Safety Representatives Oct 29 - Nov 02
Roxby Downs
Fire Extinguisher, Fire Warden & Chief Fire Warden Oct 23
Wetherill Park
Rehabilitation and Return to Work Coordinator - 1 Day Nov 02
Construction Induction (White Card) Oct 24