Welcome to the first Safety Changemakers enewsletter of 2019! We hope you had a happy and safe break.
We look forward to hearing from you and assisting with all your safety needs.
Chief Executive Officer
Fire and Safety Australia
Fire Extinguisher Training
Our Fire Extinguisher training course will ensure that you are suitably trained in the safe use of Fire Extinguishers, Fire Hose Reels and Fire Blankets.
This training course includes both a theory and a practical component to ensure that you can safely handle workplace emergencies.
Fire and Safety Australia can also visit your workplace to determine your fire safety equipment and training needs and provide you with supervised Evacuation Drills
The Fire Extinguisher training course covers the following:
- Fire Tetrahedron
- Raising the alarm
- Fire Safety & Evacuation
- Classes of Fire
- Types of Fire Extinguishers
- Safety procedures when fighting fires
- Firefighting Tactics
- Practical Fire Extinguisher, Fire Blanket & Fire Hose Reel scenarios
6 Summer Safety Tips
Tips to remain safe during the warmer months
Summer is a great opportunity to spend more time outdoors with family and friends. It is important to pay attention to your body and the surrounding elements to ensure you stay safe during the warmer months. Here are 6 tips to help keep you and your loved ones safe and happy during the summertime. Read more…
Last chance 30% WHS Training Discount
Book selected WHS nationally recognised courses and receive 30% DISCOUNT until 28 February. This offer is exclusive to NSCA Foundation members and courses can be running at any time. NSCA Foundation members receive regular training discounts up to 15% and access to exclusive member events and webinars.
Caps, Helmets, Stretchers, Fire Extinguishers, Blankets & More!
Visit the Safety Shop to view all the latest safety equipment. Our Emergency Procedure Guides can even be tailored and branded to suit your company and requirements.
Contact us if there is another product you would like added to our Safety Shop!
Safety Industry News
Safe Work Australia has released a guide for managing the risks of working in heat and what to do if a worker begins to suffer from a heat-related illness.
Working in heat can be hazardous and can cause harm to workers. Everyone in the workplace has a work health and safety duty when it comes to working in heat.
Fire and Safety Australia conducted GWO Safe Working at Heights training on top of a wind turbine to provide a memorable and realistic training experience.
Public GWO courses are running next month at our training facility.
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Health and Safety Representatives Training
What you need to know…
Fire and Safety Australia offers both State and Commonwealth Health and Safety Representatives training courses. Health and Safety Representatives training courses help the nominated representatives to acquire the knowledge and skills to enable them to exercise their powers for the purpose of promoting and ensuring the health and safety at work of members of their work group. Read more…