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What Are the New Laws Around Asbestos?

Asbestos was banned in Australia in 2003 but remains a potential health risk in various workplaces. When asbestos is discovered by a WHS regulator, the regulator may issue a notice requiring the re...

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Silica Awareness Training

Is silica safe? In short no if appropriate risk reduction strategies are not in place. Silica is a major threat to Australian workers in the construction and home renovation industries. Working wit...

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CPCCWHS1001 White Card Course Online?

In most cases, you need to complete face-to-face training to obtain a white card in Australia. Some states and regions accept white card online training. However, face-to-face training is required ...

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What Is Silica Dust and Silicosis?

Dust is often overlooked as a potential workplace hazard. Unfortunately, dust contains harmful particles. When stone or concrete is cut, the particles floating through the air likely contain sil...

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What is the WHS hierarchy of control?

Worker safety should be a major focus for any organisation. Duty holders have the responsibility to manage the risk for work health and safety matters across work sites. As part of the risk managem...

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What Is the Purpose of the OHS Act?

The Australian government developed a series of health and safety laws to help protect employees, employers, and citizens from occupational accidents. The original laws are outlined in the OHS 2004...

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10675NAT Course in Asbestos Awareness?

According to the Work Health and Safety Act 2011, asbestos awareness training is required for all individuals who work in fields that may involve contact with asbestos. Builders, carpenters, cabler...

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Illegal Dumping

Big news this month as Dib Hanna becomes the first person in NSW to be given a prison sentence under the 2014 anti-dumping laws described in the Protection of the Environment Operations (Waste) Reg...

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Local councils and asbestos management

Just like commercial businesses, local councils need exemplary training and education to develop a culture in which asbestos safety is taken seriously. Under the Work Health and Safety Act, a local...

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In General, it is very informative in the sense that you can actually relate it to different workplace {warehouse or in healthcare}.
Completed the Free Asbestos Awareness Online Training and gained tremendous knowledge pertaining to the risks, procedures, controls and measures etc. Was introduced to various topics that were unknown to me and the audio-visual format of the course and knowledge checks give the trainee a sound understanding of the various topics covered whilst being digestible and easy to follow. Thank you AlertForce for the amazing training!
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