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What is ICAM anyway?

We are excited to be introducing a terrific new training course here at AlertForce in May. Based on the ICAM model, our Strategic Incident Investigation training will offer the best, most clearly e...

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Australia’s National Asbestos Profile

In November 2017, the Asbestos Safety and Eradication Agency released two important documents at the annual summit in Canberra reporting on Australia’s work towards the country being asbestos free....

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Safety first when working at heights

The recent death of a young tradesperson in Queensland is a tragedy and highlights the importance of training and safety when working with Elevating Work Platforms (EWPs). EWP’s are mobile items o...

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Will we ever see the end of asbestos?

  Despite the many dangers that surround asbestos, it wasn't until the final day of December 2003 that the substance was completely banned in Australia. This means that the deadly mineral s...

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Mesothelioma in Australia

The use of asbestos products in Australia came to a halt more than a decade ago, but the threat of asbestos exposure — and asbestos-related disease — continues to thrive. The danger remains real. ...

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SWATting up on traffic safety

In 2004 WorkSafe Victoria instigated a Safety for Workers and Traffic Campaign (SWAT) designed to increase the level of safety for roadside workers.  Recently WorkSafe Victoria informed a seminar o...

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Is Asbestos Training any good?

Recently the Asbestos Safety & Eradication Agency (ASEA) completed a report based on an “Analysis of existing training materials used by organisations in the utilities sector”.  The report foll...

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Asbestos in Australia

Until around the mid-1980s, Australia had one of the highest rates of asbestos-related illnesses (per capita) in the world. Although the mineral was once touted for its affordability, ease of use, ...

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Rail Safety Around the Country

It may seem obvious to state that not all industries are the same.  A lot of safety knowledge is transferable from industry to industry but some is not.  As the health of industries rise and fall i...

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Do wellness programs work?

Wellness programs are now found in many workplaces. But do they improve wellness or work health and safety (WHS), both in the short term and with longer term sustainability? “The jury is still ou...

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TAFE: is it still relevant?

Faced with reduced funding from the Federal Government, cash-strapped state governments are looking at alternative models for workplace training. In this new environment, questions are being asked...

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Are you driving your workers’ mad?

The high incidence of workers’ compensation claims for psychological injury in Australia remains an ongoing concern for workplace health and safety (WHS) professionals. In recognition of Mental He...

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WHS a priority in new NBN contracts

Work health and safety (WHS) is a key component of NBN’s (formerly NBN Co’s) new NBN jobs contracting model with the Australian construction industry. The performance-based contracts aim to incr...

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“In over 20 years of training, this was one of the best courses I’ve ever attended.”

Queensland Rail

“Great! The instructor made it interesting and enjoyable”

Leighton Contractors

” We heard that AlertForce delivers one of the best courses around so the boss decided to send me to Australia from New Zealand.”

Participant Public Course

“I liked the trainer’s positive outlook and uplifting approach towards completing the long day.”

Visionstream

“Very competent training course. Trainer was very knowledgeable on subject.”

Servicestream

“AlertForce provided an excellent trainer,  knowledgeable on the topic and allowed for active questioning.”

DHS

“Informative and concise training delivered at the right pace.”

AFMA.gov.au

“The Trainer was very engaging”

Fair Work Commission

“Interesting, informative, relevant.”

Airservices Australia

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It is really good
accurate and well presented Asbestos Awareness Online Course, please come up with a new platform to replace Flash Player as Adobe has retired this software
Good course, covered all essential information
I did some courses from AF, they are simple to understand and very useful to me.
Done with the training and it is very helpful and full of information that would be helpful in the future. Great Provider and service! I will def recommend to my friends. Thank You:)-Cham
Really enjoyed this course and would recommend the course and provider if you are looking for asbestos awareness training!
useful info, easy and quick
Good Course, easy and lots of information
Seemed quite comprehensive as an introductory course & was most useful.
very good
Well presented courses
Asbestos Awareness Training by James McIlwaineClear explanations and easy access to the platform and materials to study. Thanks!
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!
great easy learning
easy to use great learning experience
I enjoyed this course
Asbestos awareness coarse.Very easy and informative thankyou

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