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WHY IS HEALTH AND SAFETY TRAINING IMPORTANT WITHIN MINE SITES?

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When working on a mine site, workers can encounter all types of hazards including fire, flood, explosion, gas leaks, falls and collapse. Continued training in Workplace Safety and procedures is an essential requirement to ensure workers remain safe and that legislation is adhered to.

Access Unlimited have a wide range of courses that provide the core knowledge and qualifications required to work on mine sites.

Trainees will work through both theoretical and practical assessments that will lead to issue of required certification.

Providing health & safety training helps to:

  • ensure that employees are not injured on site or encounter anything that make them ill
  • educates workers and helps to create a ’safety first’ culture within the workplace.
  • provide guidelines and procedures on how health and safety can be implemented in the workplace.
  • ensure that employers have fulfilled their legal duty to protect the health and safety of their employees.
  • can help a business avoid the financial costs of accidents & occupational ill health.

Australian standards require that you provide employees with the required information, instruction and training needed to meet health and safety requirements.

Access Unlimited is able to deliver the following training courses:

  • Height Safety Training
  • Confined Space Training
  • Gas Test Atmospheres
  • Issue Work Permits
  • Rope Access Training-ARAA
  • Rescue Training
  • First Response to Fire
  • Breathing Apparatus


If your company needs any further information on safety legislation or what Workplace Safety courses are available then please contact us on 1800 607 558

 

 

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