Whether you’re a large multi-national, or a small locally run business, safety should be one of your first priorities – for you, your employees and your customers – and we would love to help you achieve this.
Host Safety and Training recognise that upskilling yourself and your team with nationally recognised qualifications is a smart investment.
This unit of competency involves the skills and knowledge required to make decisions about the safety of occupants during a facility emergency and to give instructions on the priority order for responding to an emergency incident.
This unit of competency involves the skills and knowledge required to work within the command, control and coordination structure of an Emergency Control Organisation (ECO). An ECO’s priority is the safety of facility occupants and visitors during an emergency which means ECO members are responsible for pre-emergency, emergency and post-emergency actions. It includes undertaking pre-emergency planning, taking appropriate actions in an emergency and assisting with post-emergency activities.
This unit of competency involves the skills and knowledge required by occupants to recognise emergencies in a facility, to report emergencies and to take appropriate action during facility emergency situations. It includes preparing for emergency situations, reporting emergencies, responding to emergency warnings and advice, choosing the most appropriate course of action and evacuating from a danger area.
This advanced training is required for anyone who may be required to control the works in the space via permit issuing, operate gas detectors, or otherwise supervise confined space operations. This course is designed to be completed as a 2nd-day option for advanced confined space workers.
This nationally accredited course will give you the skills and knowledge to identify confined space hazards, enter a confined space and work safely according to an issued permit and operate various confined space safety equipment.
Asbestos-related diseases have killed thousands of Australians with Australia and the UK having the highest rates of asbestos-related death in the world! Asbestos is highly toxic, causing a range of lung diseases that are slow to develop but in many cases deadly. While its use is now completely prohibited, there is a growing need to safely dispose of asbestos and asbestos-containing material (ACM).