What First Aid Kit do I need for my Workplace?

In 2012 SafeWork Australia developed a new Code of Practice First Aid in the Workplace. This code replaced the document used in the past by WorkCover NSW.

This new code outlines the contents of one kit only as opposed to the previous 3 sizes of kits A, B & C. This has simplified the kits required within workplaces.

To download a copy of this code please click on this link Code of Practice First Aid in the Workplace

If you require any assistance with your requirements please do not hesitate to contact our office

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The venues we use especially in the Sydney region are clubs, as such, they have the right to set their own restrictions around who can and cannot enter the facility. These restrictions are totally out of our control and not always in line with Health Guidelines. We recommend you contact the venue you are booked to attend the day before the course and check that you are not restricted based on your individual situation. We can transfer your registration free of charge (if due to COVID venue restriction)  only if we are notified the day before a course. Normal cancellation policies will apply if we are not contacted prior to the event.

We are taking all required steps to ensure everyone’s safety including removing tables, no breaths required when doing CPR, ample cleansing wipes, refusal of attendance for any participants presenting with flu or cold symptoms, or those that should be self-isolating. 

Our standing request for unwell students: If you are unwell with any type of “cold or flu” we will NOT ALLOW YOU TO ENTER THE COURSE.

Face masks are not mandatory but we recognize you may choose to wear a mask when visiting our venues

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