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We have your solution to fire, emergency and technical risks within your workplace.

The NSCA can help you manage your fire and emergency risks through our fire and emergency training and consulting services.  Our team of Consultants specialise in training and consulting relating to working safely at heights, dangerous goods handling and confined space entry. Call 1800 655 510 for the NSCA Fire and Emergency Experts.

Fire and Emergency Training

The NSCA provide a variety of Fire and Emergency Training Courses that ensure your emergency responders know exactly what to do.

Fire Warden

If a fire starts in your business today, it is imperative you have trained Fire Wardens to manage the emergency. The Fire Warden is an integral part of the Emergency Control Organisation of your Business. This training will equip your nominated Fire Warden on how to raise alarms, initiate basic fire and emergency response and undertake safe evacuation in accordance with the site procedures and in compliance with Australian Standard 3745 and relevant state legislation.

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Chief Warden

Larger businesses with multiple Fire Wardens will need to have a Chief Warden to oversee the evacuation procedure and lead the Fire Wardens. With further competent theory and practical training, participants will have the necessary knowledge and skills to manage large groups of people, deal with the Emergency Services and coordinate Fire Wardens during evacuation safely.

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Fire Extinguisher

If a fire is extinguished within the first 2 minutes the amount of damage and disruption to a business is minimal so it makes sound business sense to ensure your staff are trained to use the fire extinguishers. By law, Fire Extinguishers need to be located at strategic points throughout all buildings. With competent theory and practical training, NSCA Fire Extinguisher training participants will have the necessary knowledge and skills to operate fire fighting equipment safely and identify additional hazards and risks associated with workplace emergencies.

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Breathing Apparatus

With competent theory and practical training, participants will have the necessary knowledge and skills to work safely in accordance with AS1715-2009 – Selection, use and maintenance of Respiratory Protective Equipment, state legislations and compliance codes.

Training services can be delivered on your site or at one of our offices located nationally throughout Australia.

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Working Safely at Heights

Working at heights is one of the greatest causes of injury in the workplace and according to Safety Authorities 95% of all workplace injuries relating to falling could have been prevented if workers had been appropriately trained. This training is competent based so workers will be fully equipped to work safely at heights.

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Dangerous Goods and Hazardous Substance

Up to a quarter of all Australian employees regularly use hazardous substances such as chemicals, flammable liquids and gases in their work so it important you know where they are and how they must be segregated.

Exposure to chemicals commonly used in workplaces can lead to a variety of short and long term health effects such as poisoning, skin rashes and disorders of the lung, kidney and liver.

NSCA’s experts are available to work with you to identify hazardous chemicals in your workplace, help you manage, store and work with these items and provide general advice for the safety of your organisation and your most important asset – people.

We also offer training courses in the management of hazardous chemicals that will provide you and your team with the skills and knowledge required to handle hazardous chemicals, identify the requirements for working with these materials, confirming site incident procedures, select appropriate handling techniques, and generally handle and store dangerous goods and hazardous substances. In addition, these courses will detail the legislative requirements to access Safety Data Sheets and the labelling of hazards chemicals.

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Confined Space Entry

Confined space refers to an area which is enclosed with limited access Confined spaces may be dangerous and need to be assessed appropriately. An example is the interior of a storage tank, which workers may enter for maintenance but which is not ordinarily a habitable space. Hazards in a confined space often include suffocation, submersion in liquids or free-flowing granular solids (for example, grain bins).Many businesses are not even aware they have confined spaces that could require evaluation.

The NSCA OHS/WHS experts are available to help you identify the confined spaces in your workplace, determine contamination levels and help with entry, support and management.

The NSCA also offer training in Confined Space Entry. This course is designed to train all personnel in the requirements of AS/NZS 2865-2009 (Safe Working in a Confined Space) and enable them to work safely in these environments. Confined space training outlines the skills and protocols for safe entry to confined spaces, and includes such precautions as lockout and tagout of any connecting piping, testing of breathable air quality, forced ventilation, observation of workers in the space, and a predetermined rescue plan with appropriate safety harness and other rescue equipment. Furthermore, the NSCA can assist you with developing and populating your confined space register.

Training services can be delivered on your site or at one of our offices located nationally throughout Australia.

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Fire and Emergency Consulting Services

Our team of Consultants specialise in training and consulting relating to working safely at heights, dangerous goods handling and confined space entry. Call 1800 655 510 for the NSCA Fire and Emergency Experts.

 

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