Our current Nationally Accredited Training courses are listed below. for more information click on each link….
- First Aid Training (one (1) day course) – HLTFA301C
Day, Evening & Weekend Classes available.
- CPR Training (2 Hour course) – HLTCPR201B
Day, Evening & Weekend classes available
- Low Voltage Rescue / CPR – 39253QLD Course in Low Voltage Electrical Work
Day & Evening Classes available
- Course in First Aid Management of Anaphylaxis – 22099VIC
- Course in Emergency Management of Asthma in the workplace – 22024VIC
Alibi Training Australia offers a range of affordable health and safety training courses from First Aid Training to Risk Management and/or Low Voltage Rescue for electricians. We have developed the highest level of safety-related training suitable for all industries including government employees, education and early childhood staff, security professionals, tradespeople and the general public.
We deliver Nationally Accredited and non-accredited training courses / workshops; all delivered by experienced, professional safety training specialists using the latest adult-based learning techniques, to produce an educational product which is always accurate, up-to-date, and informative.
In addition, we offer select consulting services and products which complement our training and add to the overall safety of our clientele.
Why invest in quality safety training?
In the workplace, ‘due diligence’ means taking every precaution reasonable in the circumstances to protect the health, safety and welfare of all persons. Evidence of due diligence is one of the two defences available to a person, charged with an offence under an Occupational Health and Safety Act.
Due diligence requires that you address ‘identified risks’ in your workplace through a properly functioning and documented health and safety system. The more harmful or serious are the potential dangers, the more you must guard against them to prevent workplace injuries and illnesses. Whether an individual acted diligently, depends on whether he/she took every precaution ‘reasonably practicable’ in the circumstance for that particular case.
To prove due diligence, employers, directors, managers and supervisors must be able to demonstrate that not only was sufficient health and ‘safety instruction and training’ provided, but that recipients understood the training and successfully applied it.
Under the National Occupational and Safety Act, the duty holder must show that it was not reasonably practicable to do more than what was done or that they have taken ‘reasonable precautions and exercised due diligence’. Failure to comply with workplace safety training regiments, including ‘mandatory record keeping and registration’, may lead to legal implications such as the term ‘negligence’. If this unfortunately becomes the case, and you are charged as ‘negligent’, the plaintiff action (your injured employee) will surely follow through in the common law courts.
On the other hand, having solid safety systems and training regimes in place provides a positive defence to any action brought by a plaintiff (employee), especially if businesses and/or principal contractors are able to demonstrate their training and ability to care for the safety of their staff to the standard of a reasonable benchmark.
Therefore, it makes sense to have good training and solid policies in place to exercise a high standard of ‘duty of care’.