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A short video that shares personal safety information for international students living in Adelaide. The video provides • An introduction to police services in South Australia • How to stay safe in Adelaide • Where to go for help • How to access emergency services
The thank God you're here guy's have a comical look at safety.
Riskology consulting training intro video for harmonisation training
New occupational health and safety regulations result in a gruesome injury for Warren Davis. http://www.glenatwork.com 'Like' us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/glenatworktv Follow us on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/glenatworktv
http://riskteq.com/ Workplace Health and Safety obligations have changed. Watch this short video to see how you could be impacted and the systems that are necessary to proactively manage WHS obligations. Connect with Us Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RiskTeq LinkedIn http://bit.ly/RiskTeq G+ http://bit.ly/1Ct9G7I Twitter https://twitter.com/RiskTeq Visit our Website http://riskteq.com/
An incredibly close call—technically an accident—happened 47 years ago at Sydney Airport when a TAA Boeing 727 struck the tail fin of a Canadian Pacific Airlines DC-8 as it was taking off. So how were both aeroplanes on the same runway at the same time? Doug Spiers, the first officer of the TAA aircraft, talks to Flight Safety Australia about what happened on that dark and rainy night. Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) -- 'Safe skies for all' CASA regulates civil aviation safety in Australia and the operation of Australian aircraft outside Australian territory. We license pilots, register aircraft, oversee safety and promote safety awareness. CASA is also responsible for ensuring Australian airspace is administered and used safely. Follow CASA on Facebook: https://www.facebook.c...
Going out and having fun is part of university life. But you also need to take care of your personal safety. www.scu.edu.au
safety demo for boeing 737-800
V Australia's animated safety video is unique and entertaining, yet it still manages to be informative, instructional and concise. It meets all regulatory requirements set by the Civil Aviation Safety Authority while maintaining a sense of V cheekiness. Take a look at the clip and meet the eight hero characters!
Airtime is a Crew Resource Management training video designed for LCRPT (Low Capacity RPT) and General Aviation operators. It includes a primary story which is accompanied by 13 short videos that examine and analyse various CRM principles (including topics such as fatigue, threat and error management and safety management systems). The series of videos was produced by Australia's Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) as part of the "Safety behaviours: Human factors Guide for Pilots" toolkit so general aviation operators had a resource on which to base more comprehensive ground based training. The videos are *not* a substitue for a broader company-wide classroom-based CRM program. Additional training materials, videos and work booklets are available from our website at http://www.Cre...
Living #SafeWork in Australia. In our first safety video diary, we visit our Ravensworth Open Cut mine in Australia and talk to employees about what programmes they’re putting in place to support our SafeWork initiative. One such programme, “My job, my future, my family” is encouraging employees to take personal accountability for workplace safety by avoiding shortcuts, making better decisions and ultimately ensuring they go home to their families safely every single day.
This lecture looks at WHS legislation, codes of practice and duty holders in Australia, workers' compensation, Australian Standards, safety leadership, culture and health and safety as a profession in Australia. An information sheet accompanies the lecture and can be downloaded from www.kitney.com/lsbu
Australia is known for it's sandy beaches and swimming is a popular past time. Follow these tips and stay safe! Learn more www.allianzassistancehealth.com.au Swimming is a popular pastime in Australia, but it can be dangerous so follow these tips and stay safe! • always read signs before entering water • swim between red and yellow flags at beaches patrolled by lifeguards • swim with a friend and never swim at a closed beach • if you get caught in a strong current, swim diagonally across not against it • if you need help, stay calm and stick up your hand • never jump into water when you don’t know how deep it is • always obey signs at lakes and rivers • and consider swimming lessons that might save you or your family’s life!
Valmet’s 12,000 professionals around the world work close to its customers and are committed to moving their performance forward - every day. The safety and health of our people and our partners are core to every aspect of our services and operations. We are thus committed to the continuous safety improvement of our own operations and of the industries we serve. We believe that every injury can be prevented. At Orora paper mill outside of Sydney, Australia, Valmet is taking care of all the mill maintenance operations Bhawana Naidu is the one responsible for continuously improving the safety system. All safety issues are measured and reported on daily, weekly, monthly and yearly basis. At Orora every morning starts with a safety spine. That is a five to seven minute stretch and strength ...
Bruce and Denise Morcombe will share strategies for students in year 3 to 6 to help promote safety. How to Recognise, React and Report unsafe situations will be included. Download a teacher guide and the safety network activity for students prior to watching the lesson http://www.recognisereactreport.com.au Thank you: Denise Morcombe OAM, Bruce Morcombe OAM, Sergeant Marty Hunt, St Flannan's Catholic Primary School
Picture this - you're underwater, upside down, buckled tightly into a seat inside a steel cage and unable to see. This is not a situation you would willingly put yourself in - but doing so could save your life. Read 'Taking the plunge': http://www.casa.gov.au/fsa Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) -- 'Safe skies for all' CASA regulates civil aviation safety in Australia and the operation of Australian aircraft outside Australian territory. We license pilots, register aircraft, oversight safety and promote safety awareness. CASA is also responsible for ensuring Australian airspace is administered and used safely. Follow CASA on Twitter: http://twitter.com/#!/CASABriefing Subscribe to CASA on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/CASABriefing/featured Visit the CASA Online Store...