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June 24, 2019

Why Do Some Employers Require First Aid Training for Their Workers?

Are you starting on your very first job in Australia soon? Or perhaps you’ve recently switched professions, with your current one being something that involves a considerable amount of hazards […]
June 17, 2019

Is Your Home Safe for Infants and Small Children?

Do you have an infant or small child in your home that you have to take care of? Or perhaps you’ve just started a family and are expecting a new […]
June 10, 2019
safety hiking

The 9 Golden Rules of Safety on the Hiking Trail

The Land Down Under is a hiker’s paradise. Australia is already famous for its natural terrains and the diversity of its flora and fauna, so what better way to discover […]
June 3, 2019

6 Basic Safety Tips for Workers in Child Care and Education Settings

A child-centric profession, whether it be based in a daycare centre or in a school, is a noble pursuit. A teacher, day care worker, or school administrator assumes a particular […]
May 29, 2019

How Real-Life CPR Differs from What You See on TV Shows and Movies

Has the glamorous heroine been saved from drowning with a few light chest presses and a true love’s kiss? Has the superstar patient been revived from his deathly coma mere […]
April 10, 2019
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It’s Autumn—Possibly the Worst Time for European Wasp Attacks

Can you guess which of Australia’s many venomous animal species is the most threatening to humans? If you guessed snakes, then you’d be off the mark. If you guessed spiders, […]
March 27, 2019
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6 Electrical Safety Tips All Responsible Electricians Know About

Our local electricians are tasked to tend to the “spark” that lights up homes, offices, and establishments across Australia. It’s quite humbling when one realises that these folks continue to […]
March 12, 2019

6 Steps to Make Your Home More Friendly to the Elderly

Australia’s elderly population is notably on the upswing, with the Australian Institute of Family Studies reporting the highest concentration in the areas of Tasmania, South Australia, and New South Wales. […]