This short video explains the measures we have taken at Australia Wide First Aid to ensure safety during the pandemic. Please note, single-use gloves and bandages are available at locations where Covid is being aggressively contained, such as in Melbourne, although they are not provided at all our training locations. Further advice follows below.
Due to COVID-19, in the interest of public health and safety and to reduce the risk of cross contamination, it’s advisable to bring along your own hand sanitiser.
If you’re unable to, you’ll just be required to wash your hands at intervals during the course.
With all the uncertainty around COVID-19, it’s vital you have clarity regarding safe practices relating to your First Aid training.
To begin with, we confirm that, notwithstanding announcements from the Prime Minister, we continue to operate in line with government guidelines.
Direct quote from the Australian Quality Skills Authority (ASQA) web site:
“RTOs can continue to deliver in a face-to-face environment”
We are committed to ensuring the health and safety of our staff and students and have implemented additional hygiene measures.
Since 16 March 2020, we have implemented the following hygiene measures:
Since 25 March 2020, we have implemented the following additional measure:
Australia Wide First Aid has always practised industry-leading hygiene measures and, at this time, we continue to do so with added vigilance.
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