October Company Report
This year is going by quite quickly so to keep track of all our events, we decided to create a monthly newsletter. We will soon have an option on our website www.nationalsafetyservices.com.au where you can subscribe to our mailing list or you can simply send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org to join. If you join, you’ll receive a newsletter once a month with our monthly report and future news.
For those who don’t really know much about National Safety Services, we like to explain who we are simply with; we provide solutions, support & opportunity for organisations to establish positive & sustainable work, health and safety practices that benefits everyone.
National Safety Services is registered Training Organisation - RTO Number 45092.
In the 30 days of September, we taught 27 advertised (A few more privately booked) classes on different quality training courses including; Working at Heights, Asbestos Removal & Awareness, Low Voltage Rescue CPR, EEHA, First Aid, Fire Training and Confined Space. Following on with 23 advertised days of training (32 courses ran) in the 31 days of October. We recently added the new training course RISI - Safely Access The Rail Corridor. This has been quite popular so, we are continuing this training quite regularly.
On our website, you can view the wide range of training courses we have on scope.
Our trainer traveled down to Cobar late August, where he held training courses during the week competently training up a class in LVR/CPR (Low Voltage Rescue & Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation).
This month we introduced our new mascot Maggie May to a lucky group studying Fire Training. Maggie is a 5 year old Newfoundland who loves pats and treats. She was surely a hit!
This year has been quite successful with current clients sending more employees to be trained through us and a number of new businesses beginning to connect with us. It can only grow from there!
The classes have been going well and the students have been leaving their training days fully competent in their area of work. We are always striving to train them to their best of their ability to deliver qualified workers back to their company.
Below are a couple of reviews on our Facebook Page
Hayden Metcalf reviewed National Safety Services — 5 stars
“National Safety Services have a great workspace, classroom and lunchroom. The trainer showed us heaps of examples and even drew detailed diagrams on the whiteboard to help us understand better. I am glad I came here for my training.”
Report From Our Trainer
August has been a prodigious month for the number of students engaged and the site deliveries. From the Central Coast to Cobar there was a higher than normal period on the road. Catching up with students previously trained always has its benefits as many have either used their training to mitigate risk either at work or home. One of the highlights from being a trainer is when someone you’ve trained relates a personal story of a positive outcome. Such as one of our CPR students having to assist his choking child to remove an airway obstruction.