This course aims to refresh and reinforce knowledge around the fines and penalties that may apply to venues and/or individuals for offences under Queensland’s Responsible Service of Gambling legislation.
This course helps learners understand the relevance of WHS in their role, and supplies them with the knowledge and skills needed to apply solid WHS practices to prevent accidents from occurring at work.
Modern slavery can be found in every corner of our globalised world. The term modern slavery describes situations where coercion, threats or deception are used to exploit victims and undermine their freedom.
Slips, trips and falls are the most common cause of workplace injuries. This course aims to help you prevent these incidents by knowing how to identify slip, trip and fall hazards in the workplace, and understanding how to manage these risks. You will also understand the different responsibilities of both employers and employees in preventing slips, trips and falls.
Fires can grow and spread quickly, putting everyone in the workplace at risk. This course aims to prepare employees on what to do when a fire emergency happens, including how to use firefighting equipment and how to safely evacuate the workplace.
First Aid covers the steps taken to help an injured or sick person in the first minutes after an incident has occurred.
This course aims to equip you with the tools needed to confidently respond to any first aid emergency you may encounter at work.
Performing duties whilst under the influence of drugs or alcohol is a leading contributor to workplace injuries in Australia. It’s crucial that both employers and employees understand their responsibilities at work, and that every workplace has a drug and alcohol policy in place.
Every workplace uses chemicals to some extent, ranging from mild cleaning agents through to highly corrosive, flammable and poisonous substances. This course provides practical guidance on how to manage health and safety risks associated with hazardous chemicals used in the workplace.