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    Come join us at the WA Safety Show (7-9 August)

    We are pleased to announce that we will be exhibiting and hosting a free workshop at this years WA safety Show.

    Running from the 7-9 August, at the Perth Convention Centre, the WA Safety Show is Western Australia’s only dedicated workplace health and safety show. During the event we will be hosting a free one hour workshop where you can learn how a new  Code of Practice for Managing The Risk Of Falls At Workplaces has just changed the way to work at heights.

    Among the headline changes are:

    • a dismantling of the 2-metre-high rule,
    • compulsory ladder inspections,
    • tougher conditions for the use of harnesses, and
    • the mandating of Australian Standards.

    In just an hour, we’ll explain the changes and what they mean for WA workplaces.

    How to Register

    This special manager’s workshop seminar will be run on August 7 and 8 at the WA Safety Show. Click here to register for what’s bound to be a popular session.

    Visit us at stand C16 during the show, where we will be demonstrating our total range of  fall prevention systems, encompassing everything from guardrails to harnesses. Also, enter our stand competition and be in the running for a share in $1,000 of height safety gear and services, including audits, inspections, training and risk assessments.