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NOW YOU CAN MANAGE HOT WORK SAFELY WITHOUT THE GRIND.

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2020

Tue

01

Dec

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2020

Tue

01

Dec

With the right knowledge, hot work* need not put your business at risk. Effective training and correct
procedures help ensure compliance with the OHS Act and greatly reduce the possibility of hot work
related fire in your facility. Not having the requisite hot work procedure and permit in place may also
have negative implications on your insurance cover in the event of fire damage.

 

This training workshop is a must for management, employees and contractors involved in hot work
and will cover all aspects of safely managing the hazards associated with this activity. Knowledge is
power: learn the easy way to keep your business safe!

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