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NSW White Card Course

February 12th, 2020

Locations catering for Sydney CBD, Granville, Dee Why, Miranda, Liverpool, Cammeray & Campbelltown are and all conducted at the Dee Why RSL on the Northern Beaches or we can come to your construction or worksite.

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Our NSW White card training course CPCCWHS1001 (NSW) Prepare to work safely in the construction industry (known as White Card) are at the low price of $115 per person and are conducted through Allen’s Training Pty Ltd 90909. NSW White Card training courses are for anyone entering a construction area and making sure everyone is responsible for eliminating risks and hazards.

All NSW white card training courses CPCCWHS1001 (NSW) include the $23 Safework fee with no hidden costs to the individual on the day.

There are 3 components to this program:

  • Theory training in the classroom
  • Practical training in the classroom
  • Assessment for both knowledge and skills

This NSW White Card CPCCWHS1001 (NSW) course is licenced through SafeWork NSW and we must deliver the program as per their requirements which include:

  • All students must have 100 points of ID on the day of training.
    • Within the 100 points, applicants must show the following;
      • Photo
      • Date of Birth
      • Signature
      • Current Residential Address
  • Training must be conducted over a minimum period of 6hrs not including breaks.
  • A Statement of Training (SOT) must be issued to students if they satisfactorily complete all assessments, demonstrating competency in the program.

An SOT is valid for 60 days after the date issued. With this, students can go onto any construction site immediately after the course.

Student who do not bring 100 points of ID on the day will not be accepted into the White Card course and will have to rebook, paying $40 to rebook the course.

Simple Instruction also offers first aid and CPR training courses conducted at the Dee Why RSL. You can book online for any of our courses by following the links provided.

White Card Near me

January 12th, 2020

Construction White Card NSW course is conducted at the Dee Why RSL on the Northern Beaches of Sydney. The CPCCWHS1001 (NSW) Prepare to work safely in the construction industry (known as White Card) or general construction induction card is needed for anyone who works on a construction site for WHS Worksafe standards.

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You can complete all your white card NSW information online before attending the 6 hours course that is conducted under the auspices of Allens Training RTO 90909. The training course does have a 30min check of the 100 point ID required for WorkCover NSW and WorkSafe NSW with a 30min lunch break with various food options at the Dee Why RSL.

We provide fast, efficent and easy to follow information that participants can follow in a simple manner. We DO NOT provide the White card NSW answers for participants and do not condone training companies that reward irresponsible safe work culture. We encourage all students to participate in the course to the best of their ability and ask as many questions as possible so they receive the right answers before entering a construction zone.

All courses can be booked online through our website.

Construction White Card NSW

January 11th, 2020

Master Builders, labourers, managers, foreman, surveyors, plumbers, electrician and all trades people need a white card to operate in a construction zone. Simple Instruction is offering the construction white card NSW – CPCCWHS1001 (NSW) Prepare to work safely in the construction industry at the Dee Why RSL, Northern Beaches, Sydney.

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Worksafe NSW requires any worker on a construction zone to show their white card for inspection if called upon. Simple Instruction offers fast turn around on our training courses with interim white cards being delivered straight after the course.

Book now with Simple Instruction by clicking on our easy to use, fast and efficent online booking system www.simpleinstruction.com.au and come to the Dee Why RSL for all the practical content.

Course dates for February 5th of 26th and March 11th and 25th in 2020.

All courses are conducted under the auspices of Allens Training Pty Ltd RTO 90909.

First Aid and CPR training courses are also conducted out of the Dee Why RSL.

Fireworks Northern Beaches – First Aid tips for burns

December 31st, 2019

The fireworks on the Northern Beaches of Sydney may of been cancelled in Dee Why and Bayview and North Head is closed due to Bushfire safety. The Northern Beaches Council, The Newport Hotel, fire departments and police have been extremely responsive in getting the message out on facebook and moving on crowds. The fireworks have been cancelled at Dee Why due to the extreme conditions with large swells and high winds making it hard for the Northern Beaches Council to conduct the event safely. The Bayview fireworks were cancelled yesterday due to the fire risk to neighbouring bushland. Manly’s North Head road access has been closed but the Manly fireworks will go ahead over the water. Sydney Harbour fireworks will go ahead as usual with some viewing area closures North Head Manly, Bradleys Head Mosman (various).

Prevention of the risks above need to be appaulded by the authorities and is tough to make these calls.

Burns often occur when fireworks are used – What to do if burnt?

First aid for burns

Remove the person from danger and further injury. Hold the burn under cold running water for 20 minutes. If necessary, prevent heat loss by covering unburnt areas.

Burnt clothing should only be removed if it does not stick to the burn. Do not remove clothing that is stuck to the burn.

Chemicals, such as acids and alkalis, must be washed off with running water for at least 20 minutes but take care not to splash the chemicals onto unaffected skin or other people. A cool shower is ideal.

Superficial burns require pain relief, dressings, and regular review to make sure they have not become infected.

Do not apply anything other than water to second or third degree burns until they are fully cooled and medically assessed.

A major burn is defined as a burn of any depth that involves more than 20 per cent of the total body surface area for an adult and more than 10 per cent of the total body surface area for a child. Allens Training

Major burns are a medical emergency and require urgent treatment. Immediately apply cold water to all affected areas and then call triple zero (000) for an ambulance. A cool or lukewarm shower is ideal.

Book online with Simple Instruction first aid and CPR for your up to date training certificate and courses conducted at the Dee Why RSL. www.simpleinstruction.com.au

Allens Training First Aid Course

December 21st, 2019

Simple Instruction provides training and assessment on the Northern Beaches of Sydney on behalf of Allens Training RTO 90909. Allens Training has been quality assured for over 20 years and we are a proud partner delivering easy, fun, simple and engaging first aid and CPR training courses.

Simple Instructions main instructors Ian Wood and Mitchell Harris are dedicated to delivering the best first aid experience for our clients, tailoring each course to suit their needs. We are a mobile first aid business and welcome the opportunity to come to your child care centre, office or any other workspace to conduct courses.

The most popular and cheap training courses are the HLTAID003 Provide First Aid $125 (includes CPR), HLTAID001 Provide Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation $60 and HLTAID004 Provide an Emergency First Aid Response in an Education and Care Setting $145 (includes CPR). Booking a course online is easy and we have plenty of training dates coming up in January for 2020.

Northern Beaches Council – Pool safety and first aid recommendations

October 27th, 2019

Safety on the Northern Beaches is crucial not just on our beaches but also around the home. The Northern Beaches council has strict guidelines for pool safety and recommends first aid and CPR training be current and charts hung for those around water.

Original article published – https://www.northernbeaches.nsw.gov.au/community/safety-and-wellbeing/pool-safety

Home drowning deaths occur year around and it’s every pool owner’s responsibility to make sure pools are safe. Here you’ll find essential information about new swimming pool laws, safety requirements and pool registration. Don’t take chances in and around the pool.

Swimming Pool Registration

Pool and spa owners need to register their pools on the NSW Government online register(Opens in a new window) to avoid fines.

Your pool or spa must comply with all pool safety legal requirements.  You need a Swimming Pool Compliance Certificate to be able to sell or lease your property. Application Form(Opens in a new window)

What if My Pool Doesn’t Meet Standards?

If your pool fails to meet compliance, Council will let you know the work required to gain certification. You’ll be given a certificate of non-compliance which should be provided to your solicitor or conveyancer if you’re selling your property.

Swimming Pool Barriers

Registered compliant pools or spas need a barrier at least 1.2m high with no gaps more than 10cm underneath.

Gates must open outwards and be self-closing and self-latching. Gate latches must be 1.5m above ground level or have a shield.

Boundary fences forming part of the pool barrier must be 1.8 metres high.

Pool Fences are Important

Backyard pool drownings due to faulty pool fencing can be avoided. Keep pool fencing clear and well maintained. Anything potentially climbable, that might serve as a foothold, must be kept at least 900mm clear of fences and gates. Spas not enclosed by a pool barrier must be covered by a child-resistant lockable lid.

Swimming Pool Barrier Inspection Program

Northern Beaches Council has established an inspection program as required under Section 22B of the Swimming Pools Act 1992. The program sets out inspection priorities, fee payment arrangements and the approach to be taken to ensure compliance. 

Council Inspections

Council proactively inspects backyard pools for safety compliance. Find out more about Council’s Barrier Inspection Program(Opens in a new window). Or make use of these checklists(Opens in a new window).

Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)

Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) is life-saving first aid(Opens in a new window) and an essential skill for backyard pool owners.

CPR resuscitation chart(Opens in a new window) must be displayed within the pool or Spa area.

CPR is a combination of mouth-to-mouth resuscitation and chest compressions delivering oxygen and artificial blood circulation to anyone in cardiac arrest.

Public Swimming Pools

Northern Beaches Council has an effective program of registering and inspecting all public swimming pools and spas. This ensures public health standards of cleanliness and safety are maintained.

This program covers, club, workplace, accommodation guest, school and hospital pools. Under Public Health Regulation 2012, pools posing a public health risk can be closed.

Find more detailed information on pool and spa safety regulations on the NSW Government Fair Trading Website(Opens in a new window).

Book online through our website for your first aid or CPR training course. Simple Instruction offers HLTAID003 Provide First Aid, HLTAID001 Provide Cardiopulmonary Resusciation and HLTAID004 Provide an emergency first aid response in an education and care setting.

Training Desk – Allen’s Training

August 28th, 2019

First Aid and CPR Training courses on the Northern Beaches have never been more simple with the introduction of Training Desk through our Registered Training Organisation Allen’s Training RTO 90909. Certficates are issued in a fast and efficent manner and training courses offer more practical elements and less paperwork.

Simple Instruction is offering First Aid and CPR Training courses at the Dee Why RSL. Training courses are down to earth, informative, skills based and most importantly fun for your learning.

Please book in online through training desk to secure your place in a course.

Northern Beaches NOT trained in First Aid

August 2nd, 2019

FEWER than 5 per cent of Australians are qualified in first aid, sparking an urgent call from emergency services for people to update their skills and save a life.

Red Cross data released yesterday revealed Australia had one of the lowest rates of first-aid training in the world.

Parents were among those singled out as Red Cross ­trainer Janie McCullagh said first-aid skills could save the life of a loved one. “It can be the difference between life and death,” Ms McCullagh said.

“Our program is popular with pregnant ladies and their partners, they come along to learn what to do even before they have children. I think it would be appropriate for all adults to learn whether they are starting a family or not.”

First-aid training helped Seaforth mum Susie Campbell save two lives, including her young son Thomas when he was a baby.

The 43-year-old was taking then-nine-week-old Thomas, now seven, for a walk in a sling when she noticed he wasn’t breathing. She was able to resuscitate­ Thomas using cardio­pulmonary resuscitation (CPR) skills she had learned just a week earlier.

Susie Campbell was able to revive her son Thomas Campbell, now 7, after he went into cardiac arrest. Picture: Danny Aarons
Susie Campbell was able to revive her son Thomas Campbell, now 7, after he went into cardiac arrest. Picture: Danny Aarons

Her first-aid training kicked in again just six months later when she heard her neighbour screaming frantically for help.

“I ran across and my neighbour’s son was turning blue, he had a lollipop stuck in his throat,” Mrs Campbell said.

“I knew I had to get it out because if it went down his throat any more he wouldn’t have been able to breathe.

“I flipped him upside down and all of a sudden it just shot out of his mouth.”

Mrs Campbell said knowing first aid was essential and every parent should make it their responsibility to learn.

“It gave me the confidence to deal with it then and there,” she said. “Without it, it may have been too late.”

Ms McCullagh said at the very minimum people learn CPR, which keeps oxygenated blood pumping through the body — ensuring it reaches the brain and vital organs.

If administered within the first minute after a person’s heart has stopped, their chance of surviving is 80 per cent. “People have to be ready to know what to do,” Ms McCullough said.

Knowing how to stop a critical bleed could also mean the difference between life and death, she said, adding that while first-aid won’t always result in the best outcome it can make a real difference.

“Once you have the knowledge it stays with you for life and gives you the confidence to react in the event of an accident,” she said.

Book in for a first aid or CPR training course with Simple Instruction at the Dee Why RSL, Northern Beaches, Sydney.

CPR Training just became easier on the Northern Beaches

July 22nd, 2019

The amazing Brayden CPR Manikin lets your students see the real point of CPR – getting blood flowing to the brain and other organs.

Using animated LED lights under the skin, your students will see the effect their CPR Compression Depth, Speed and Recoil has as the red LED lights respond to the quality of their technique.

This essential visual learning tool instantly reinforces CPR Trainers instructions to students. The Brayden CPR Manikin’s dual modes help structure CPR training: from learning effective CPR to perfecting CPR technique, in accordance with ARC guidelines.

Three sets of lights give instant feedback:

CHEST COMPRESSION INDICATING LIGHTS

These LEDs represent the volume of blood being circulated by the depth of the chest compressions.

They fully animate when the depth of compressions is over 5cm – too shallow or without full recoil they will only partially illuminate. In Mode 2 (advanced learning) these lights will freeze full-on if compressions are too deep (above 6cm).

BLOOD CIRCULATION INDICATING LIGHTS

These LEDs represent the flow of blood from the heart towards the brain.

The speed of the blood flow shown varies according to the depth and speed of compressions, only fully animating when the depth is effective and compressions are at a rate of 100-120 per minute.

CPR QUALITY INDICATING LIGHTS

These LEDs indicate when bloodflow is reaching the brain.

These will only light when the depth and speed of the compressions are both correct.

Please make a booking with Simple Instruction online via the website. All First aid and CPR courses are available. Public courses are conducted at the Dee Why RSL, Northern Beaches, Sydney.

CPR training course – Northern Beaches, Sydney

July 17th, 2019

Provide CPR HLTAID001 training courses are available for July, August and September on the Northern Beaches of Sydney. Simple Instruction conducts its training courses at the Dee Why RSL and have regular accredited first aid and CPR certification and training for all workplaces and industry.

Book online to confirm you place in one of our easy, cheap and informative first aid or CPR courses and you will be pleasantly surprised.

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