Posts Tagged ‘efficent’

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.

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.

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.

First Aid service coming to the Northern Beaches?

August 14th, 2019

Is First Aid drone technology needed on the Northern Beaches of Sydney? This fast and efficent technology would go a long way to save lives if we can alert the appropriately trained first aid and CPR responders and get them to the scene. Make a booking for a first aid or CPR course online through www.simpleinstruction.com.au

A team of researchers from the University of South Australia and Middle Technical University in Baghdad has designed the system to remotely monitor elderly people, detecting abnormalities in their heart rate and temperature which can lead to falls, and provide urgent first aid via a drone if a fall occurs.

In a new paper published in Sensors, the researchers describe how a wearable device can monitor vital signs using a wireless sensor attached to the upper arm and send a message to an emergency call centre if physiological abnormalities or a fall are detected.

University of South Australia Adjunct Senior Lecturer Dr Ali Al-Naji and Professor Javaan Chahl are part of the research team.

“The system not only correctly measures heart rate and falls with 99 per cent accuracy, but also identifies the elderly person’s location and delivers first aid much faster,” Professor Chahl said.

“When a case is critical, first aid supplies can be delivered to the patient via a drone, up to 105 seconds faster than an ambulance.”

The fall detection device consists of a microcontroller, two bio-sensors, a GPS module to track the location and a GSM module to send a notification to the smartphones of caregivers. The second part includes a first aid package, a smartphone and a drone to deliver the package.

An advanced smartphone-based program that uses an intelligent autopilot, containing a destination waypoint for planning the path of a drone has also been designed as part of the project.

It is estimated that about 30 per cent of adults over the age of 65 experience at least one fall a year, in many cases fracturing a hip, or sustaining head injuries.

The annual global cost of fall-related acute care for older people has risen dramatically in recent years as the world’s population ages.

In Australia, the annual cost exceeds $600 million, and this figure blows out to billions of dollars each year in the United States and other parts of the world.

Provide First Aid training course on the Northern Beaches (CPR included)

July 24th, 2017

Apply your first aid knowledge by completing a provide first aid or provide CPR training course with Simple Instruction at the Dee Why RSL.

As an added bonus for all the public on the Northern Beaches we are offering the following discount to our training courses:

Provide First Aid HLTAID003 – $100 (includes CPR, a first aid manual, CPR chart, CPR face shield).

Provide CPR HLTAID001 – $55 ( includes a first aid manual, CPR chart, CPR face shield).

Provide an emergency first aid response in an education and care setting HLTAID004 – $130 (includes CPR, asthma and anaphylaxis course, a first aid manual, CPR chart, CPR face shield).

Simple Instruction is re-known for our fast, efficient, friendly and inviting courses. The online learning platform makes the pre-course work easy and students keep coming back to the courses.

Book a private course or come to a public course at the Dee Why RSL.

 

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