20 August 2021 A recent Coroners decision in Western Australia included a recommendation that training provided to sports trainers and other first responders should be altered to incorporate recent approaches to treating heat-related illness. This recommendation amongst others, has informed changes to the health training package (HLT) national units of competency which now includes specific … Continue reading “Heat Stroke Management – First Aid”
Aurata Safety delivers bespoke auditing, consulting, training and equipment services to help Australian businesses improve their safety credentials and create safer working environments for their people. Our highly trained staff help demystify the myriad of information encompassed by Australian Standards, State-based Acts, Regulations and Industry Codes of Practice; enabling our clients to meet and exceed their health and safety obligations.
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“Fantastic course. The trainer adapted course content and scenarios to suit my professional context”
Stacey L., Hocking, WA
“That course was way more than just a certificate. Thank you.”
Mike C., West Swan, WA
“Its been a long time since I’ve done a first aid course. Thank you for making me feel comfortable.”
Jenny R., Dianella, WA
I use Aurata for all my first aid, warden and fire extinguisher training. Their Trainers are subject-matter experts who are professional, engaging and have capacity to ensure the courses are relevant to my workplace. Aurata has also helped me review my internal procedures for managing Emergencies to make sure I’m compliant with current laws. I will continue to confidently use Aurata into the future.
Jimmy Grehan, Director
20 August 2021 In mid 2020 the Australian Industry and Skills Committee (AISC) endorsed the release of new versions of eight first aid units of competency within the HLT Health Training Package. These updates have been made to reflect industry best practice, expectations and current regulations, and are now available on the National Register. Eight … Continue reading “New First Aid Units Released”