Pinnacle Safety and Training Blog
New training facility to benefit WA businesses
Pinnacle Safety and Training is pleased to announce the opening of a new training facility in Perth, Western Australia.
Located in Canning Vale, just 16kms from the CBD, the new training centre has been fitted with state-of-the-art equipment, including a confined space training zone and specialised height safety and rescue training structures.
This is in addition to eight classrooms with multimedia presentation equipment, ample space for rescue and emergency response training exercises and on-site car parking.
CEO, Paul Botwright said the opening of this new facility demonstrates Pinnacle’s dedication to WA businesses.
“Our priority in designing the new site was to develop a space that enables us to deliver first-class training programs for our WA clients.”
“We’ve designed the space as a true-to-life learning environment where our students can experience a variety of situations that might typically arise in the workplace,” Paul said.
“This new facility will greatly benefit WA employers and workers, particularly in the energy, mining, minerals, construction, telecommunications and utility sectors.”
The facility will host Pinnacle’s full range of training programs in safety-related competencies covering height safety, confined space entry, work health and safety, asbestos, plant and equipment, technical rescue, first aid and induction programs.
“We’re also conducting our flagship Certificate IV in Training and Assessment course from this venue,” Paul said.
“In addition to this, our team is also available to provide customised, on-site training anywhere in WA, along with tailored safety solutions to meet the needs of our clients’ businesses.”
Please feel free to call Pinnacle on 1300 990 810 to ask about course availability in Perth, or to discuss options for on-site or group training at any of our 12 locations across Australia. Alternatively, bookings for any of our courses can be made online.
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