Pinnacle Safety and Training Blog
Visit us at the Queensland Safety Show for your chance to win!
Come and visit us at this week’s Queensland Safety Show to go in the draw to win $5,000 worth of nationally accredited training from Pinnacle Safety and Training or a Premium Roof Access Safety Kit from WorkSafeGEAR Australia.
This year’s Safety Show is on from 18-20 June at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre, and entry is free.
Nearly 150 safety-centric exhibitors will be at the show, along with Pinnacle, providing attendees with a rare opportunity to network with safety professionals, receive expert advice and gain cutting-edge knowledge on the latest safety trends and service offerings to help build a safer workplace.
Come and talk to our team at stand E22 about some of the exciting new training packages and services Pinnacle Safety and Training now offers across Australia. We have industry-leading training courses available in areas such as Road Crash Rescue, Vertical Rescue, Rope Access, Confined Space Entry and Rescue, Fire Team Operations and HAZMAT Response. This is in addition to the safety-related services Pinnacle offers in the areas of audit and compliance, emergency response and height and confined space entry.
We’ll also have a guest company attending our stand called WorkSafeGEAR Australia, who sell a range of industrial safety equipment that complements the training we provide. WorkSafeGEAR Australia specialise in the provision of height safety and confined space equipment.
Come and see us this week and accelerate your journey to Zero Harm.
To register, or for more information about the Queensland Safety Show, go to www.qldsafetyshow.com.au or call the visitor hotline on 1300 656 184.
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Warwick presented the best LVR/CPR course I have attended in many years. Often these are dry/boring and by a trainer that lacks knowledge/experience of the subject. I’ll be recommending, and directly booking my team for this course when they are due for renewal.