Safetywave’s Response to Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update 16th Nov 2021

First Aid Courses – Class sizes are limited to allow for the social distancing requirements. These will increase / decrease with government lifting its restrictions on numbers in a room.

Safetywave is providing group onsite training.

Guidelines have prepared under the guidance of the Australian Industry and Skills Committee (AISC) statement on the delivery of first aid training – 3rd May 2021 for these sessions to ensure the Safety of both participants and our trainers.  Safetywave will be continuing the simulated training of breaths on a manikin as hot spots can be declared at any time.

First Aid Training Covid 19 Guidelines V3

Australian Resus Council update – 19th August 2021

The ARC recommends Follow National, State/Territorial and local Health and Safety, Infection Control and Occupational Safety requirements and Public Health Directives.

Details from ARC can be viewed here click here

Fire Training – Safetywave will continue conducting Fire safety training both Face to Face and via Zoom, This will allow trainees to log-in from any digital device such as a computer, phone or tablet.

You will be contacted in due course for session details – please check your emails regularly.

With an increase in uncertainty arising due to Coronavirus (COVID-19), Safetywave is focused on implementing significant planning and prevention to ensure our staff and their families’ and participants health and well-being remains of paramount importance.

Please look out for broadcasts (email, website and Facebook) for any changes in our current position.

What can you do in relation to COVID-19?

Everyone must practise good hygiene to protect against infection and prevent the virus spreading. We ask that if you have travelled overseas recently or had contact with someone with Coronavirus (COVID-19) to follow the instructions provided by the Health department.

Good hygiene includes:

  • covering your coughs and sneezes with your elbow or a tissue
  • disposing of tissues properly
  • washing your hands often with soap and water, including before and after eating and after going to the toilet
  • using alcohol-based hand sanitisers
  • cleaning and disinfecting surfaces
  • if you are sick, avoiding contact with others and staying more than 1.5 metres away from people

We understand that this might be stressful and may need extra effort and patience from you – but we think these steps are important to implement. We will notify you directly of any further changes that may impact our ability to support you. If you have any further questions or queries, do not hesitate to email our team [email protected] or give us a call on 1300 662 156.

Please refer to this link for real time updates and factsheets from the Department of Health regarding the Coronavirus (COVID-19)