This month we’ve updated our Working at Heights course that helps reduce the risk that workers might face, along with our Code of Conduct for the Queensland Public Service and Survive Armed Robbery.
Working At Heights
Working At Heights is designed to help your organisation and your workers to reduce and eliminate the risk associated with performing tasks at a height where there is a risk of falling and injury.
Working At Heights is responsive, providing the best possible user experience on a smartphone, tablet or computer.
Code of Conduct – Queensland Public Service
This course aims to introduce public servants to the Code of Conduct for the Queensland Public Service (the Code) and provide them with a greater understanding of how they are expected to carry themselves. It will also give them an appreciation and understanding of the ethical demands placed upon them.
How to Survive Armed Robbery
Do you work in a cash-handling business? Did you know that armed robbery is the third most violent crime in Australia? Would you know how to help your workers best survive an armed robbery in your workplace? Survive Armed Robbery has been designed to provide workers with the information they need to improve their chances of surviving an armed robbery in their workplace.
The following courses will be retired August 25, 2017:
Code of Conduct Queensland Public Service 2.0.0
Code of Conduct for the Queensland Public Service Assessment 2.0.0
Working at Heights 2.0.0
Survive Armed Robbery 1.0.0