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WA Jobs from WA Resources
 
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Labor Spokesperson for Local Jobs Peter Tinley talks about the need to make sure Western Australians get jobs from Western Australian resource projects. Every Western Australian should get the benefits of the boom: - Youth unemployment in Western Australia is as high as 18.3 per cent. - 3,500 apprentices lost from 2008 to July 2010. - During the last boom we had thousands of engineers working in the oil and gas sector in WA. - In 2011 engineers are forced overseas to work on WA projects. Labor has a plan to keep jobs in WA by: - ensuring a fair share of engineering, manufacturing and fabrication jobs for WA; - ensuring deals done with the government will be available for all to see; - allowing local businesses to compete on a level playing field; and - ensuring the benefits of the mining boom flow into local workshops.
Views: 264 WA Labor
iSpani 7 - Episode 9: Chemical engineer mineral processing
 
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iSpani Hustler Pfano Nembudani chose a career that allowed her to follow her interests being always passionate about the "why" behind the things we do and the strategies we follow to achieve our goals. Chemical engineers play a pivotal role in society and have the opportunity to improve the everyday lives of people, when you add those skills to the results of mineral processing you find a career that makes it possible for natural materials like metals to be in a usable form, tailored to make special materials for almost any application, from food to technology. Pfano’s determination to work at Mintek is as strong as the metals she hopes to process, and iSpani is there to share her journey. https://www.facebook.com/Ispani-210180419044256/ https://twitter.com/iSpanionSABC1 Catch iSpani Tuesdays at 13:30 on SABC 1. Every episode is repeated Thursdays at 23:00. iSpani is a reality documentary that takes viewers into the world of work. Each week a candidate tries his or her hand at a chosen career. iSpani takes the viewer into environments offering candidates positions at entry level, creating awareness of the academic, personal and training requirements in the specific field.
Views: 8866 SABC Education Shows
MSS Strategic Medical Rescue Mine Competition no fatality or death
 
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MSS Strategic Medical and Rescue showcase.
Views: 214 Lester Miles
2016 International Mines Rescue Competition (IMRC 2016)
 
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Some important lessons from the 2016 International Mines Rescue Competition. 27 Teams representing 14 nations were put to the test in Sudbury, Ontario, Canada demonstrating technical skills and abilities in the most hazardous of all underground jobs.
Views: 4431 Ontario Mine Rescue
GE work in Australia
 
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GE in Australia -- Distribution with IPD Industrial. GE, a global leader in innovation and development has, like IPD Industrial, a long history of involvement in our Australian landscape. This video articulates the broad based GE successes here with medical, mining, oil & gas, environmental science put into practical application, powering jet engine technology and providing electrical solutions from home to heavy industry where their partner IPD engages.
Views: 1490 IPD Group
6th Annual Safe Work Australia Awards: Category 4a Winner's Interview
 
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Glen Barber was awarded Best Individual Contribution to Workplace Health and Safety for his work as Health and Safety Representative for the Operations Unit Leaders at the Loy Yang Power Station.
Confined space training highlights with Koolat Safety
 
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Koolat Safety is a Registered Training Organisation (RTO) that delivers all Licences for High Risk Work (LHRW) and Earthmoving licences to the Gold Coast, Gladstone, New South Wales and Australia Wide. They provide nationally recognised training and all students who successfully complete our accredited training receive a nationally recognised statement or qualification. Their trainers and assessors are approved by the regulatory body in each relative Australian State and have many years industry experience.
Take Your First Step - Offshore Entry Program at ERGT Australia
 
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The Offshore Entry Program at ERGT Australia will immerse you in a realistic offshore environment, providing you with the complete package to enter the offshore industry. The practical course combines the Common Safety Training Program (CSTP) with Basic Offshore Induction and Emergency Training (BOSIET), to not only deliver you the required competencies to work in the industry, but also best prepare you to take that first step offshore.
Views: 1367 ERGT Australia
Scaffolding Western Australia
 
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http://scaffolding-perth.com.au - Scaffolding Perth provide Scaffolding Western Australia services all across Perth. Give us a call for your Scaffolding Western Australia needs. We will provide you with an obligation free quote. Our team is experienced and specialised with all aspects relating to Scaffolding Western Australia
Views: 55 scaffoldingperth
Confined Space Entry - Specialist Height Access
 
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Confined Space Entry, Specialist Height Access Pty Ltd is Australia's premier industrial rope access company. Please visit http://specialistheightaccess.com.au/
Views: 34 Smith Sha
Pilbara Access - Rio Tinto Emergency Response Skills Challenge Exmouth 2010
 
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Pilbara Access - Rio Tinto Emergency Response Skills Challenge Exmouth 2010
Views: 1934 PilbaraAccess
Ex-NZ Idol contestant owns Australian scaffolding company
 
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In Western Australia, a 25-year-old Māori is giving other Māori a helping hand to live and work in Kalgoorlie, 500kms east of Perth. Rongo Keene, of former NZ Idol fame, started his own scaffolding business with a friend three years ago and now services mines and other businesses in the area.
Views: 11658 Te Karere TVNZ
Neptune Asset Integrity Services Capability Video
 
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Neptune Asset Integrity Services is the only NATA NDT, IRATA Rope Access and ISO9001 quality accredited Australian company. We provide quality multi-disciplined NDT, Inspection and Rope Access technicians to Oil & Gas and Mining Industries across Australia and Asia.
Views: 801 NeptuneAIS
yallourn chimney, installing rockfall protection by rope access, lovely view.
 
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hanging around, letting nick do all the work. 175m chimney. Aging coal fired power station which supplies 20% of Victorias electricity.
Views: 648 Ralph Horn
Rope Access - How to tie an Alpine Butterfly Knot - Rescue Emergency Knot for Emergency Services
 
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Visit: http://www.diamondprotection.com Course enquiry: http://www.diamondprotection.com/course-enquire/ Email enquiry at: [email protected] Phone: 1300 669 155 In this video, Locky from Diamond's training team provides some key instructions on how to tie a an Alpine Butterfly Knot which is used in rescue applications or vertical rescue training. Learn more - read this ... Diamond Protection’s Vertical Rescue Training is designed for personnel who may be required to undertake vertical rescue operations as a member of a rescue / emergency team. Typically performed by emergency service or response teams, this unit is physically and mentally challenging. Candidates must be physically fit with past heights training and experience. You must be comfortable and familiar with harness operation with the skills in fall protection techniques. Undertake Vertical Rescue training is a nationally accredited course delivered upon request. (In partnership with our Australian Private and Government Registered Training Organisations). Diamond has training centres around Australia and can conduct this course at your workplace throughout Australia and beyond. Qualification Upon satisfactory completion of this course, participants will be issued with a statement of attainment, recognised within the Australian Qualifications Framework and issued under authority of the National Vocational Education and Regulator Act 2011, for competency: • PUASAR032A Undertake vertical rescue • PUASAR022A Participate in a rescue operation Pre-Requisites The statement of attainment will only be issued if participants hold a current statement of attainment in • PUAEME001B Provide emergency care OR • HLTFA211A Provide basic emergency life support Course Duration is around 4 days (32 hours). Course Overview Diamond’s Undertake vertical rescue course gives participants the skills and knowledge to undertake vertical rescue in a range of emergency situations in natural and man-made environments. Vertical rescue training will provide information to students on: • Operational briefing and debriefing procedures • Casualty assessment and emergency management • Rescue team roles, responsibilities and • Vertical rescue equipment • Knowledge of breaking strains and safe working loads • Relevant WHS requirements, legislation and codes of practice and organisational procedures • Vertical rescue concepts and practices The Vertical Rescue training is a highly practical training program that will provide students with the skills to: • Check, service and maintain vertical rescue equipment • Raise and lower stretchers and patient handling • Establish, maintain, monitor and use of: - ascent and descent systems - safety systems - stretcher rigging • Select rope, use knots, secure anchors • Construct mechanical advantage systems • Perform “pick off” rescues • Utilise a range of vertical rescue techniques and equipment • Implement safe and effective scene management procedures • Manage edge protection • Treat and package casualties • Manage potential suspension trauma • Undertake scene assessment and reporting • Use communications effectively This training is ‘hands on’. A range of rescue scenarios are implemented to suit a variety of emergency service environments. Participants will establish safe systems to gain access to and recover casualties, extricate casualties to minimise further injury or discomfort while conducting rescue operation and be able to apply safe work practices to vertical rescue operations to ensure maximum protection to themselves, their team and the victim. Diamond Protection’s vertical rescue training can be tailored to meet your work site needs to ensure that participants are competent in a range of relevant vertical rescue methods and techniques. Whether you work in a confined space, in a min, refinery or on a vessel or in a mine, Diamond’s vertical rescue training can be tailored to address your unique workplace challenges. Visit: http://www.diamondprotection.com Course enquiry: http://www.diamondprotection.com/course-enquire/ Email enquiry at: [email protected] Phone: 1300 669 155 This video link: http://youtu.be/OwffvlkGlwo
Views: 8055 Diamond Protection
Vertical Rescue - How To Invert (Rescue & Emergency Operations)
 
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Visit: http://www.diamondprotection.com Course enquiry: http://www.diamondprotection.com/course-enquire/ Email enquiry at: [email protected] Phone: 1300 669 155 In this video, Locky from Diamond's training team provides some key instructions on how to invert (during vertical rescue training). Diamond Protection’s Vertical Rescue Training is designed for personnel who may be required to undertake vertical rescue operations as a member of a rescue / emergency team. Typically performed by emergency service or response teams, this unit is physically and mentally challenging. Candidates must be physically fit with past heights training and experience. You must be comfortable and familiar with harness operation with the skills in fall protection techniques. Undertake Vertical Rescue training is a nationally accredited course delivered upon request. (In partnership with our Australian Private and Government Registered Training Organisations). Diamond has training centres around Australia and can conduct this course at your workplace throughout Australia and beyond. Qualification Upon satisfactory completion of this course, participants will be issued with a statement of attainment, recognised within the Australian Qualifications Framework and issued under authority of the National Vocational Education and Regulator Act 2011, for competency: • PUASAR032A Undertake vertical rescue • PUASAR022A Participate in a rescue operation Pre-Requisites The statement of attainment will only be issued if participants hold a current statement of attainment in • PUAEME001B Provide emergency care OR • HLTFA211A Provide basic emergency life support Course Duration is around 4 days (32 hours). Course Overview Diamond’s Undertake vertical rescue course gives participants the skills and knowledge to undertake vertical rescue in a range of emergency situations in natural and man-made environments. Vertical rescue training will provide information to students on: • Operational briefing and debriefing procedures • Casualty assessment and emergency management • Rescue team roles, responsibilities and • Vertical rescue equipment • Knowledge of breaking strains and safe working loads • Relevant WHS requirements, legislation and codes of practice and organisational procedures • Vertical rescue concepts and practices The Vertical Rescue training is a highly practical training program that will provide students with the skills to: • Check, service and maintain vertical rescue equipment • Raise and lower stretchers and patient handling • Establish, maintain, monitor and use of: - ascent and descent systems - safety systems - stretcher rigging • Select rope, use knots, secure anchors • Construct mechanical advantage systems • Perform “pick off” rescues • Utilise a range of vertical rescue techniques and equipment • Implement safe and effective scene management procedures • Manage edge protection • Treat and package casualties • Manage potential suspension trauma • Undertake scene assessment and reporting • Use communications effectively This training is ‘hands on’. A range of rescue scenarios are implemented to suit a variety of emergency service environments. Participants will establish safe systems to gain access to and recover casualties, extricate casualties to minimise further injury or discomfort while conducting rescue operation and be able to apply safe work practices to vertical rescue operations to ensure maximum protection to themselves, their team and the victim. Diamond Protection’s vertical rescue training can be tailored to meet your work site needs to ensure that participants are competent in a range of relevant vertical rescue methods and techniques. Whether you work in a confined space, in a min, refinery or on a vessel or in a mine, Diamond’s vertical rescue training can be tailored to address your unique workplace challenges. Visit: http://www.diamondprotection.com Course enquiry: http://www.diamondprotection.com/course-enquire/ Email enquiry at: [email protected] Phone: 1300 669 155 This video link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j6SM96eOnfQ
Views: 3540 Diamond Protection
Just the Job - Mechanical fitter
 
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Find out about working as a mechanical fitter in the geothermal industry, then learn more about this job and hundreds more on the Careers New Zealand website http://www.careers.govt.nz. Brought to you by Contact Energy and Just the Job.
Views: 67302 careersnz
Victoria Converts Brown Coal To Power And Light. Australian Diary 14
 
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Made by The National Film Board 1948. Directed by Jack S Allan. Open cut mining in the Latrobe Valley, Victoria, produces tonnes of low grade brown coal that is burnt, unprocessed, in the Yallourn Power Station, which in 1948, supplied 66% of Victoria's electricity. The high moisture content of unprocessed brown coal makes it a less efficient and higher carbon dioxide producing coal. Yallourn Power Station today produces 22% of Victoria's power supply and 8% of the national market.
Views: 4297 NFSA Films
Loy Yang Power Station Victoria Gippsland Electricity for Victoria Coal mines
 
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Coal burning power station situated at Loy Yang, 8km from Traralgon Victoria, Central Gippsland. You can see this one as you drive into Traralgon from Melbourne. The cooling towers show steam at the top but the slimmer towers have sulfur and god knows what other products coming out of the top, you can smell it if you're up close. I'm glad I don't eat the meat from the surrounding cattle up there. Mercury comes from the burning of coal when the elements from these smoke stacks dissolve in the sea and sink to the depth where Tuna swim. Now you know. March 2015 - Rated in the top 5 polluters in Australia.
Views: 1397 mikeycbd
Atlas Access - Rope Access Services
 
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Construction Civil, Mining, Oil & Gas Training & Assessment Equipment
Views: 160 AtlasAccess
Work Stories (sooubway)
 
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I was a sandwich ARTIST, okay? Because subways are everywhere, there's probably someone watching this who used to or is working at subway right now. How is it? I thought it was an okay job. Twitter ➤ https://twitter.com/Theodd1sout Website ➤ https://theodd1sout.com/
Views: 42293652 TheOdd1sOut
Disaster Management:  Emergency | Rescue | Safety: Vertical Rescue Points of Contact
 
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Disaster Management Strategy Visit: http://www.diamondprotection.com Course enquiry: http://www.diamondprotection.com/course-enquire/ Email enquiry at: [email protected] Phone: 1300 669 155 In this video, John from Diamond's training team provides some key instructions on how to understanding vertical rescue points of contact during vertical rescue training / operations. Learn more - read this ... Diamond Protection’s Vertical Rescue Training is designed for personnel who may be required to undertake vertical rescue operations as a member of a rescue / emergency team. Typically performed by emergency service or response teams, this unit is physically and mentally challenging. Candidates must be physically fit with past heights training and experience. You must be comfortable and familiar with harness operation with the skills in fall protection techniques. Undertake Vertical Rescue training is a nationally accredited course delivered upon request. (In partnership with our Australian Private and Government Registered Training Organisations). Diamond has training centres around Australia and can conduct this course at your workplace throughout Australia and beyond. Qualification Upon satisfactory completion of this course, participants will be issued with a statement of attainment, recognised within the Australian Qualifications Framework and issued under authority of the National Vocational Education and Regulator Act 2011, for competency: • PUASAR032A Undertake vertical rescue • PUASAR022A Participate in a rescue operation Pre-Requisites The statement of attainment will only be issued if participants hold a current statement of attainment in • PUAEME001B Provide emergency care OR • HLTFA211A Provide basic emergency life support Course Duration is around 4 days (32 hours). Course Overview Diamond’s Undertake vertical rescue course gives participants the skills and knowledge to undertake vertical rescue in a range of emergency situations in natural and man-made environments. Vertical rescue training will provide information to students on: • Operational briefing and debriefing procedures • Casualty assessment and emergency management • Rescue team roles, responsibilities and • Vertical rescue equipment • Knowledge of breaking strains and safe working loads • Relevant WHS requirements, legislation and codes of practice and organisational procedures • Vertical rescue concepts and practices The Vertical Rescue training is a highly practical training program that will provide students with the skills to: • Check, service and maintain vertical rescue equipment • Raise and lower stretchers and patient handling • Establish, maintain, monitor and use of: - ascent and descent systems - safety systems - stretcher rigging • Select rope, use knots, secure anchors • Construct mechanical advantage systems • Perform “pick off” rescues • Utilise a range of vertical rescue techniques and equipment • Implement safe and effective scene management procedures • Manage edge protection • Treat and package casualties • Manage potential suspension trauma • Undertake scene assessment and reporting • Use communications effectively This training is ‘hands on’. A range of rescue scenarios are implemented to suit a variety of emergency service environments. Participants will establish safe systems to gain access to and recover casualties, extricate casualties to minimise further injury or discomfort while conducting rescue operation and be able to apply safe work practices to vertical rescue operations to ensure maximum protection to themselves, their team and the victim. Diamond Protection’s vertical rescue training can be tailored to meet your work site needs to ensure that participants are competent in a range of relevant vertical rescue methods and techniques. Whether you work in a confined space, in a min, refinery or on a vessel or in a mine, Diamond’s vertical rescue training can be tailored to address your unique workplace challenges. Visit: http://www.diamondprotection.com Course enquiry: http://www.diamondprotection.com/course-enquire/ Email enquiry at: [email protected] Phone: 1300 669 155 This video link: http://youtu.be/cv-yFCVAICY
Views: 1889 Diamond Protection
Bridge Riggers Have Nerves Of Steel: Australian Diary 89.
 
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Sydney Harbour Bridge turns 80 today 19/3/2012. Read more on the NFSA blog here: http://aso.gov.au/news/2012/3/16/sydney-harbour-bridge-turns-80/ Opened on this day in 1932 "The Coathanger" as it is known still provides an essential link across the expanse of Sydney Harbour. The riggers who have to continually paint the bridge from one side to the other presumably take more safety precautions now than thay did when this film was made. Made by the National Film Board 1956 and filmed by Frank McKechnie.
Views: 4300 NFSA Films
ISH24 Women's Rescue Training Week 2019
 
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In celebration of International Women’s Day on March 8th, ISH24 is opening its doors to one of the best confined space and vertical rescue training centres in Australia, and inviting 10 women to join us for a week-long nationally accredited rescue training course. We are looking for women who belong to or wish to join the rescue community from mining, industrial, CFA, and SES rescue teams. Our program was specifically designed with an emphasis on practical training, so participants must be fit and not scared of heights or confined spaces. The ISH24 rescue training centre exposes you to real-life simulated scenarios so be ready for an exhilarating training experience! To enroll in the free women's rescue training week, please visit https://ish24.com.au/register/?code=SKILL017&plan=69&schedule=553
Views: 192 ISH24
Explosive Demolition of Munmorah Power Station Boilers
 
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Liberty Industrial carried out the controlled explosive demolition of Munmorah Power Station Boilers using controlled explosive demolition techniques. The boilers are the largest demolished in Australia so far. They also represent the largest explosive demolition undertaken anywhere in Australia to date. Weighing in at 23,000 tonnes and 60 metres in height it is the heaviest structure to be demolished using explosives in Australia. The demolition of the 60 metre high, 23,000 tonne boiler house was achieved utilising an engineered induced collapse technique. The process involves a carefully designed and calculated sequence of structural pre-weakening followed by the detonation of strategically placed explosives charges to collapse the structure in a predetermined direction. The technique was used to safely reduce the structure to suitable height for mechanical processing. Liberty Industrial’s giant demolition excavator will be put to work processing the debris. The machine boasts the largest demolition shear anywhere in the world and will make light work of the large steel members associated with the heavy boilers.
Views: 2537 libertyindustrial
Training:  Emergency | Rescue: Other Uses For Rescue Knots
 
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Visit: http://www.diamondprotection.com Course enquiry: http://www.diamondprotection.com/course-enquire/ Email enquiry at: [email protected] Phone: 1300 669 155 In this video, Locky from Diamond's training team provides some key instructions on other uses for rescue knots which is used within the emergency services industry or vertical rescue training. Learn more - read this ... Diamond Protection’s Vertical Rescue Training is designed for personnel who may be required to undertake vertical rescue operations as a member of a rescue / emergency team. Typically performed by emergency service or response teams, this unit is physically and mentally challenging. Candidates must be physically fit with past heights training and experience. You must be comfortable and familiar with harness operation with the skills in fall protection techniques. Undertake Vertical Rescue training is a nationally accredited course delivered upon request. (In partnership with our Australian Private and Government Registered Training Organisations). Diamond has training centres around Australia and can conduct this course at your workplace throughout Australia and beyond. Qualification Upon satisfactory completion of this course, participants will be issued with a statement of attainment, recognised within the Australian Qualifications Framework and issued under authority of the National Vocational Education and Regulator Act 2011, for competency: • PUASAR032A Undertake vertical rescue • PUASAR022A Participate in a rescue operation Pre-Requisites The statement of attainment will only be issued if participants hold a current statement of attainment in • PUAEME001B Provide emergency care OR • HLTFA211A Provide basic emergency life support Course Duration is around 4 days (32 hours). Course Overview Diamond’s Undertake vertical rescue course gives participants the skills and knowledge to undertake vertical rescue in a range of emergency situations in natural and man-made environments. Vertical rescue training will provide information to students on: • Operational briefing and debriefing procedures • Casualty assessment and emergency management • Rescue team roles, responsibilities and • Vertical rescue equipment • Knowledge of breaking strains and safe working loads • Relevant WHS requirements, legislation and codes of practice and organisational procedures • Vertical rescue concepts and practices The Vertical Rescue training is a highly practical training program that will provide students with the skills to: • Check, service and maintain vertical rescue equipment • Raise and lower stretchers and patient handling • Establish, maintain, monitor and use of: - ascent and descent systems - safety systems - stretcher rigging • Select rope, use knots, secure anchors • Construct mechanical advantage systems • Perform “pick off” rescues • Utilise a range of vertical rescue techniques and equipment • Implement safe and effective scene management procedures • Manage edge protection • Treat and package casualties • Manage potential suspension trauma • Undertake scene assessment and reporting • Use communications effectively This training is ‘hands on’. A range of rescue scenarios are implemented to suit a variety of emergency service environments. Participants will establish safe systems to gain access to and recover casualties, extricate casualties to minimise further injury or discomfort while conducting rescue operation and be able to apply safe work practices to vertical rescue operations to ensure maximum protection to themselves, their team and the victim. Diamond Protection’s vertical rescue training can be tailored to meet your work site needs to ensure that participants are competent in a range of relevant vertical rescue methods and techniques. Whether you work in a confined space, in a min, refinery or on a vessel or in a mine, Diamond’s vertical rescue training can be tailored to address your unique workplace challenges. Visit: http://www.diamondprotection.com Course enquiry: http://www.diamondprotection.com/course-enquire/ Email enquiry at: [email protected] Phone: 1300 669 155 This video link: http://youtu.be/w50FRlOSTak
Views: 4870 Diamond Protection
Disaster Management:  Vertical Rescue: How to Ascend & Descend Past on a Knot - YouTube
 
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Emergency planning/terrorism/evacuation Visit: http://www.diamondprotection.com Course enquiry: http://www.diamondprotection.com/course-enquire/ Email enquiry at: [email protected] Phone: 1300 669 155 In this video, John from Diamond's training team provides some key instructions on how to ascend and descend past a knot during vertical rescue training / operations. Learn more - read this ... Diamond Protection’s Vertical Rescue Training is designed for personnel who may be required to undertake vertical rescue operations as a member of a rescue / emergency team. Typically performed by emergency service or response teams, this unit is physically and mentally challenging. Candidates must be physically fit with past heights training and experience. You must be comfortable and familiar with harness operation with the skills in fall protection techniques. Undertake Vertical Rescue training is a nationally accredited course delivered upon request. (In partnership with our Australian Private and Government Registered Training Organisations). Diamond has training centres around Australia and can conduct this course at your workplace throughout Australia and beyond. Qualification Upon satisfactory completion of this course, participants will be issued with a statement of attainment, recognised within the Australian Qualifications Framework and issued under authority of the National Vocational Education and Regulator Act 2011, for competency: • PUASAR032A Undertake vertical rescue • PUASAR022A Participate in a rescue operation Pre-Requisites The statement of attainment will only be issued if participants hold a current statement of attainment in • PUAEME001B Provide emergency care OR • HLTFA211A Provide basic emergency life support Course Duration is around 4 days (32 hours). Course Overview Diamond’s Undertake vertical rescue course gives participants the skills and knowledge to undertake vertical rescue in a range of emergency situations in natural and man-made environments. Vertical rescue training will provide information to students on: • Operational briefing and debriefing procedures • Casualty assessment and emergency management • Rescue team roles, responsibilities and • Vertical rescue equipment • Knowledge of breaking strains and safe working loads • Relevant WHS requirements, legislation and codes of practice and organisational procedures • Vertical rescue concepts and practices The Vertical Rescue training is a highly practical training program that will provide students with the skills to: • Check, service and maintain vertical rescue equipment • Raise and lower stretchers and patient handling • Establish, maintain, monitor and use of: - ascent and descent systems - safety systems - stretcher rigging • Select rope, use knots, secure anchors • Construct mechanical advantage systems • Perform “pick off” rescues • Utilise a range of vertical rescue techniques and equipment • Implement safe and effective scene management procedures • Manage edge protection • Treat and package casualties • Manage potential suspension trauma • Undertake scene assessment and reporting • Use communications effectively This training is ‘hands on’. A range of rescue scenarios are implemented to suit a variety of emergency service environments. Participants will establish safe systems to gain access to and recover casualties, extricate casualties to minimise further injury or discomfort while conducting rescue operation and be able to apply safe work practices to vertical rescue operations to ensure maximum protection to themselves, their team and the victim. Diamond Protection’s vertical rescue training can be tailored to meet your work site needs to ensure that participants are competent in a range of relevant vertical rescue methods and techniques. Whether you work in a confined space, in a min, refinery or on a vessel or in a mine, Diamond’s vertical rescue training can be tailored to address your unique workplace challenges. Visit: http://www.diamondprotection.com Course enquiry: http://www.diamondprotection.com/course-enquire/ Email enquiry at: [email protected] Phone: 1300 669 155 This video link: http://youtu.be/PyLcI0j3IIw
Views: 18053 Diamond Protection
Accounting Firm and Consulting Firm News - Deloitte, Ernst & Young, KPMG, PricewaterhouseCoopers PwC
 
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Australia's mining industry has become one of the largest sectors of the nation's economy. A new report from Deloitte indicates that the industry is starting to grow more slowly this year. Deloitte said that Australia's mining industry has started to saturate, which creates concerns over future economic growth. Deloitte said that the maturation of Australia's mining industry could have implications for the global economy.
How to Correctly Fit a Safety Harness
 
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Koolat Safety is a Registered Training Organisation (RTO) that delivers all Licences for High Risk Work (LHRW) and Earthmoving licences to the Gold Coast, Gladstone, New South Wales and Australia Wide. They provide nationally recognised training and all students who successfully complete our accredited training receive a nationally recognised statement or qualification. Their trainers and assessors are approved by the regulatory body in each relative Australian State and have many years industry experience.
Supervisor Training (S1 S2 S3)
 
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This course is relevant to supervisors who work in the mining industry and to those who intend to seek (and maintain) employment in the surface coal mining industry. It covers: • The application of the processes and tasks necessary to conduct inspections and to identify, analyse and assess risks, recommend treatment, contribute to implementation of treatments and to monitor risks. • Preparation, testing and documentation of site working instructions or equivalent • The application of safety and health investigative processes at the operational level, including the identification and collection of evidence, the analysis of evidence to identify the reasons for and results of the occurrence • Identification and documentation of courses of action to resolve and or prevent re-occurrence of the issues or problems • The functions required to effectively communicate information with other persons in the mining industry and Communicating verbally, communicating in written and report form, participating in meetings, making presentations, and participating in operational level negotiations. You can read more about the course at following link: http://www.goldrto.com/course_details
Views: 73 Sam Rodny
Loy Yang A power station, rope access boiler clean
 
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3am on a Monday morning, make-safe of a coal-fired power station boiler.
Views: 1425 David Wallis
Alby Mangels on Why He Was Different from Malcolm Douglas and The Leyland Brothers
 
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An extended clip from the ground-breaking series, The Thread, exploring what connects different Aussie icons who broke away from the pack. Full episode on Alby Mangels here: https://goo.gl/zhYYHr Like watching? **Like this video above and comment below** Support us by subscribing: https://goo.gl/uQDYfu Follow Hugh Minson on Twitter: https://twitter.com/minceontoast Like Hugh Minson on Facebook: https://goo.gl/VHkyGi Follow Jack Morphet on Twitter: https://twitter.com/JackMorphet ======================================================== ►Transcript Hugh: What do you think differentiated you from people like the late Malcolm Douglas or the Leyland Brothers? Alby: Well, I think that the Leylands I have a great admiration for those guys and Malcolm Douglas - great friend of mine and beautiful work what they've done but I think they did it more in the early days they just stuck to Australia, like 40 years ago, at that time the world was not like it is today. Not a lot of young people were on the road like they are today and I took on the world whereas they took on more or less Australia and New Guinea and I think that was probably a little bit the difference. Plus I always tried to get a bit of humour into the films and things and we had the odd pretty girl in the film and that helped a bit whereas the Leyland Brothers and Malcolm Douglas, I think they were married so they couldn't do that but that labelled me a bit too. But that is all part of it. ======================================================== ► About Alby Mangels Alby Mangels is an Australian hero widely known for pioneering the adventure documentary genre. With no training in filmmaking and just $400 in his pocket, he travelled to over 50 countries on an unplanned adventure capturing amazing footage along the way. His first film, World Safari 1, became a surprise hit when released in 1977. And six years later, he did it again with World Safari 2 which instantly shot him to all-time legend status. He released World Safari 3 in 1988, finishing the trilogy which changed the way Australians saw the world and paved the way for others like Steve Irwin and Bear Grylls to follow. ======================================================== ►About The Thread Two mates sit down with 10 iconic Australians to figure out how they broke away from the pack. Hugh and Jack seek out leaders of wide-ranging fields: adventure, sport, business, philanthropy, medicine, law and literature to uncover the common thread that binds them. The interview subjects are household names famed for remarkable and well-told stories, but rarely have they been asked how they did it, how they define success and whether anyone can do what they've done. Armed with meticulous research and uncomfortably simple questions, we elicit intriguing, inspiring and often unexpected insights from an eclectic bunch of trailblazers. ======================================================== Check out all 10 full episodes here: https://goo.gl/uQDYfu
Views: 1179 The Thread
40_Tonne_Rock_60_Metre_Fall.AVI
 
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Our Client is re-developing an old quarry for the Western Australian Government. Too high for convensional access the rock face is being scaled by The RIX Group Rope Access Technicians, prior to construction of the facility. Featured in the video is the removal of the largest rock removed on site...50T.
Views: 406 THERIXGROUP
AGL moves to buy out coal mine
 
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Power company AGL has pushed the button on a $900 million capital raising to buy out the remaining two-thirds of the Loy Yang A power station.
Yallourn North Power Station Gippsland Australia
 
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This video is about Yallourn North Power Station Gippsland Australia
Views: 415 mikeycbd
Rope Access Rescue.2
 
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Views: 27 JP Boys N
Longannet Power Station with detonation
 
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Longannet Power Station was a large closed coal-fired power station in Fife. It was the last coal-fired power station in Scotland. It was capable of co-firing biomass, natural gas and sludge. The station is situated on the north bank of the Firth of Forth, near Kincardine on Forth. Its generating capacity of 2,400 megawatts was the highest of any power station in Scotland. The station began generating electricity in 1970, and when it became fully operational it was the largest coal-fired station in Europe. At the time of closure it was the third largest, after Bełchatów in Poland and Drax in England, and the 21st most polluting.After failing to win a contract from National Grid, Longannet closed on 24 March.The station was constructed on 30 hectares (74 acres) of land reclaimed from the Firth of Forth using ash from the Kincardine station. It began generating electricity in 1970, with a design lifetime of 30 years, and was in full operation by 1973.At the time of its completion, the station was the largest in Europe.The station was opened in 1973 and operated by the South of Scotland Electricity Board until 1990 when its operation was handed over to Scottish Power following privatisation.The facility was operated by the South of Scotland Electricity Board until 1990 when the electricity industry in the UK was privatised.After that it was operated by Scottish Power, a subsidiary of Iberdrola.It paid £40m per year in connection charges to National Grid due to its distance from South England.The station consumed up to 4,500,000 tonnes (4,400,000 long tons; 5,000,000 short tons) of coal each year.Coal was delivered either by road or rail to the station's coal store, which has the capacity to hold up to 2,000,000 tonnes.It was then fed from the coal store to the boiler house by a conveyor belt capable of carrying 3500 tonnes of coal per hour. Each of the four boilers was serviced by eight pulverising units each capable of processing 40 tonnes of coal an hour.The front-wall-fired Foster Wheeler boilers could each burn around 250 tonnes of coal an hour at full load.There were two forced draft and two induced draft fans on each boiler.Each boiler provided around 1800 tonnes per hour of steam at a pressure of 168 bars (16,800 kPa) and a temperature of 568 °C (1,054 °F) to two 300 MW General Electric Company turbo generators. The thermal efficiency of the plant is around 37%. Coal was originally supplied directly by conveyor belt from the neighbouring Longannet Colliery, until it closed in 2002 after a flood.Around half of the coal used was Scottish, and the rest had to be imported, the majority via the former British Steel plc ore loading facility at Hunterston Terminal in Ayrshire. Onward transport was by rail and the level of traffic required to supply Longannet's fuel demand caused congestion on the Scottish rail network.An alternative route, the Stirling-Alloa-Kincardine rail link, at the mouth of the river Forth was reopened in 2008, and was also used to deliver coal.the station does not have cooling towers, instead using water drawn from the Firth of Forth at a rate of 327,000 cubic metres (11,500,000 cu ft) per hour for the station's cooling condensers. The water is passed through coarse screens and then circulated by four electrically driven pumps.Once circulated through the station's condensers, the water was discharged into a mile long cooling channel, where heat was dissipated before the water reached a wide part of the Forth.Water used by the boilers was on a different cycle, and had to be deionised. Losses from this supply were made up by a plant capable of treating 218 cubic metres (7,700 cu ft) of water per hour. In 2003, Longannet was named as Scotland's biggest polluter in a report by the Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA). The station produced up to 4,350 tonnes of ash per day. This was piped to ash lagoons surrounding the nearby Preston Island.This was then landscaped and used to reclaim the land from the Firth of Forth. To improve environmental emissions, Longannet was fitted with 'Low-NOx' burners to limit the formation of oxides of nitrogen and a 'gas reburn system' that used natural gas to convert NOx into nitrogen and water vapour. Longannet used to burn up to 65,000 tonnes of treated and dried sewage sludge per year, which has a similar calorific value to low-quality brown coal. In 2005, a judge ruled the burning of sludge as illegal, but the SEPA continued to allow Scottish Power to burn the sludge illegally as part of an agreement which originally required Scottish Power to construct, and have in operation, a biomass plant in 2010.All burning of biomass at Longannet - including waste-derived fuel and sawdust pellets - ceased in April 2012.According to a Greenpeace-commissioned report by Stuttgart University, Longannet was responsible for 4,210 lost 'life years' in 2010
GoPro: How to climb an oil rig, at SPEED!
 
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▶http://grnpc.org/the-crossing-live-updates | Two days ago, Zoe woke up on the Greenpeace ship Esperanza. Right now, she's camped out on Shell's moving Arctic drill rig in the middle of the Pacific. Here's what happened in between and since Get in on the action: https://www.greenpeace.org/new-zealand/act/
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WRI Australia Intro
 
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Overview of the WRI Australia _ Bekaert Wire Ropes Pty Ltd manufacturing plant in Newcastle, Australia
Confined spaced deadly spaces
 
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WorkSafeGEAR introduction video
 
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BUY ONLINE @ http://www.worksafegear.com/ Working at height is risky business; if you fall more than 2m it’s likely you will sustain a serious injury. So when the effects of gravity are involved, you want a system that provides a high degree of mobility, productivity and safety, in addition to fall protection reducing the risk of injury. Our range of height safety, fall protection and rescue equipment enable superior performance and incomparable safety in elevated conditions including vertical rescue, confined space entry, work positioning, work restraint, rope access, rescue, fall arrest, and emergency response.
Top 15 Scariest Paranormal Moments in Ghost Adventures
 
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► Narrated by Chills: http://bit.ly/ChillsYouTube Follow Top15s on Twitter: http://bit.ly/Top15sTwitter Follow Chills on Instagram: http://bit.ly/ChillsInstagram Follow Chills on Twitter: http://bit.ly/ChillsTwitter Subscribe to Chills on Reddit: http://bitly.com/ChillsReddit In this top 15 list, we look at our picks for the most scary moments involving paranormal activity from the Travel Channel hit TV show, Ghost Adventures. These are, in our opinion, the scariest things the ghost hunters have ever caught on camera from their investigations. Enjoy our analysis of these entries! Written by: Jonah Petruic Edited by: Huba Áron Csapó Music: Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0
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Breaking2 | Documentary Special
 
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After six months of scientifically advanced training, three of the world’s most elite distance runners set out to break the two-hour marathon barrier. #NationalGeographic #Nike #Breaking2. ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoSubscribe About Breaking2: Three champion marathoners, Eliud Kipchoge of Kenya, Lelisa Desisa of Ethiopia, and Zersenay Tadese of Eritrea, along with an elite group of physiologist, work together to try and defeat all odds by breaking the 2-hour marathon. About National Geographic: National Geographic is the world's premium destination for science, exploration, and adventure. Through their world-class scientists, photographers, journalists, and filmmakers, Nat Geo gets you closer to the stories that matter and past the edge of what's possible. Get More National Geographic: Official Site: http://bit.ly/NatGeoOfficialSite Facebook: http://bit.ly/FBNatGeo Twitter: http://bit.ly/NatGeoTwitter Instagram: http://bit.ly/NatGeoInsta These pioneers go on a global trek to defy the unthinkable and break the two-hour feat, from testing in wind tunnels and running labs in the United States to balancing training with their day-to-day lives in eastern Africa to the final heart-pounding race in Italy. Breaking2 | Documentary Special https://youtu.be/V2ZLG-Fij_4 National Geographic https://www.youtube.com/natgeo
Views: 4569903 National Geographic
Regional Disaster Rescue Competition
 
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May 14. Early hours. 7 teams, 156 competitors, volunteers and VIP guests, as well as 8 rescue trucks and some 250 tonnes of rescue equipment from the NSW SES Northern Region converge on Hunters Hill. Teams bearing the very best talent of local SES units are here to fiercely compete for the winners shield of the Sydney Northern Region Rescue Competition. Each team completes 7 tactical disciplines including rescue from heights and depths, tunnel disaster, mass casualty, storm damage and search and rescue missions. Judged by experts from SES, Police, Ambulance and other agencies, teams are rated on mission completion, attention to safety, use of equipment, technique and procedure, as well as leadership, teamwork and initiative. Outright winning team Willoughby - Lane Cove establishes title and progresses to the coveted State Disaster Rescue Competition. Our cameras will be there. To learn more about the State Emergency Service click here: http://www.ses.nsw.gov.au/
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Loy Yang Coal Power Station Tour Traralgon Victoria
 
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This video is about the tour that I took today, Loy Yang Coal Power Station Tour Traralgon Victoria Australia. Dropbox: https://db.tt/gNvRjd7V Space on the Internet. I get more space by sharing.
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Loy Yang Power
 
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This is a short video i produced for Loy Yang Power in 2002, the figures and stats were correct at time of production but differ now. Disclaimer: I do not own this footage or claim right to it, I use this as an example of my production work.
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Coal mine in hazelwood(edu.trip)
 
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Disaster Management: How to Tie a Triple Fishermans & Prussic Knot - Search and Rescue
 
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Disaster Management Visit: http://www.diamondprotection.com Course enquiry: http://www.diamondprotection.com/course-enquire/ Email enquiry at: [email protected] Phone: 1300 669 155 Search and rescue. In this video, Locky from Diamond's training team provides some key instructions on how to tie a triple fisherman's and prussic knot - key knots used in vertical rescue training / operations. Learn more - read this ... Diamond Protection’s Vertical Rescue Training is designed for personnel who may be required to undertake vertical rescue operations as a member of a rescue / emergency team. Rescue Training: Typically performed by emergency service or response teams, this unit is physically and mentally challenging. Candidates must be physically fit with past heights training and experience. You must be comfortable and familiar with harness operation with the skills in fall protection techniques. Undertake Vertical Rescue training is a nationally accredited course delivered upon request. (In partnership with our Australian Private and Government Registered Training Organisations). Diamond has training centres around Australia and can conduct this course at your workplace throughout Australia and beyond. Rope Access Training Qualification Upon satisfactory completion of this course, participants will be issued with a statement of attainment, recognised within the Australian Qualifications Framework and issued under authority of the National Vocational Education and Regulator Act 2011, for competency: • PUASAR032A Undertake vertical rescue • PUASAR022A Participate in a rescue operation Pre-Requisites The statement of attainment will only be issued if participants hold a current statement of attainment in • PUAEME001B Provide emergency care OR • HLTFA211A Provide basic emergency life support Course Duration is around 4 days (32 hours). Course Overview Diamond’s Undertake vertical rescue course gives participants the skills and knowledge to undertake vertical rescue in a range of emergency situations in natural and man-made environments. Vertical rescue training will provide information to students on: • Operational briefing and debriefing procedures • Casualty assessment and emergency management • Rescue team roles, responsibilities and • Vertical rescue equipment • Knowledge of breaking strains and safe working loads • Relevant WHS requirements, legislation and codes of practice and organisational procedures • Vertical rescue concepts and practices The Vertical Rescue training is a highly practical training program that will provide students with the skills to: • Check, service and maintain vertical rescue equipment • Raise and lower stretchers and patient handling • Establish, maintain, monitor and use of: - ascent and descent systems - safety systems - stretcher rigging • Select rope, use knots, secure anchors • Construct mechanical advantage systems • Perform “pick off” rescues • Utilise a range of vertical rescue techniques and equipment • Implement safe and effective scene management procedures • Manage edge protection • Treat and package casualties • Manage potential suspension trauma • Undertake scene assessment and reporting • Use communications effectively This training is ‘hands on’. A range of rescue scenarios are implemented to suit a variety of emergency service environments. Participants will establish safe systems to gain access to and recover casualties, extricate casualties to minimise further injury or discomfort while conducting rescue operation and be able to apply safe work practices to vertical rescue operations to ensure maximum protection to themselves, their team and the victim. Diamond Protection’s vertical rescue training can be tailored to meet your work site needs to ensure that participants are competent in a range of relevant vertical rescue methods and techniques. Whether you work in a confined space, in a min, refinery or on a vessel or in a mine, Diamond’s vertical rescue training can be tailored to address your unique workplace challenges. Visit: http://www.diamondprotection.com Course enquiry: http://www.diamondprotection.com/course-enquire/ Email enquiry at: [email protected] Phone: 1300 669 155 This video link: http://youtu.be/GRmdhXV2IhM
Views: 2022 Diamond Protection