Training Manuals

Is prioritizing safety an inconvenience?

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We’ve all heard the big bosses say “safety is our top priority”, “safety first”, “our number one priority is the safety of our employees”, and the like, but what about when actions speak louder than words? What happens when the big boss upstairs decides that proper safety protocols are eating away at his billable hours, or his rate of production, or, heaven forbid, his profit margin? How does a company recover from an overseer who views prioritizing safety as an inconvenience? […]

Why your forklift drivers need certification

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License to Operate a Forklift   Here at Strat Training we believe that health and safety training is paramount in every career under the sun. Whether your job necessitates first aid training or heavy equipment operator training, we provide it! Strat Training always promotes health and safety awareness in the workplace and encourages compliance with all relevant and related laws, rules and regulations. As such, Strat Training is proud to highlight why it is of paramount importance that your forklift operator be a certified forklift operator.  […]

Why First Aid should be taught in schools

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First Aid for Minors   While it seems unlikely that anyone’s first choice for a first responder is a 12 year old, people who have found themselves the victim of a medical emergency would all agree that they’d rather have the 12 year old than no help at all; and that is precisely why basic first aid should be introduced to children little by little at the appropriate ages, if not in schools, then by their parents at home. Beginning health and safety training at an age-appropriate level is fundamental in cultivating a culture of health and safety awareness and equipping the next generation to contribute to raising health and safety standards in their chosen fields upon entering the workforce. As health and safety consciousness pros, we here at Strat Training are proud to advise you and yours on some First Aid tips […]

When mere minutes matter most

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When mere minutes matter most   Here at Strat Training we are passionate about personal investment in basic first aid training. If you are not yet qualified and trained in the most basic first aid course (level 0), we recommend, for your own health and safety as well as the health and safety of family, friends and strangers, that you invest in suitable training through Strat Training as soon as possible; mere minutes may matter in a life or death situation, wouldn’t you like to be prepared? […]

Fire Safety Tips

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Fire Fighting Tips   A fire can be a catastrophic event, leading to destruction of property or loss of life. To ensure that your staff and employees are protected in the event that a fire breaks out, it is essential that every business have a fire safety plan in place. This fire safety plan should include a detailed evacuation plan that all employees are made aware of so they can exit the building quickly in the event of a fire. […]

Can you hear me?

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Can you hear me? A simple question, one most individuals gifted with the sense of hearing since birth hope always to answer with a resounding “yes”; but what steps are these same individuals taking today, to protect their hearing in the future? […]

Choosing safer hand tools

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Hand Tool Safety   Safety is paramount in the construction industry. As such; construction companies go out of their way to ensure that adequate warning systems and prevention schemes are in place on construction sites and also that their employees are properly trained not only in performing their respective tasks but also in safety drills and injury prevention schemes. […]

Anti Hi-Jacking Tips

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Be Aware, Stay Safe    We live in a county where hi-jacking is a very real threat. It is however a problem that can be prevented by making a few simple changes to your behaviour. Here are some easy tips to keep you, your family as well as your car safe. […]

Crane Safety

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Overhead Crane Safety Tips   “With great power, comes great responsibility” – Voltaire. In the operation and maintenance of overhead cranes there is no margin for error; the slightest mistake or miscalculation could translate to life or death. When overhead cranes are not properly inspected or operated there exists a very real risk of workplace injury and even fatality. Workers being hit by moving loads or being pinched between loads and fixed surfaces are the leading causes of overhead crane related injuries and fatalities in the workplace. Some overall workplace safety tips for overhead crane operating employees include: […]

Dropped Objects

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Dropped Objects   There exist a multitude of risks for individuals who earn an income working at height; as such there also exist many strategies for increasing safety when working at height. But what about those who earn a living with their two feet planted firmly on the ground? A construction site is a dangerous place not only for the men manning the scaffolding or climbing the ladders, but also for the men working below them. Dropped objects continue to pose a severe threat to workplace safety on construction sites. […]

Radio Procedure

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Strat Training is known for its training in Health and Safety with regards to first aid training, fire fighting, dangerous goods handling and transportation, and equipment. However, Strat Training is not only successful in training these various courses, we also offer training in marketing, chairmanship, and for this article, radio procedures. […]

First Aid – The First Option For Help

Training Manuals, First Aid|

Are you getting enough treatment and care? Whenever someone faces unusual physical circumstances, the first thing you seek is for instant care and treatment. First aid is the provision for an illness or injury. That is usually performed by a non-expert person to the sick or injured person until a proper medical treatment is provided to the patient. […]