All States Training take the health and wellbeing of all of our Clients and their teams, our own team members and the families of all very seriously. Health and safety are our top priorities and as a result, we have taken a number of proactive steps in light of the Coronavirus (COVID-19).
Our team will follow hygiene protocol and we will follow advice from the Commonwealth and the World Health Organisation regarding travel, hygiene practices and risk minimisation.
All States Training team members follow all advice provided by the Department of Health, including:
• Hygiene practice as below
• Travel Advice
• Risk minimization
All States Training team members are proactive and will practice self-screening prior to attending your facility. This includes:
• Checking for symptoms as advised by the Department of Health
If a risk of contact with an infected person, or if symptoms are detected*, All States Training team will:
• Visit a GP for testing
• Practice self-isolation
*NO All States Training team members have been diagnosed with COVID-19; knowingly been in close contact with someone diagnosed with COVID-19.
All States Training team members continue to follow the hygiene practice advice provided by the Department of Health and the World Health Organisation, including:
• Frequent Hand washing
• Following respitory hygiene such as covering the mouth when coughing or sneezing with an elbow or tissue
• Maintaining social distancing from anyone coughing or sneezing
• Avoiding touching the eyes, nose and mouth
All States Training (AST) was started in 1995 when Barry Wadsworth "Managing Director", identified a significant need in the market for high quality training relating to the safe operation of large and small construction and rural machinery and equipment, through to workplace health and safety standards.
Having spent most of his working life using such equipment and machinery, Barry felt it was the right time to take that first step toward building a new business, and began delivering courses to meet industry standards in those fields.
More than twenty years later, AST has grown to be the proudly owned and operated Australian family business that individuals and companies have learnt to love and trust for both our great service delivery and the down to earth approach we have - making it easy for businesses to meet Workplace Health and Safety standards without the usual fuss and bother some workplaces have found it to be.
Price on application.
From 1 February 2017, the requirement for the operator and passengers of a quad bike or utility off-road vehicle to wear a motorcycle helmet will be legislated in the Transport Operations (Road Use Management-Road Rules) Regulation 2009 (roads rules). These mandatory helmet requirements already exist and are currently outlined in the Guideline for Conditionally Registered Vehicles in Queensland Form 17. However, these requirements will be transitioned to the road rules from 1 February 2017, and apply to the drivers and passengers of conditionally registered quad bikes and utility off-road vehicles being used on Queensland roads and road-related areas.