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Alice Springs 4WD Training After Rain
Posted in Defensive Driving, Safety

Alice Springs 4WD Training After Rain

Alice Springs recieved some welcome rain and by chance we were running a 4WD course so we had water on the road and a few mud holes. The best bit no dust and the rain had flattened out the corrugations so the roads were pretty smooth, but lots of flies.Let’s face it, driving in the NT is exciting! It…

Posted in Indigenous Training, Safety

First Aid training in Darwin or remote

If your workplace has machinery or your staff drive to remote locations this training could be very useful. We focus on the skills and knowledge that you need during an emergency situation, many accidents can happen in the workplace. This training can be delivered in remote Aboriginal communities, our…

First Aid courses in remote Indigenous Communities
Posted in Safety

First Aid courses in remote Indigenous Communities

CPR and basic first aid is a one (1) day course, if your workplace has machinery or your staff drive to remote locations this training could be very useful. We focus on the skills and knowledge that you need during an emergency situation, many accidents can happen in the workplace. This training can…

Hand winch vs Electric winch
Posted in Defensive Driving, Safety

Hand winch vs Electric winch

If you only use a winch once or twice a year this may be worth looking at, buying a hand winch ($300.00) is a cheaper option to a bull bar ($3000.00) mounted electric winch ($2500.00). You will still need a full recovery kit, straps, shackles.Some of the upside to a hand winch is you don’t need a bull…