We’re Moving!

We’re Moving!

Height Safety Engineers Training

Nationally Recognised Training RTO Number 91227

 

   Australia's Premier Training Facility is

   moving to our new “Centre of Excellence”

   4 Austool Place, Ingleburn in April  2019

 

  • 3 x Airconditioned Training Rooms
  • World class practical training facility
  • Course contextualisation to suit your requirements
  • Site parking  available
  • Safety, Rescue and High Risk training available
  • On site and off site training available

 

Killed by a Cuddle – Tragic Asbestos Death Story

Killed by a Cuddle – Tragic Asbestos Death Story

 

This tragic story about Annette Bhatti appeared across news networks across the globe in 2012. We have re-published it here as a timely reminder of the silent danger asbestos poses to so many.


As a child Annette Bhatti used to welcome her dad home from work with a cuddle each night, like millions of youngsters around the world.

Neither of them knew that the loving hug would end up killing her as his clothes were caked in asbestos picked up from the shipyards he worked in.

An inquest heard ­devastated dad Lawrence Ramplee blames himself for the death of his 49-year-old daughter, even though the dangers of the dust were not known about in those days.

Mum-of-two Annette died of mesothelioma after being exposed to asbestos from birth to the age of 18 when she left home.

She also helped her mum wash Lawrence’s work clothes after he had been cutting up 10ft corrugated asbestos sheets by hand.

Recording a verdict of death due to industrial disease Coroner Keith Wiseman said: “Tragically, Mr Ramplee recalls giving his daughter a hug when he got home before he changed.

“She was exposed to dust fibres from a young age.”

Annette, of Southampton, was diagnosed with the cancer in June 2010, a month before she married long-term partner Bal Bhatti.

She lost her fight for survival last December.

Lawrence, now a pensioner, worked in shipyards from the mid-50s.

Annette’s brother Stuart said after the Southampton inquest: “He blames himself. He is broken, totally devastated.”

Sources


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Will you go home alive today?

Will you go home alive today?

So far this year 103 Australian workers have been killed while at work.1

That’s nearly three lives per week ! Ended…

So many of these deaths were preventable with correct training and correct safety systems in place.

Don’t become a statistic ! Book a training course today.

Height Safety Engineers Launches NEW Website!

Height Safety Engineers Launches NEW Website!

HSE is very excited to announce the launch of its new website. Designed to enhance your experience we have included great new features;

  • Easy News Letter Signup – Don’t miss out on industry critical updates including changes to legislation, as well as specials and new service updates.
  • Mobile Friendly – Super Easy to find information, regardless of what device you are using.
  • More Content – We have re-written out content to make it easier to find and easier to understand.
  • Online Booking! (Coming soon) – We are testing our online booking system and plan to launch it online very soon! Book and Schedule your training online…hassle free!

The team at Height Safety Engineers takes your safety seriously, and making sure that our website is easy to use and provides valuable information is one way we can better our service to keep you safe. As Always we value your feedback and would love to hear from you…anytime:

enquiries@heightsafety.net  1300 884 978  Contact Us