GCG is set to run a Basic Principles session in March, where attendees receive comprehensive training by our practical and down-to-earth Occupational Hygienists.

This session is being held on Brisbane’s Northside at GCG’s new office from Monday 19th – Friday 23rd of March. 

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If you are interested in attending one of the courses or would like to know more, call us at 1300 424 474 or contact us via the web.

W201 Basic Principles of Occupational Hygiene (BPOH) is an internationally recognised five-day foundation course that outlines extensive principles of Occupational Hygiene as the basis for anticipation, recognition, evaluation and control of hazards that can be encountered in the workplace.

Should you be based in mining, manufacturing or construction – this can be helpful in gaining an understanding of some of the current focus airborne contaminants such as respirable crystalline silica and coal dust.

Learn more about W201 Basic Principles of Occupational Hygiene Training Course

Understanding the basic principles of occupational hygiene will help you learn to control and manage hazardous materials more effectively and contribute to a healthier and more productive workplace.

If you would like to join us or enquire more about this course, call us at 1300 424 474 or contact us via the web.

 

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