Australian Health and Safety Training
Australian Health and Safety Training (AHST) has been a Nationally Registered Training Organisation (RTO 31156) since 2003 providing a wide range of accredited First Aid and workplace training for industry, professional groups, and individuals across Australia.
In 2004, AHST was appointed by the National Safety Council of Australia to manage their first aid training network throughout Australia which consisted of approximately 124 workplace instructors.
In 2006 AHST moved its headquarters to Brisbane and expanded business and operations into Queensland.
AHST’s CPR and First Aid courses are Nationally Accredited and meet Australian Quality Framework requirements, Health Training Package requirements and Australian Resuscitation Council guidelines, as set down by both Commonwealth and State Government Authorities.
AHST also offers a range of other specialised workplace and community training courses such as Infant First Aid, Manual Handling, Fire Safety Training, Mental Health First Aid, Anaphylaxis and Asthma Training and Infection Control. Our team of qualified and expert trainers ensure all our training courses are engaging, interactive and fun!
Nationally Accredited First Aid Training
Anyone can learn how to protect and save lives
Manual Handling Safety
Manual handling is a major cause of injury in the workplace, with the risk of injury increasing as people age. Manual handling safety is designed to make manual handling easier and safer for everyone.
Fire Safety Training
Fire safety is a crucial topic that should be taught to everyone, but it’s often not given the attention it deserves. From the basics to the more advanced topics, we have something for everyone. Start learning today!
Anaphylaxis and Asthma Training
The key to training for anaphylaxis is to keep yourself prepared. If you have asthma or allergy, or know someone who does, it’s important that you take steps to prevent a severe reaction from occuring.
If you are concerned about a loved one who may have diabetes, it is important to educate yourself on the condition so that you can help them as much as possible.
Our one-on-one training programs are designed to help you take control of your health, and our goal is to give you new tools that will allow you to manage your condition long term. We also provide support groups for those who wish to connect with others who face similar challenges.
Infection Control Training
This course will help you stay healthy tackling cold, flu and virus head-on without falling victim, or recover faster if you do.
Defibrillators and Kits
Sudden cardiac arrest (SCA) can happen to anyone—anywhere. Immediate treatment is vital. A casualty’s chance of survival dramatically decreases for every minute without treatment. That’s why public access defibrillators are so important.
AHST stocks the following Defibrillators. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 1300 655 135 to discuss or to place your order.
Please note the following phone numbers and keep them handy.
- Police / Fire / Ambulance – 000
- Poisons Information – 13 11 26
Other Emergency & Health Related Contacts
- Asthma Australia – 1800 278 462
- Diabetes Australia – 1300 136 588
- Kids Help Line – 1800 551 800
- Lifeline – 13 11 14
We are happy to add to this list other national organisations that provide similar assistance. Please contact us with your suggestion.
This is not an exhaustive list of organisations that may provide assistance in times of emergency. You should also make a note of the phone number of your local doctor and your local State Emergency Service.
While every effort has been made to ensure the information above is current and accurate, Australian Health & Safety Training, its employees or contractors do not guarantee the accuracy of the information provided.