The identification phase of violence is imperative to preventing violence within a workplace, as you want to be proactive and not reactive. The assessment phase looks into the magnitude of the problem and set priority for risk control. The next phase is to determine the most appropriate control measure or measures that have to be […]
The State Government are abolishing gaming employees’ licences. As part of the red tape reductions initiative, the Gaming Machine Act 1991 has been amended, effective 11 September 2012, gaming employees no longer need a gaming licence.
Drinking responsibly is the understanding of what the law states is safe and legal in any situation – this becomes a lot more important when alcohol brings serious and negative long-term effects on your health if not treated with regard.
As a leader, you must review your staff’s performance on a regular basis and consider whether it is up to par. Is the individual not yet achieving the required standard of performance and, therefore, a gap between their actual performance and their desired performance is evident? Where a gap is present, you must work with […]
There have been numerous legislation changes over the past years and months and, as a manager, it is your role to be able to know each and be able to keep the venue within compliance. Responsible Management of a Licensed Venue short course at Club Training Australia, due to these new changes, has become increasingly […]
Pressure cooking is the process of cooking food using water or other cooking fluids in a sealed pressure cooker, whereby creating steam within the cooker. The higher the pressure within the cooker, the higher the temperature. The higher the temperature within decreases the cooking time. There are ideal foods to cook within a pressure cooker, […]
Gambling is an addiction that not only affects the addicted person but also their loved ones, sometimes the impact is obvious and other times less obvious. But at the end of the day, the children of gambling parents are affected. They are the ones left at home, forgotten at school and often neglected.
Alcohol affects your blood stream; thinning it out and making it move faster around your body – the higher the content of alcohol, the higher the level of intoxication. This effect is measured in Blood Alcohol Content (BAC) and, in turn, these levels relate to standard drinks and the standard 10g of alcohol per drink. […]
New workers are often inexperienced and unfamiliar with the new work environment, procedures, equipment and materials that are required to do the job and are, therefore, at greater risk of injury or illness while at work.
Last time, we talked about inert gases and how your venue can safely implement monitoring procedures for your venue’s gas systems. It’s important for all staff required to service cold room dispensing systems to learn the potential hazards and correct procedures in maintaining these systems. Learn more about this side of hospitality management by enrolling […]
Workers should be adequately trained in safe work practices including the correct use, handling, care, storage and maintenance of PPE. A certificate IV in OHS is an excellent way of learning safe work methods.
Food-poisoning bacteria can grow in high-risk foods when they are not stored within the correct temperature range. Completing your FSS course will assist you in gaining the information and comprehending the responsibilities for storage of high-risk foods.