Happiness in uncertain times webinar

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Happiness in uncertain times with Julian Pace, founder of Happiness Co - 14th May 2020 11:00am

Happiness Co CEO Julian Pace is a multi-award winning speaker who will talk about three elements that can positively assist your happiness and wellbeing. Your emotions, the stories you tell yourself and others and the choices you make. Julian will cover the emotional setpoints and how labeling emotions can attribute to a positive behaviour pattern and set your mental health wellness soaring.

Happiness Co is a social enterprise created to make the world a happier place by inspiring the people in it.

This free one hour webinar focuses on how in uncertainty, sadness and grief, we can all find a way to happiness.

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Webinar Series - upcoming topics

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Mental Health Wellness during COVID 19

Presenter, Rob is an accredited Principal Master instructor by Mental Health First Aid Australia to deliver a number of their MHFA courses. He delivers the Standard MHFA course at Unity Training premises here in Hay Street on a monthly basis. The webinar will be about Mental Health and the impact that the Covid19 pandemic has had on individuals, what good mental health looks like, anxiety levels and how to assist yourself to improve your mental health.

The session will include Q & A where coping strategies can be shared and hopefully participants will find light at the end of the tunnel.

Date: Wednesday 6th May 2020 at 11:00am via Zoom

Zoom details will be forwarded once registration has been confirmed.

To register - Register for Mental Wellness Webinar

Family Domestic Violence - understanding why

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This session will include Q & A, strategies to help victims, recognising domestic violence and tools available.

Date: TBC via Zoom

Zoom details will be forwarded once registration has been confirmed.

To register - TBC

 

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Webinar Series - WHS Bill

Work Safety Bill Webinar

Presented by Assistant Secretary Owen Whittle

Are you a work health and safety leader? Then you know how vital it is to keep up to date by attending this webinar. Some of us have time to devote to professional development and this webinar will explain what is in store with the new bill.

The Bill has passed the lower house and is before a Committee in the upper house. This means we will soon have new laws to improve health and safety at work.

Free webinar session on the new Work, Health and Safety Bill, presented by Owen Whittle, Assistant Secretary UnionsWA. 

The WA Government has introduced to Parliament the Work Health Safety Bill 2019. The safety at work of almost all working people in WA, over 1.3 million people, are to be governed by these laws. 

The State Government's “single Act approach” means that the Occupational Health and Safety landscape can be streamlined and simplified in WA, with the Bill replacing three Acts:  Occupational Safety and Health Act 1984, Mines Safety and Inspection Act 1994; and the Petroleum and Geothermal Energy Safety Levies Act 2011.

WHS Bill Webinar

When: Friday 24th April 2020 at 11:00am to 11:50am

Where: Zoom

To register: Click on - Register here

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COVID 19 Updated

As at April 17

Unity Training Services delivery of training in regards to COVID-19 

The COVID-19 Infection is changing fast with both Federal and State Governments announcing daily recommendations in dealing with the pandemic.

Unity Training is focused on prevention and protection for all participants, staff and visitors. With this in mind, Unity Training Services is duty bound to act in a precautionary manner to mitigate any risk of infections during the delivery of any of the courses. The Regulators of our training courses have advised that face to face training be suspended until further notice. Therefore, Unity Training Services has initiated a two-month close down period for all training to prevent the chance of cross infection and to assist in flattening the curve. Participants will be notified of this stance and will be offered alternative course dates for later in the year at no costs to them.

If the pandemic has not abated by the end of the close down period, Unity Training will continue to keep all enrolled participants up to date with alternative course dates.

People should check the latest advice from government websites such as https://healthywa.health.wa.gov.au/Coronavirus which talks about Symptoms, Testing, and Clinics etc. 

The ACTU also has some useful information on workplace resources to assist in preparing for COVID-19 which are available at https://www.actu.org.au/coronavirus

We can do this together.

Thank you for your understanding and please don’t hesitate to contact Unity Training Services for further information on 08 9227 7809 or email admin@unitytraining.com.au

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COVID 19

Due to the Coronavirus outbreak and the government restrictions on social contact, the physical office is closed until further notice.

We are available to answer queries or to make future bookings.

Please email admin@unitytraining.com.au or call 0482 906 467.

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Lunch and Learn WHS Reform

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WHS Reform - Lunch and Learn Session

Bring your lunch to this free information session on the new Work, Health and Safety Bill, presented by Owen Whittle, Assistant Secretary UnionsWA.

New WHS Laws Bill Released

As many of you are aware the WA Government has introduced to Parliament the Work Health Safety Bill 2019. The safety at work of almost all working people in WA, over 1.3 million people, is governed by these laws. 

The bill is a modernised Work Health and Safety Bill for Western Australia. The new Legislation will be based on the national model Work Health and Safety Act, and will improve consistency with the rest of Australia by providing one piece of legislation for workplace safety and health across all Western Australian industries.  

The State Government's “single Act approach” means that the Occupational Health and Safety landscape can be streamlined and simplified in WA, with the Bill replacing three Acts:  Occupational Safety and Health Act 1984, Mines Safety and Inspection Act 1994; and the Petroleum and Geothermal Energy Safety Levies Act 2011.

The development of the Bill involved extensive consultation with stakeholders including UnionsWA represented the interests of WA Workers on the Ministerial Advisory Panel into the reforms and will ensure that the safety and welfare of workers is considered paramount at all times.

 

12.30pm - 1.30pm

Wednesday 26th February 2020

RSVP essential: Please register here

Level 6, 445 Hay Street, Perth

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Business Reputation Gone in Under 5

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A workplace incident can be devastating for employees but damage to your business reputation may be catastrophic.

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A critical step for a safe workplace

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Employees are the frontline of any workplace and are the members of staff most at risk and have most likely witnessed an accident, near-miss or some form of misconduct. They are simply management's best resource when establishing a workplace Occupational Health and Safety (OH&S) strategy.

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OH&S in just five days

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“Keeping employees safe at work is management's number one priority”

True for your workplace?

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NOPSEMA COURSE - NEW

Calling all offshore safety officers, safety supervisors and managers, safety advisors and supervisors.

Unity Training now offers a fully accredited, fully comprehensive NOPSEMA course developed for HSRs working in the Oil and Gas industry with an emphasis on the offshore working environment and legislation. 

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