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February 2017

NEWSLETTER

Hello <<First Name>>,

We’ve got some great courses lined up for you this year to keep you prepared, safe and compliant. Recently, we've been busy setting up our services in the South Island with our Christchurch instructor Kent Deverson. You can read more about Kent's activities in our our latest article on our website.

Upcoming courses

We've released more dates for our latest Wellington public courses so you can grab you're spot now.

These courses will be based in our Upper Hutt training facility, 16 Nicolaus Street, Trentham, Upper Hutt

March Schedule

First Aid Refresher
Breathing Apparatus
Confined Space Entry Refresher
Safe Working at Height Refresher
Fire Extinguisher
Fire and Emergency Warden
Confined Space Entry
STCW (Standards of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping for Seafarers)
Wednesday 8th March
Wednesday 8th March
Monday 13th March
Tuesday 14th March
Wednesday 15th March
Wednesday 15th March
Thursday 16th & Friday 17th March
Monday 27th March till 3rd April

April Schedule

Confined Space Entry Refresher
Safe Working at Height
Fire and Emergency Warden
Fire Extinguisher
Monday 10th April
Tuesday 11th April
Tuesday 12th April
Tuesday 12th April
Book now
In addition to the times above, we also have courses scheduled in Christchurch Edgecumbe and Cambridge for March.

KiwiRail – ‘more value and depth at the same price’

We've worked with the Interislander ferries for many years and late last year, in preparation for their busy summer season, they required extensive induction training. We brought their extra Cabin Attendant staff up to speed with courses in:

  • Fire Prevention & Fire fighting
  • Personal Safety and Social Responsibility
  • Personal Survival Techniques
  • Crowd Management
  • First Aid


Parent company, KiwiRail, called on us to help the new staff sail through their STCWs (Standards of Training and Certification of Watchkeepers) and give their new staff the confidence to see them through their busiest time of the year.

The solution

Trevor's Top Tip


Being prepared for an emergency is something you need to keep on top of and now that everyone is back from holiday this is a great time to check your supplies.

Are you prepared?

  • Do you have enough food for everyone in your building? Remember to check those expiry dates!
  • Brief staff on your emergency plan and remind them of your meeting point in the event of an evacuation.
  • Check your Go Bags and civil defence kits to see if everything is still in working order. It’s also a good idea to keep a grab bag under your desk and in your car.
  • Keeping your supplies up to date is an ongoing process so pop a reminder in your phone or on your calendar to check them again in 6 months. We’ll also send you a friendly reminder in future newsletters.
  • Ensure you have a fresh supply of water. You will need at least 20 litres for each person in your building.
At our Wellington Headquarters, we keep ten 10L bottles filled with water and refill them at the Lower Hutt Artesian Water fountain, outside the the Dowse Art Museum. You can check with your regional council to see where you can easily fill your water containers. 




Fun fact: Dunedin has one next to the Speight's Brewery.

Finally...

FETS will do what it takes to make sure you and your team are prepared, safe and compliant. Email or give us a call today on 0800 338 748 for a customised programme.

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