3rd Dec-ACV/GARDS girls were at Chisholm TAFE Dandenong campus today talking with some switched on apprentice plumbers about asbestos and where you might come across it in your work place and home environment – we also discussed imports and shared stories of work experiences about asbestos – great questions & conversation – you were all fantastic and really knew the issues about this carcinogen and how harmful it can be – all the best for the future guys – privilege to meet you – we hope the knowledge we have given you will help you into the future 🔩🤞😎
2nd Dec – the ACV/GARDS team attended Chisholm TAFE Berwick campus and delivered an asbestos awareness session to some bright apprentice plumbers who are now much more asbestos aware – great questions and enthusiastic participation – thank you guys for getting right into all the issues – we wish you all the best in your chosen career and hope the info we have shared with you will help you into the future 😎🔩🤞
29/11 – Our Asbestos Awareness Day event was held in the Morwell Rose Garden. The event highlighted asbestos issues from many different fronts by our wonderful speakers – the tag line was. “Asbestos lurks in more places than you’d think” .
Speakers were, Maitea Lovric, Halil Ahmet, Jane Anderson, Nadine Medina and Steve Dodd. The Yallourn Madrigal Singers, Danny Boothman and Richard Harris entertained the crowd. The ecumenical service was conducted by Canon Jeff Richardson where we celebrated and recognised lives lost to this insidious carcinogen. Families of those who were suffering or those who had lost a loved one to this terrible carcinogen were shown how much those in the community cared.
Thank you so much to GTLC for providing a yummy BBQ lunch for all to enjoy!
26/11 – The inaugural asbestos awareness day event was held in the City of Melbourne Bowling Club, Flagstaff Gardens, Melbourne. The event highlighted asbestos issues from all sides of the asbestos story. “Asbestos lurks in more places than you’d think” was the tag line of the day.
Speakers were, Maitea Lovric, Halil Ahmet, Dr Gerry Ayers and Nadine Medina, they were joined by the inspirational Choir of Hard Knocks. The ecumenical service was conducted by Canon Matthew Williams where we celebrated and recognised lives lost to this insidious carcinogen.
Thank you to all those who attended the event and helped to make it a memorable day. To all our sponsors we want thank them for helping us to be able to conduct this important event for the community – pictured below are some of those who attended
21st Oct saw the ACV/GARDS crew at Chisholm TAFE Berwick campus delivering an asbestos awareness session to 20 apprentice plumbers – it was great to talk with these plumbers and get their experiences of what they have come across on work sites. They are now much more asbestos aware and are now armed with the right questions they need to ask. – good luck with your chosen professions – you were an enthusiastic bunch – it was a pleasure to meet you all
9th October saw the ACV/GARDS crew at Chisholm TAFE Frankston conducting an asbestos awareness session to 15+ apprentice plumbers – who are now more asbestos aware – terrific enthusiasm and wonderful questions – great interaction with plenty of info being exchanged – thanks to the apprentices for being so involved – we also had a long discussion with much info given out after the session on silicosis – Thanks to Fred for his wonderful support of the session and a big thank you to the apprentices – we wish you well in your chosen profession. 👍😃
3rd of Oct 2019 saw the ACV/GARDS crew at Chisholm TAFE Frankston campus delivering asbestos awareness to 20+ apprentice carpenters – really great bunch – terrific questions – really switched on – and now more asbestos aware! – Thank you to the trade teachers who joined in on the session and added to the conversation. All the best to the apprentices in your future trade – it was really nice to meet you all.