14/09/2018 the ACV/GARDS org traveled to Chisholm TAFE Frankston campus to deliver our 4th session of asbestos awareness to another great group of apprentice plumbers. We had some good conversations today and the apprentices shared lots of information around what they had seen & experienced in places they had worked. Really switched on apprentices who are now very much asbestos aware – thanks guys for making us feel welcome we enjoyed meeting you all. A special thanks to Nick & Selwyn : )
Today the 11th September the ACV/GARDS girls traveled to Chisholm TAFE Berwick to deliver the first of 4 asbestos awareness sessions to apprentice plumbers. We had 40+ very engaged apprentices who asked many and varied questions. It was a real privilege to have the chance to chat with these apprentices and to try and make them asbestos aware – we hope in the future that this sort of info might help these future plumbers being exposed to asbestos in their work places and homes. Thanks to trade teachers Nick and Rod for the session today and joining in.
7/9/2018 traveled to Chisholm TAFE Frankston today to deliver 3rd asbestos awareness session to 33 fantastic apprentice plumbers. The ACV/GARDS girls will be back again for the next 5 weeks talking to many more apprentice plumbers – they had great questions & shared some very interesting conversations with us about their experiences with asbestos in the workplace. The apprentices told us that they are much more asbestos aware now they have watched and listened to our presentation – This is a positive outcome for us when we hear students say that – the students told us that they got a lot out of the session – terrific bunch of apprentices and trade teacher – thanks Nick for sharing your stories with the class too
Hazelwood Power Station will not be included on the Victorian Heritage Register.
Heritage Victoria found it did not meet the criteria required for recognition of cultural heritage significance at a State level.
It found Hazelwood Power Station is not associated with any key phases in the development of the Latrobe Valley as a power producing region and that it does not contain any unusual features that are not more widely replicated in other power stations. — . Statements attributed to ABC radio
31/8/2018 The ACV/GARDS girls traveled to Frankston TAFE Chisholm and delivered 2nd asbestos awareness session to a great bunch of apprentice plumbers. The ACV/GARDS girls will be back again for the next 6 weeks talking to a whole lot more apprentice plumbers – great questions and conversation. It was a privilege and honour to talk to the apprentices and understand their work places and issues that they come up against. Thanks to Fred their trade teacher for a really good session.