* Lewis Training Provides LVR CPR Training In Sydney, Newcastle, Central Coast and Wollongong

For those working in environments where low voltage rescue training is necessary, * Lewis Training is the establishment to contact. We offer LVR CPR training in Sydney, Newcastle, Central Coast and Wollongong to businesses and organisations that work around low voltage LV electrical conductors, low voltage LV panels, or low voltage LV equipment. * Lewis Training is a fully qualified and accredited provider of CPR and LVR training and partners with Healthcorp Pty Ltd ( registered training organisation no. 91222 ) to provide a variety of WHS and first aid training courses. With the passage of the Work Health and Safety Act in 2011, businesses must stay compliant with the latest government regulations.

LVR CPR training in Sydney, Newcastle, Central Coast and Wollongong from * Lewis Training combines low voltage rescue training and CPR training. Electricians, for example, must have the necessary training to rescue someone who has come in contact with a live LV electrical conductor. The course will cover how to assess risk in an LVR situation, LVR procedures that include dragging the victim, and treatment delivered to victims of live LV contact. The course also includes full CPR training.

The great thing about working with * Lewis Training for courses such as LVR CPR training in Sydney, Newcastle, Central Coast and Wollongong is you can schedule the training around your own schedule. It is difficult to get employees together all at once, and * Lewis Training understands. You schedule the course date and time, and the trainers will arrive at your work site and take care of the rest. There is a minimum of five participants and discounts are available for those with larger groups.

To learn more about what * Lewis Training offers, visit the company’s website, www.mlewisohs.com.au. You can fill out the online contact form for more information, or you can call the company directly at 0414 515 577 to schedule a course.

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