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Tips for Food Safety

Tip Tuesday: Always remember, safety first!

Today's tip is about maintaining a safe environment and meeting food safety requirements in school tuckshops/canteens. Use separate cutting boards and utensils for raw meats, fruits, and vegetables to prevent the spread of harmful bacteria.

Let's keep our school meals delicious and safe for everyone!

Check out our courses in safe food handling in schools.

Spotlight on Sexual Harassment

We understand the devastating impact that sexual harassment can have on individuals in the workplace. Recent statistics show that 67% of people who reported sexual harassment in the past 5 years experienced negative mental health impacts, which can lead to decreased job satisfaction and self-esteem.

We believe that every individual has the right to feel safe and valued in their workplace. That's why we're committed to providing comprehensive training programs that aim to prevent sexual harassment and support a safe and respectful work environment.

We also do Individual Courses!

Did you know that at In Safe Hands we also offer courses for individuals? Enhance your knowledge in Child Protection and Safety with our specialised training programs.

Our courses are carefully designed to equip participants with the best practices and essential skills necessary to ensure child protection and safety. We believe in empowering individuals to create a safer environment for children.

Upcoming Child Protection Webinars


All of the below Webinars meet the following NQF requirements:

• Section 162A - Education and Care Services National Law Act - Persons in day-to-day charge and nominated supervisors to have child protection training

• Section 167 in the Education and Care Services National Law Act requiring every reasonable precaution is taken to protect children from harm (child abuse is non-accidental harm);

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