The Department of Health have created a 30-minute COVID-19 Infection Control Training course, to help health and allied health workers become certified as having an understanding of the Coronavirus disease and therefore undertake their work with caution and to ensure the safety of themselves and others around them.
Tradespeople can also take the course, which helps them to have an increased understanding on how to work within the current climate. Electricians, and many other trades, offer an essential domestic and commercial service – ensuring that equipment, including medical and communications devices, can run unimpeded and without fault. At the moment, people working from and having children in the home, is creating additional loads on the household’s power use. The use of additional white goods to store supplies is also tripping fuses and causing power surges, which unchecked can be hazardous. Local electricians in Brisbane are seeing this first hand, and acting in often emergency situations.
If you are in need of an electrician, check with them first to see if they have done the Infection Control Training course, and if they haven’t, call CLF Services in Brisbane instead – to protect you and your family’s health.