You are looking at future Superstars! We are very proud to be a cog in the wheel of Brisbane City Football Club. Seeing the teams hit the field, the parents, fans, and passion erupt with the season launch has been amazing. Well done to everyone involved all around the country!
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We are proud to announce we are now a Gold Sponsor for the 2016 Season.First Aid Kits Australia will provide every Team in the Club with a fully stocked BCFC branded First Aid Kit for the 2016 Season. They will also provide location based kits at our Club House, dressing rooms and Mark St training … Continued
Being bitten by a snake in Australia is a genuine risk and a scary event worthwhile preparing for. Australia has the most venomous snakes in the world. We have approximately 3000 bites per year, around 200 to 500 will receive antivenom. Sadly, one or two will be fatal. In just the last two months there … Continued
Storm Season is already here and it could be nasty. It is too late to prepare once a storm has arrived. Here are 6 things you must do to prepare: Prepare your insurance Check the home contents and car insurance is current and suitable. Prepare a Plan Identify the safest room (usually the smallest with … Continued
With one day to go, what a great Expo it is. The launch of the new Workplace Safety App has been extremely well received. As has our Daily Penfolds Prize Draw. If you are in Sydney, come and see us at Stand F50.
Not long now! For everyone dedicated to Health and Safety, it’s a must! Safety In Action Sydney is just around the corner – www.safetyinaction.net.au/sydney/index.html Come and see us at stand F50: for the launch of our new Workplace Safety App for our Expo specials and to enter a prize to win some exquisite … Continued
Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) is extremely dangerous, having a fatality rate of up to 90%. Transmission EVD is introduced to the human population by infected animals through close contact with blood, secretions, organs and other bodily fluids. It is transmitted from human to human with infection resulting from direct contact (through broken skin or mucous … Continued