Congratulations to 2nd year Air-conditioning and Refrigeration apprentice, Phillip Maori, in Victoria who has been awarded MIGAS Safety Star for June 2015.
Phillip works with host company Hirotec in Keysborough, Victoria.
Phillip has shown initiative at the start of each day and each job at his workplace. He will write a Safe Work Method Statement (SWMS) needed to complete the task. Once he has completed a SWMS, Phillip will go through the steps to safely complete the job ahead alongside his supervising technician.
Phillip says that completing a SWMS prior to the job is helping him to grow in confidence and to have a better awareness of safety in the workplace.
Well done Phillip!
Each month MIGAS awards one Safety Star Award to a MIGAS Australian Apprentice or Trainee that is excelling in Workplace Health and Safety at their host company. If you host MIGAS apprentices or trainees at your workplace and would like to nominate them to receive a Safety Star Award, print the below flyer and follow the instructions on how to submit your nomination.
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