Open Day at Protection Alsafe, Bensted Road, Gladstone. (L-R) Tony Mather, Phil Peters, Dave Coyle and Craig Ford. Photo Tom Huntley / The Observer
Open Day at Protection Alsafe, Bensted Road, Gladstone. (L-R) Tony Mather, Phil Peters, Dave Coyle and Craig Ford. Photo Tom Huntley / The Observer Tom Huntley

Alsafe heads into a new era

PROTECTOR Alsafe launched itself into a new era of training services last week.

The business opened a new facility, which is basically a massive shed filled with all sorts of training gear.

Branch area manager Phil Peters said the new facility marked an exciting development for Protector Alsafe and would feature facilities to train for safety at heights and confined spaces.

The branch offers 50 different courses.

Mr Peters said the new construction gave them a floor space of 1500sq m.

He said the demand for training in Gladstone had been the motivation in creating the new area.

Protector Alsafe held an open day last week to introduce the public to its new facility.
 



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