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Betty the ADRI House & Asbestos Awareness

Betty’ – The ADRI House, an initiative of the Asbestos Education Committee in partnership with the Asbestos Diseases Research Institute (ADRI), is a purpose built, mobile model home designed to demonstrate where asbestos might be found in and around any Australian home built or renovated before 1987. Betty’s mission is to educate all Australians about the dangers of asbestos so they think smart, think safe, think asbestosawareness.com.au, because it’s not worth the risk!
Betty the ADRI House & Asbestos Awareness
Betty the ADRI House & Asbestos Awareness added 2 new photos.Wednesday, April 12th, 2017 at 11:18am
Last week Betty paid a visit Camden Council to assist Council with their Waste Management for Trades event to help increase awareness of the dangers of asbestos among local tradies. Special thanks to Kevin Murphy State Inspector, Asbestos and Demolition, SafeWork NSW for taking Betty and for providing tradies in the Camden community with expert advice about safe asbestos management!. It was a wonderful and informative day thanks to Camden Council! If your council is planning an asbestos awareness or education event, Betty would love to attend (depending on availability). Visit Betty's page here for more informaition on how to invite Betty to your community! http://asbestosawareness.com.au/betty-the-adri-house/bookings/
Betty the ADRI House & Asbestos Awareness
Betty the ADRI House & Asbestos AwarenessTuesday, April 11th, 2017 at 2:38pm
With the Easter long-weekend around the corner, many homeowners and renovators are thinking of taking advantage of the 4-day weekend to finish a project or start a new one. But, before you think about starting on jobs around the home, be sure you think smart, think safe, and think asbestosawareness.com.au to download your free guide to identifying asbestos in and around the home. The Healthy House Checklist gives you simple, step-by-step instructions and our fact sheets show you how to manage asbestos safely. Visit asbestosawareness.com.au today because it’s not worth the risk!
Betty the ADRI House & Asbestos Awareness
Betty the ADRI House & Asbestos AwarenessMonday, April 10th, 2017 at 1:38pm
A huge congratulations again to the team at Latrobe Council for your outstanding contribution to the National Asbestos Awareness Month Campaign 2016.
Betty the ADRI House & Asbestos Awareness
Betty the ADRI House & Asbestos Awareness added a new photo to the album: 2016 Betty Awards.Tuesday, April 4th, 2017 at 4:37pm
Most Improved Council Asbestos Awareness Month Campaigner: City of Wollongong
Betty the ADRI House & Asbestos Awareness
Betty the ADRI House & Asbestos Awareness added 13 new photos.Tuesday, April 4th, 2017 at 4:23pm
It is with great delight that we can announce the winners of the 2016 Betty Awards which recognise outstanding achievements in asbestos awareness education during Asbestos Awareness Month.

• Best Asbestos Awareness Month Campaigner Business or Corporate: Height Safety Engineers Training RTO 91227

• Best Asbestos Awareness Month Campaigner Government Department or Organisation: SafeWork SA

• Best Asbestos Awareness Month Campaigner Individual: Morris Lamacchia

• Most Innovative Council Asbestos Awareness Month Campaigner: Cumberland Council Sydney

• Most Improved Council Asbestos Awareness Month Campaigner: City of Wollongong

Most Active Council Asbestos Awareness Month Campaigner
• NSW Metropolitan Council: Cumberland Council
• NSW Regional Council: Wollongong City Council
• NT Regional Council: Alice Springs Town Council
• Tasmania Metropolitan Council: City of Glenorchy
• Tasmania Regional Council: Latrobe Council
• Victoria Regional Council: City of Greater Bendigo
• SA Metropolitan Council: City of Playford
• SA Regional Council: Wakefield Regional Council

 


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