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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 AwarenessThursday, June 15th, 2017 at 12:39pm
What a wonderful 3-Day adventure Betty had at Ourimbah TAFE with SafeWork NSW, Principal Inspector, Chris Moore teaching 260 1st to 4th Year construction services students how to identify asbestos-containing materials in homes and manage them safely. It's this invaluable teaching of these students, the Tradies of tomorrow that will help keep them safe as well the families of the homeowners that they work for.
Betty the ADRI House & Asbestos Awareness
Betty the ADRI House & Asbestos AwarenessFriday, June 9th, 2017 at 3:11pm
Betty has been on the road touring the NSW Central Coast visiting TAFE colleges and high schools to educate tradie trainees about the dangers of asbestos and how to manage it safely on the job! Thanks to Chris Moore, Principal Inspector,
Construction, Asbestos & Demolition Services, SafeWork NSW for taking such good care of Betty and getting this vial message out there!
Betty the ADRI House & Asbestos Awareness
Betty the ADRI House & Asbestos AwarenessSunday, May 14th, 2017 at 10:56am
Happy Mother’s Day to Australia’s only, very special Asbestos Awareness Ambassador Cherie Barber - Renovating For Profit who is dedicated to helping other Mums keep their families safe from asbestos. To all the Mum’s out there who love to renovate we hope you get tools for Mother’s Day instead of vacuum cleaners but remember, NEVER use tools on asbestos-containing products and NEVER use household vacuum cleaners to clean up asbestos waste! Want to know what you can do to keep your family safe from asbestos? Visit www.asbestosawareness.com.au because it’s not worth the risk! HAPPY MOTHER’S DAY to all our special Aussie Mums! We hope you have a magical day!
Betty the ADRI House & Asbestos Awareness
Betty the ADRI House & Asbestos AwarenessMonday, May 1st, 2017 at 10:52am
After another successful regional trip meeting homeowners, tradies and families, today, Betty and her crew leave the beautiful Snowy region and hit the road to head back to Sydney. If you missed seeing Betty and the A Team, be sure to visit http://asbestosawareness.com.au/?runonce=1 to find out what you need to know about managing asbestos safely!
Betty the ADRI House & Asbestos Awareness
Betty the ADRI House & Asbestos Awareness added 4 new photos.Saturday, April 29th, 2017 at 6:44pm
Cooma turned on it's best weather for Betty's visit today!! We passed on the Asbestos Awareness message to a mixture of locals and travelers who stopped by. Again thank you to Snowy Monaro Regional Council for inviting the Asbestos Awareness Team to display over the last two days. For those who missed seeing Betty, you can learn what you need to know about managing asbestos safely by visiting www.asbestosawareness.com.au
Betty the ADRI House & Asbestos Awareness
Betty the ADRI House & Asbestos AwarenessSaturday, April 29th, 2017 at 10:24am
There's no stopping Betty and her incredible crew when it comes to informing communities about the dangers of asbestos and how to manage it safely! Last year they braved the deserts, storms and heat! Today they're braving the chilly Snowy Monaro Regional Council region in Cooma to inform locals about what they need to know when managing asbestos in the home safely! Come on down to the Visitor Information Centre in Sharp Street, Cooma from 9.00am to 3.00pm and welcome Betty and our dedicated crew, Geoff Wicks and Karen Wicks and SafeWork NSW Principal Inspector Donna Salway to learn what you need to know about managing asbestos safely!

 


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