Queensland Labour Hire Licence Authority

The Labour Hire Licensing Act 2017 establishes a mandatory licensing scheme for all labour hire providers operating in Queensland. Users of labour hire services can only use a licensed labour hire provider. Labour hire providers supply workers to another business or person (the labour hire user) to do work. Under the arrangement, the labour hire

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Queensland Health – Approval to use scheduled medicines for treatment of acute conditions at isolated locations – Hayman Island

An approval to use scheduled medicines for treatment of acute health conditions at isolated locations authorises: a doctor(s), nominated by Risk 2 Solution Group (approval holder), to purchase scheduled medicines on behalf of the approved organisation; a senior person(s), nominated to be responsible for the management and control of scheduled medicines at Risk 2 Solution

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Queensland Health – Approval to use scheduled medicines for emergency first aid- Paramedic

An emergency first aid approval authorises: a doctor, nominated by Risk 2 Solution Group, to purchase scheduled medicines on behalf of the approved organisation; Risk 2 Solution Group to obtain and possess specific scheduled medicines, and to issue these medicines to suitably qualified persons within the organisation for the purpose of providing first aid in

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NSW Health – Authority to administer medication listed in Schedules 2, 3, 4, or 8 of the NSW Poisons List

In accordance with the provsision of clause 170 of the Poisons and Therapeutic Goods Regulation 2008 under the Poisons and Therapeutic Goods Act 1966 and for the purposes of clauses 17, 53 and 106 of the Regulation and Section 16 (1) (d) of the Act, authority is given to persons employed by Risk 2 Solution

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