Community Support

Supporting community programmes across Australia.

RED OHMS Group is pleased to provide support to a variety of community programmes.

Murlipirrama Connection
Client Support

Sponsoring local mining communities.

RED OHMS Hygiene is pleased to have supported our clients and mining community by sponsoring the various client and community events.

  • The Northern Australian Emergency Response Competition recreates realistic life-like emergency scenarios for teams to test their emergency response techniques and capabilities in firefighting, rescue from heights, hazardous materials, breathing apparatus search and rescue, first aid, road accident rescue and, as an optional extra underground search and rescue for those experienced in underground rescue. A theory exam is also conducted to test basic principles and methods.
  • The Goldfields Underground Mine Emergency Response Competition sees mines’ rescue teams from the region compete in simulated underground emergency situations with the ultimate goal of improving emergency response skills and knowledge.
  • The Goldfields Surface Mine Emergency Response Competition sees mines’ rescue teams complete nine challenging scenarios designed to improve emergency response skills and knowledge: team skills, confined space rescue, fire-fighting, vehicle extrication, rope rescue, hazardous chemicals, first aid, incident management scenario and a theory assessment.
  • Evolution Mining’s entry into the Gibb Challenge in support of Brightwater Care Group WA.
Hygiene Support

Supporting the occupational hygiene community.

We also support the Australian Institute of Occupational Hygienists (AIOH) and Workplace Health Without Borders.

One of our Directors, Elaine Lindars, is a long-time supporter of the AIOH by helping teach the Hygiene Basic Principles Course in WA for many years, by being on the organising committee for Perth Conferences, reviewing AIOH text books and being on some AIOH committees.

Elaine has also worked with Workplace Health Without Borders, travelling to Vietnam to teach the Basic Principles Course in Hanoi, and helping with setting up the Australian branch.

RED OHMS Hygiene donates to:
  • The Murlpirrmarra Connection a not-for-profit organisation that provides Aboriginal youth in the remote communities of Wiluna, Leonora and surrounding regions in Western Australia, with educational opportunities.
  • World Vision’s Australia Programme, supporting Indigenous Australians through the East Pilbara Early Childhood and Development Project.
RED OHMS Hygiene also sponsors:
  • And takes part in the HBF fun run for the Cancer Council
  • Karen Franks entry into the Blackmores, Sydney half marathon for World Vision’s Global Program

People, Process, Safety

RED OHMS Hygiene is a consultancy service that aims to assist our clients in achieving industry best practice to advance their safety culture.

RED OHMS Hygiene replaces good luck with great science and provides stakeholders with best practice tools and metrics to improve the health and welfare of workers, visitors and the community.

Our team understands your business and that consultation and communication with all stakeholders is key to achieving your health and safety goals.

Environment Support

Sponsoring the Munda-Betes Epic Adventure

The Red OHMS Group are delighted to sponsor Kyle Masterman and his team in the Munda-Betes Epic Adventure, a charity cycle in aid of the Telethon Type 1 Diabetes Family Centre.

Kyle and his team are attempting to complete the Munda Biddi mountain bike trail, from end to end in one hit. Mundaring to Albany, 1071km over 10 days of hills, single track, fire road, river crossings and isolated conditions.

Best of Luck Gents, and remember, Four wheels move your body, two wheels, move your soul!

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RED OHMS Environment also sponsors: 
  • The Road to Lisbon charity cycle ride, departing Celtic Park, making the Portsmouth to St Malo ferry and cycling the west coast of France and the Pyrenees before entering the Iberian Peninsula, and arriving in Lisbon. The charities benefiting were Children in Crossfire, Celtic FC Foundation and Solving Kids Cancer.