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Emergency Management and Training Services

Emergency Management and Training Services are a company that provide services to a range of companies with a particular focus on the mining and oil and gas sectors.

The company provides a number of training programs onsite or online such as first aid and mine rescue.


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9 Paperbark CourtThurgoona NSW 2640
Phone: 1300 662 612 Fax: 02 6043 2796
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