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Promoting spinal injury prevention

Transport Women Australia Limited will hold a breakfast in Brisbane during Work Safe Week to raise money for the Spinal Injuries Association.

To be held at the Diana Plaza Hotel, 12 Annerley Road, Woolloongabba on Wednesday October 27, at 7am for a 7.30am start, the breakfast will feature Robert Spencer who will talk about spinal cord injuries, his experiences with this type of injury and why safety at work is vital.

The Spinal Injuries Association conducts the SEAT at Work Program encouraging safety in the workplace raising awareness of, and respect for, people with a disability as part of an equitable community.

The Spinal Education Awareness Team (SEAT) presentations are a powerful way to educate employees about the importance of Workplace Health and Safety and further complement an existing zero tolerance to unsafe behaviour and practices at the workplace.

TWAL is hoping for large numbers at the breakfast with cost to members just $25 and non-members $30.

The Spinal Injuries Association is Queensland’s peak body for people with a spinal cord injury and for people with the late effects of polio. This year also marks 50 years since the not-for-profit organisation was started.

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