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Cleaning up the Brisbane Markets after the floods

Cleaning up the Brisbane Markets after the floods
Occupational Health And Safety
Image by Department of Defence
Private Adam Skinner is keen to do his bit for the huge clean-up effort at the Brisbane Markets in Rocklea after devastating floodwaters had receded. Private Skinner is an Army Reserve soldier from Bundaberg and parades with D Company, 9th Battalion Royal Queensland Regiment (D Coy, 9 RQR).

Australian Defence Force personnel from D Company, 9th Battalion Royal Queensland Regiment (D Coy, 9 RQR), assisted with the huge clean-up effort at the Brisbane Markets in Rocklea. Soldiers who had travelled to Brisbane from different locations around the state, worked to remove rotting food and flood-damaged debris as well as hose down and sanitise shopfronts and fence lines.

A storeroom was also established to enable civilian volunteers to collect safety equipment such as high-visibility vests, safety glasses and dust masks. Over the past two days supplies were issued to over 1,000 civilian and Defence volunteers to ensure Australian Standards of Occupational Health and Safety were achieved.

The Brisbane Markets supply 80% of Queensland’s fresh produce and it is essential that the clean-up is completed to the standards required by Brisbane City Council and Queensland Health Departments.

Members of the Australian Navy, Army and Air Force are serving as part of Operation Queensland Flood Assist to support the Queensland Government in dealing with the flood emergency that confronted the state during December 2010 and January 2011.

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Photographer: CPL Janine Fabre
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Cleaning mud and sludge from a market stall – after the floods

Cleaning mud and sludge from a market stall – after the floods
Occupational Health And Safety
Image by Department of Defence
Corporal Lindsay Allan hoses away the last remaining mud and sludge from outside a market stall at the Brisbane Markets in Rocklea. Corporal Allan is from D Company, 9th Battalion Royal Queensland Regiment (D Coy, 9 RQR) in Maryborough and is currently Acting Platoon Sergeant.

Australian Defence Force personnel from D Company, 9th Battalion Royal Queensland Regiment (D Coy, 9 RQR), assisted with the huge clean-up effort at the Brisbane Markets in Rocklea. Soldiers who had travelled to Brisbane from different locations around the state, worked to remove rotting food and flood-damaged debris as well as hose down and sanitise shopfronts and fence lines.

A storeroom was also established to enable civilian volunteers to collect safety equipment such as high-visibility vests, safety glasses and dust masks. Over the past two days supplies were issued to over 1,000 civilian and Defence volunteers to ensure Australian Standards of Occupational Health and Safety were achieved.

The Brisbane Markets supply 80% of Queensland’s fresh produce and it is essential that the clean-up is completed to the standards required by Brisbane City Council and Queensland Health Departments.

Members of the Australian Navy, Army and Air Force are serving as part of Operation Queensland Flood Assist to support the Queensland Government in dealing with the flood emergency that confronted the state during December 2010 and January 2011.

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Photographer: CPL Janine Fabre
Image 20110116adf8270845_057 from images.defence.gov.au

Like to see related images – visit the Image Series on the Defence Image Library

Cleaning up flood effected rotting vegetables

Cleaning up flood effected rotting vegetables
Occupational Health And Safety
Image by Department of Defence
Army Reserve soldiers from D Company, 9th Battalion Royal Queensland Regiment (D Coy, 9 RQR), collect rotting vegetables at the Brisbane Markets in Rocklea.

Australian Defence Force personnel from D Company, 9th Battalion Royal Queensland Regiment (D Coy, 9 RQR), assisted with the huge clean-up effort at the Brisbane Markets in Rocklea. Soldiers who had travelled to Brisbane from different locations around the state, worked to remove rotting food and flood-damaged debris as well as hose down and sanitise shopfronts and fence lines.

A storeroom was also established to enable civilian volunteers to collect safety equipment such as high-visibility vests, safety glasses and dust masks. Over the past two days supplies were issued to over 1,000 civilian and Defence volunteers to ensure Australian Standards of Occupational Health and Safety were achieved.

The Brisbane Markets supply 80% of Queensland’s fresh produce and it is essential that the clean-up is completed to the standards required by Brisbane City Council and Queensland Health Departments.

Members of the Australian Navy, Army and Air Force are serving as part of Operation Queensland Flood Assist to support the Queensland Government in dealing with the flood emergency that confronted the state during December 2010 and January 2011.

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Photographer: CPL Janine Fabre
Image 20110116adf8270845_013 from images.defence.gov.au

Like to see related images – visit the Image Series on the Defence Image Library

I use natural cleaning products that do not contain antibacterials is that safe for my health or am i risking?

Question by : I use natural cleaning products that do not contain antibacterials is that safe for my health or am i risking?
I use natural cleaning products becuase of my allergies to fumes and chemicals,but I fear bacteria is growing in my kitchen ANY TIPS ??

Best answer:

Answer by kate
u need the best of natural cleaning products more information http://www.skincarefairy.com

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Cleaning and cooking tips for a 19 year old?

Question by Eleida F: Cleaning and cooking tips for a 19 year old?
Can you give me some great cleaning tips? And what would be the best cookbook to start learning to cook for someone aged 19?. Like techniques on how to clean how many times u should go over the floor with the mop, ect.
Laundry, as well

Best answer:

Answer by Santa Claus
hmmm…

I think you have yourself a really good book idea.

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