Curtin Business School (CBS) is one of the most comprehensive business schools in Australia and has considerable experience and influence in providing high-quality and transformative education and research across Australia and the Asian region.

Our Story

Indigenous Services Australia (ISA) is a 100% Indigenous owned company providing consulting and training services to major corporate entities across Australia and the world. Our vision is “to create the awareness to enable Indigenous people to walk beside others”, this vision underpins everything ISA staff undertake.

ISA prides itself on the delivery of high quality, holistic Indigenous participation programs. Program delivery is tailored to the specific needs of each individual client recognising that one program does not fit all and that our clients are unique in their requirements.

Our Mission:

Empower positive health and wellness choices by providing enjoyable, strategic and sustainable programs and services while conducting ourselves in a friendly and professional manner.

Our Values:

  • Integrity
  • Professionalism
  • Innovative
  • Reputable

Our Staff

All WorkSmart Health facilitators are tertiary trained in the health sciences including Exercise Physiologists, Occupational Therapists and Physiotherapists. All hold a current senior first aid certificate as well as a Certificate IV in training and assessment. Our selection process is proficient for choosing the best person for each role.

WorkSmart Health maintain a high expectation for the delivery of our programs and regularly conduct program audits to ensure the integrity of our programs are being upheld as well as make improvements where necessary.

Most importantly, the staff at WorkSmart Health have a passion for making a difference. With most having worked in rehabilitation at some stage during their professional careers, our staff have chosen that prevention resides over cure.


  • WSH are proud to give back to the community by offering complimentary warm up and stretch sessions to certain community groups & organisations such as the SES and Mission Australia. Add SES and Mission pics here
  • WSH donate used exercise mats to various community groups

Ross is a kiwi.
He is also a highly respected film director.
Ross started RT Films in 1985, having spent 7 years at Channel 7 Perth as Commercials Director and Program Director. Prior to that Ross was 3 years as Commercials Director at South Pacific Television in NZ. Seeing an opportunity to expand into Asia, he opened RT Films in Indonesia in 1997, establishing RT as a quality production house in the SE Asia Region. Ross has directed some award winning commercials for Nestle, Unilever, Abbott, and SGM. He returned to Perth in 2008 to be with his family and to re-establish himself in the Australian market.

It is Ross’ experience as a baby and childrens’ director that has gained him much kudos in the past few years and he has directed some fabulous commercials for Nestle brands Dancow and Cerelac, plus Pepsodent, Lifebuoy, Zwitsal and Rinso for Unilever among many, all via various multi national agencies in Indonesia, Malaysia and Vietnam.

The CONNECT approach to improvement in safety performance is based in research that shows clearly what is needed in terms of Engagement, Job Satisfaction and Job Motivation to translate organisational safety values into practice at the frontline level.

One of our strengths is  our ability to develop the “how-to" of theories and concepts  -  how to translate the theories and principles into practical applications and tools which are usable in the workplace.

Who We Are

We exist to equip and inspire you to do what you love – from climbing the highest peak, to camping with friends, travelling the world, exploring the outdoors, staying fit, or simply getting from A to B in the urban jungle. A product bearing the Mountain Designs label represents quality, innovation and functionality crafted for the world's adventure playground – the outdoors!

Where it All Started

Long before it was a well-known brand, Mountain Designs was just one man operating out of a suitcase that he kept under a sofa.

As a young climber, Rick White had a dream – to provide quality goods to adventurers like himself. Starting as a specialist climbing retailer, he spent many years growing his business in Brisbane, serving a miniscule market of climbers and bushwalkers.

In 1975 Rick launched the company now known as Mountain Designs to meet the needs of the burgeoning mountaineering community. His passion for providing high quality goods could only be matched by his appetite for adventure – an adventurist attitude and visionary spirit that is still highly regarded among climbers today. 

It is this 'Heritage born of the mountains' philosophy that has been the heart and soul of Mountain Designs for the past 40 years.

During the 80's the demand for Mountain Designs products grew, spurred on by the daring spirit of 'antipodeans' seeking worldly challenges in exotic places. It was a period of rapid growth for not only the business but also the brand. The upward success of the brand saw the need to expand and establish stores in key locations across Australia. 

Over the years the company has continued to grow both by number of stores and breadth of stock. Mountain Designs has also proudlysponsored expeditions to six of the highest mountains in the world.

The City of Perth Surf Life Saving Club is located at City Beach in Perth, Western Australia. The club was formed in 1924 by members of the City of Perth Amateur Swimming Club, to provide a volunteer water safety and surf rescue service. It has now grown to become one of Australia’s largest and most successful surf life saving clubs. The club patrols a 2 kilometre stretch of beach, from the Swanbourne rifle range to the Floreat groyne.  Members patrol the beach between the hours of 9am and 5pm on weekends and public holidays from October 1 to March 31 each year.

Kidsafe WA is the leading independent not-for-profit organisation dedicated to promoting safety and preventing childhood injuries and accidents in Western Australia.