1800 429 266

Emergency Warden Training

Planning for Emergencies & Initial Fire Attack

Duration: 4 hours

Aim: To provide participants with the practical skills, knowledge and understanding of roles and responsibilities when dealing with emergencies in the workplace and to assist in developing or reviewing Emergency Plans.

The course will cover the following key areas, but can be tailored to address any current issues and refer to relevant documentation at your facility:

Key Areas Covered:

  • Overview of relevant health and safety legislation and associated codes
  • Duties and duty holders
  • Overview of Australian Standard AS 3745: 2010 Planning for emergencies in facilities (as amended)
  • Roles and responsibilities of Emergency Planning Committee, Emergency Control Organisation (including Chief Warden, Emergency Wardens and other key personnel;
  • Risk analysis/assessment of the nature and likelihood of an emergency;
  • Purpose and content of an Emergency Plan
  • Emergency Response Procedures, Evacuation diagrams and exercises;
  • Specific guidance on Fire Risk Assessment and Australian Standards relating to fire and fire control
  • Determining appropriate response actions including use of emergency response equipment
  • Debriefing, reviewing and action planning

This course also includes (after consultation with you, the client):

  • A practical emergency response exercise such as an evacuation drill and debrief; or
  • Further detailed usage of fire extinguishers and other firefighting equipment; or
  • A tailored activity for the facility such as fire risk assessment; or
  • A mix of the above.

Target Audience: OHS duty holders such as employers, managers, supervisors, emergency wardens and other emergency response personnel in any workplace.

If you are interested you can contact us on 1800 429 266 or on email: training@hazcon.com.au

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