Warden/Chief Warden (includes Deputy Chief & Communications Officer):
- Roles and Responsibilities of the Emergency Control Organisation
- Evacuation and assembly principles and emergency procedures
- Emergency incident types
- Respond to emergency reports, signals and warnings
- Initiate and control initial emergency response
- Anticipate the further development of emergencies
- Assist with post initial response
- Installed systems
- Workplace evacuation procedures
- Prepare for workplace emergencies
- Apply command, control and coordinate aspects of workplace emergency procedures
- Control the response to emergency reports, signals and warnings
- Communication and coordination of evacuation activities
- How to act as the primary liaison with Emergency Services
- Coordinate reports and results of initial emergency response
- Conclude incident
- Implementation of post-emergency activities – debrief, review of emergency plan
First Atack Firefighting: Participants are provided with the required knowledge to be able to correctly identify and select the most suitable first attack firefighting equipment typically installed in workplaces.
The practical aspects of the training include the correct and safe use and operation of a fire extinguisher under simulated live fire conditions and demonstration of a fire blanket.
Occupant Emergency and Evacuation: Our comprehensive training program focuses on the actions to be taken by all building occupants to ensure prompt and safe response and evacuation to any emergency situation. It provides an overview and awareness of general emergencies, building emergency systems & procedures and fire fighting equipment. It is a great introduction to Fire Safety, theory and practical.
Emergency Evacuation Drill: Our practical evacuation drill is designed to test and validate Emergency Procedures in accordance with Australian Standards. An evacuation checklist will be provided at the conclusion of the evacuation drill for compliance purposes.