Fire Warden Series – Emergency Management In Facilities


Fire Warden Series - Emergency Management In Facilities 3 Has your organisation recently experienced a real emergency situation that could have went a little better? Or maybe you would just like to reduce the risk of losing your greatest asset? During this course we will guide you through the systems and processes of creating and implementing an effective emergency plan. Firstly, Employees & Public safety will always be the goal. And secondly, ensuring that you comply with health and safety standards via AS3745-2010.

The emergency plan and where to start.

One important, or should we say critical, component of the emergency plan is your employees. Risk mitigation should start and end with them in mind, generally, they may be the difference between success and failure.

Emergency planning will involve key personnel, with selection accounting for their leadership and supervisory ability. Their overall respect within an organisation and a desire to learn. If you would like to learn more about emergency planning for your business. Or you are a member of an Emergency Planning Committee. This course is for you.

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On completion of the course, you will receive a certificate of achievement, which is issued by STG Fire Safety Training. This is a non-accredited course under the national qualification framework, as a face to face, hand on component would be required to become accredited (PUAFER005/006/008).  There are no specific prerequisites for this course, even so, an understanding of general workplace health and safety would be an advantage.

On successful completion of this course, you can use the certificate as a resource for employment or health and safety inspections. STG Fire Safety Training will verify certificates to potential employers or your state workplace safety authority.

What Will I Learn?

  • 1. The emergency planning committee.
  • 2. The emergency Plan.
  • 3. Emergency response procedures.
  • 4. The structure and workings of the Emergency Control Organisation.
  • 5. General Training Requirements and Exercises.
  • 6. Reviewing and Updating the emergency plan.
  • 7. Types of Emergencies and some resources for participants in this course.

Topics for this course

10 Lessons2h 30m

Introduction Lesson

Lesson One – Introduction to Emergency Planning.00:4:10
Lesson One Quiz

The Emergency Planning Committee

The Emergency Plan

Emergency Response Procedures

The Emergency Control Organisation (ECO)

Training & Exercising

Review and Updating the Emergency Plan

Types of Emergencies & Conclusion

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4 Courses

11 students


Target Audience

  • Health & Safety Manager
  • Emergency Planning Committee Members
  • Business Owners
  • Facility Managers
  • Health & Safety Rep (HSR)
  • Operations Managers
  • Firefighters
  • Chief Wardens
  • ECO Members