- Having designated fire wardens trained in how to confine workplace emergencies could be critical in an emergency.
- With fire generally being one of the most likely emergency scenarios being training in the use of fire extinguishers is important.
- Our trainers are either current or ex emergency responders.
- With a wealth of real world experience which they can pass on to you during one of our courses.
- Role and function of the emergency planning committee (EPC)
- Understanding and importance of the emergency plan
- Emergency response procedures
- Roles and responsibilities of the emergency control organisation including the chief warden (ECO)
- Training requirements including skills maintenance
- How to plan and conduct emergency response exercises
- Reviewing the emergency plan and communications systems/methods
There is a minimum number of five trainees per course, so call us today and we will conduct an accredited course in anywhere throughout Victoria and Australia. Our course material is designed to promote effective learning.
Has your organisation recently experienced a real emergency that didn’t go so well? Or maybe you would just like to reduce the risk of losing your greatest asset? At STG Fire Safety Training our emergency planners have spent many years in this field.
Even though, emergency fire warden training and planning is required under commonwealth and state legislation.
Average compliance rates with Australia Standard 3745-2010 is less than 30% within the business community.
There are a number of simple things owners can do to comply all with very little effort.
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- Bushfire behaviour and development
- Safety around fire including general heat and heat-related illness
- Protective Clothing for travellers & property owners
- Taking refuge from a bushfire (includes a scenario and practical activity)
- Alerting and communications with authorities & employers
- Managing risk & how to understand critical media messages (fire danger ratings etc)
- And much more.
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