Wprkplace Emergency Management
Workplace Emergency Management
Occupational Health, Risk Assessment, Safety Training
Workplace Emergency Management Six Core Services
1.Emergency Training (Fire Safety Training, Fire Warden Training, Warden Training)
Training the occupants at your facility how to respond to an emergency, deal with the emergency and account for people - guided by the facilities' emergency procedures.
Workplace Emergency Management will work closely with the facility to establish an Emergency Control Organisation.
2.Emergency Exercise (Evacuation Exercise, Fire Evacuation Exercise)
Putting the procedures that has been trained into practice - the practical side of the training.
3.Emergency Evacuation Diagrams (Fire Evacuation Diagrams and Evacuation Plan)
Emergency evacuation diagrams are a requirement in all workplaces - they are used to make people aware of where they are and how they may need to relocate in the case of an emergency.
4.Emergency Procedures and Plans (Fire Procedures)
An Emergency Plan is a written document to give the occupants of a facility guidelines to respond to an emergency.
5.Emergency Management (Administration, Emergency Planning Committee)
Emergency management combines the administrative requirements of the above four services into one service to organise, administrate and document your workplace emergency management to prepare you to be competent and compliant - leaving you to operate your own business or carry out your duties.
6.Emergency Compliance and Life Safety Assessment (Gap Analysis)
An emergency compliance and life safety assessment includes an inspection of your facility to determine if your facility is prepared for an emergency, gives due consideration to the occupants of the facility and is compliant under regulations and Australian Standards.
, Emergency Services
, Health and Safety Training
, Occupational Health
, Ohs Training
, Risk Assessment
, Safety Management Training
, Safety Training