CMG Fire And Safety Services
Safety Training, Fire Safety Training, Warden Training
The training covers the following topics:
• Legislative Requirements and Australian Standard AS 3745:2010
• Emergency Control Organisation Structure
• Warden Duties and Responsibilities
• Emergency Types and their Impact
• Raising the Alarm
• Fire Alarm systems (if installed)
• Managing Mobility Impaired Occupants
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The State Planning Policy 3.7 Planning in Bushfire Prone Areas and the Guidelines for Planning in Bushfire Prone Areas strongly
Our Fire Evacuation Training includes:
Evacuation scenarios tailored to your workplace;
The use of props to ensure a ‘real-life’ type simulation;
Compliance with Australian Standard 3745:2010;
Managing Mobility Impaired Occupants i.e. healthcare and aged care facilities;
A full briefing and debriefing; and
A full written report of the evacuation;
The duration of the exercise depends on the size of your site, but generally takes about 1.5 hours, including the briefing and de-briefing.
We can help you effectively manage OS&H legislation. We deliver training to all types of businesses and can help you reduce risk and add value to your organisation’s profile.
Evacuation Plans (for all workplace or activity centres) are compulsory under Australian Standard
3745-2010 in all states and territories of Australia. It is also a legal requirement of the W.A. OSH Regulations 1996 to have a Evacuation Plan.
As with any legislation, these standards can be confusing and take up your valuable time to implement.
Ever wondered what it would be like to be faced with a real fire emergency? Do you know how to operate a fire extinguisher without the risk of injury? We can help!
CMG Fire and Safety Services have a vast experience, industry knowledge and awareness of applicable Australian standards and building codes,
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