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Small Business Emergency Procedures

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Price: $548.90 (Inc. GST)

Under the model WH&S laws in Australia, all workplaces must have an emergency evacuation and response procedure or ERP in place. These procedures should align with the Australian Standard 3745-2010 planning for emergencies in facilities. In addition there should also be emergency wall diagrams showing the layout of your business and locations of fire equipment, first aid kits and exits. The evacuation procedures must let workers and visitors know what to do in an emergency. It is important to remember that your emergency procedures will assist management in meeting their obligation to develop a plan for the business so that Employees know what to do in the event of an emergency.

Typical ERP’s contain key components to managing emergencies in any workplace and include policies and procedures on evacuation, communication, emergency evacuation, bomb threat response, medical emergency procedures, a first aid policy plus more.

What our Team will do:

  • Provide a quote if requested i.e. for ERP revision or new ERP
  • We will attend your facility to conduct a basic fire risk assessment with a written report. This assessment will be used to in the development of your ERP and complies with AS 3745-2010
  • Revise your existing procedures or develop from scratch. You can save on costs by accepting e-copy versions whereby you may print out your own manuals for the office or we can have professional manuals printed for you
  • We can also provide nationally accredited Warden, Chief Warden and First Aid training aligned to your new procedures

Please Note: Our rate mentioned above applies to smaller businesses and facilities with a maximum of 2 levels in height and floor area no greater than 200 square metres. We can also provide a quote for larger businesses simply contact us at


We will assist your organisation to effectively prepare for, prevent, respond to, recover from and review emergency situations.

Emergency planning is pivotal to the ongoing safety of your staff and organisation. We ensure that your site will be compliant in accordance with AS 3745-2010 ‘Planning for Emergencies in Facilities’

What you will receive:

  • Emergency procedures, including:
    • An effective response to an emergency
    • Evacuation procedures
    • Notifying emergency service organisations at the earliest opportunity
    • Medical treatment and assistance, and
    • Effective communication between the person authorised to coordinate the emergency response and all people at the workplace
  • Testing of the emergency procedures—including the frequency of testing, and
  • Information, training and instruction to relevant workers in relation to implementing the emergency procedures.

Emergency Plan Development Should Include:

  • Hazard identification and assessment
  • Emergency resources
  • Communication systems
  • Administration of the plan
  • Emergency response procedure
  • Communication of the procedure
  • Debriefing and post-traumatic stress procedure

Hazard Identification and Assessment

This involves a thorough review that includes but is not limited to;

  • Materials handling, transportation, equipment or product installation, hoisting, temporary structures, materials storage and commissioning activities
  • Environmental concerns
  • Consultation with the client concerning potential hazards
  • Proximity to traffic and public ways
  • Tools such as material safety data sheets to determine potential hazards from on-site materials

Construction sites are dynamic, which is why hazard assessment should be an ongoing process. Once hazards are identified, you should then assess the potential risk each hazard poses. For each hazard ask;

  • What can go wrong?
  • What are the consequences?

Reconciliation Action Plan

At Skills Force Australia, we acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we work and live. In addition we will respect Indigenous Elders past and present.

Our vision for reconciliation

Our vision for reconciliation is shared with many other Australian small businesses to celebrate the knowledge and cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. This will be achieved through the social, economic and cultural inclusion of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in our training programs.

Our family business is committed to sustainable Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander qualifications and sustainable, meaningful assistance for employment through quality training

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Phone: (08) 9309 4722


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