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Emergency Planning Committee

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Course Overview:

Remember, under OH&S Act (WA), the national WHS Act and the Australian Standard Planning for Emergencies in Facilities 3745-2010, your workplace is required to have an emergency evacuation plan, fire equipment and First Aid resources.

This online course is suitable for:

  • Your Emergency Control Organisation (Chief Warden, Area Wardens and Wardens)
  • Professional development
  • Job seekers
  • Resume building
Course Content: 

Identifying events that could reasonably produce emergency situations.

  • What is the committee and it’s functions
  • Developing evacuation procedures and emergency resources
  • Nominating the validity period for the emergency procedures and the evacuation wall diagrams
  • Establishing an emergency control organisation to operate in accordance with the emergency procedures
  • Ensuring that the register of Emergency Control Organisation members is current and readily available.
  • Ensuring that the emergency response procedures remain viable and effective by reviewing, and testing the emergency response procedures at least annually.
  • Ensuring that the emergency plan is reviewed at the end of the validity period, after an emergency, an exercise, or any changes that affect the emergency plan.
  • Ensuring that a permanent record of events for each emergency is compiled and retained.
  • Identifying and rectifying deficiencies and opportunities for improvement in the emergency plan and emergency response procedures.
  • Identifying events that could reasonably produce emergency situations.
Assessment: 
You are to successfully complete a number of assessments at the end of each session.
 
Certification: 
On successful completion of this course you receive a Certificate of Completion
 
Course Duration: 
Estimated time to complete: 35 minutes