This course is designed for leaders of Emergency Control Organisations (ECO’s) in factories, manufacturing facilities, warehouses, offices or other workplaces that also need to learn the duties of the Emergency Wardens they will lead and who undertake a first response to fire incidents in onshore and offshore situations/emergencies. This includes Chief Wardens, Deputy Chief Wardens and Communication Officers.
Emergency Control Organisations (ECO’s) are defined in the Australian Standards. In this course participants are assisted in understanding their position within the emergency response structure, and the importance of a team response to effectively control emergencies. Workplace emergencies such as fires, bomb threats, chemical spills and other emergencies are discussed, along with the appropriate considerations and responses.
Participants are assisted in understanding their position within the emergency response structure, and the importance of communication, decision making and reporting.
Workplace emergencies are discussed, along with the appropriate considerations and responses. Site communications and procedures for evacuation of personnel to nominated muster points are discussed and explained.
This course is designed for anyone that is going to become the Communications Officer, Deputy Lead Warden or Lead Warden in an emergency situation and has not been trained in Emergency Warden and Portable Fire Equipment competencies.
|Location:||This course is normally trained at your Workplace using your sites Emergency Plans, Policies and Procedures. If necessary we can train at our Training Centre tailoring this course to your sites specific requirements.|
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- Types of Emergencies
- First Response to Emergencies
- Raising the alarm
- Safety alarms
- Contacting Emergency Services
- Chemistry of a Fire
- The Fire Tetrahedron
- Transfer of Heat
- Classes of Fire
- Type of Extinguishers
- Extinguisher Compatibility to type of fire
- Initial Actions-Method of Extinguishment
- Emergency Control Organisation
- ECO Structure
- Emergency Procedures
- Stages of evacuation
- After Incident Actions
- PPRR Method
As we are a Registered Training Organisation (RTO) our participants will be awarded a Nationally recognised Statement of Attainment on the successful completion of the training and assessment for this course.
The Units of competency covered in this course are:
PUAWER001B Identify, prevent and report potential workplace emergency situations
PUAWER004B Respond to workplace emergencies
PUAWER005B Operate as part of an emergency control organisation
(this unit is a prerequisite for PUAWER006B)
PUAWER006B Lead an emergency control organisation
MSMWHS212 Undertake first response to fire incidents
Note: Due to the PUAWER005 pre-requisite, the unit PUAWER006B cannot be assessed as competent until PUAWER005B has been completed and deemed competent (after the Post Initial Assessments*).
Industry recommends that refresher training for Portable Fire Equipment, Emergency Warden and Chief Warden should be completed every two years.