Emergency Occupant Training: Emergency Plan

AUST – Emergency Plan advises that if there is one thing that AS 3745-2010 ‘Planning for emergencies in facilities’ emphasises, it is the interaction of elements in dealing successfully with emergencies. The AS 3745-2010 Standard highlights how buildings elements, essential safety measures and occupant training need to work together to maximise occupant safety. Like most emergencies, the failure of providing adequate occupant training can quickly change a manageable emergency into an unmitigated disaster. Not the least of these elements is the people affected by the emergency! For years the need to train the Emergency Control Organisation (ECO) has been understood

Chief Warden Training: AS 3745-2010: Emergency Plan

NSW - Emergency Plan advises that in addition to training for all Emergency Control Organisation members, AS 3745-2010 ‘Planning for emergencies in facilities’ mandates Chief Warden training, this also includes their deputies and communication officers have additional training to ensure they possess the necessary knowledge and skills to command, control and coordinate a facility’s emergency control organisation. Such training should include but not be limited to… (more) Further Advice For safe occupation of a building advice please contact our closest Emergency Plan office by clicking here.

Emergency Plan: AS 3745-2010: Chief Warden Training

SA - Emergency Plan advises that in addition to training for all Emergency Control Organisation members, Australian Standard AS 3745-2010 – ‘Planning for emergencies in facilities’ mandates Chief Warden training, which also includes their deputies and communication officers having additional training to ensure they possess the necessary knowledge and skills to command, control and coordinate a facility’s emergency control organisation. Such training should include but not be limited to… (more) Work Health Safety Legislation Refer to our Work Health Safety Legislation Table for further statutory information on safe occupation of a building.

Chief Warden Training: Emergency Control Organisation: Emergency Plan

AUST – Emergency Plan advises that under AS 3745-2010 ‘Planning for emergencies in facilities’, there are many critical aspects to a safe response to an emergency in a facility such as a building or other work place. All the planning documents and evacuation diagrams that have been created in the preparation of emergency planning will only support the actions taken by those involved, and one of the roles in the Emergency Control Organisation that can greatly influence the effectiveness of response is that of the Chief Warden. During an emergency, the instructions given by the Emergency Control Organisation take precedence