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

Exit Paths: AS 3745-2010: Work Health Safety

NSW – Work Place Safety Assessors advise that property managers should not rely on the report from their annual evacuation exercise under AS 3745-2010 ‘Planning for emergencies in facilities’ to ensure the paths of travel to exits are clear. This may not prove adequate to satisfy the requirements of the Environmental Planning & Assessment Regulation (EPAR). The Regulations require building owners to confirm on their Annual Fire Safety Statement that the building has been inspected by a properly qualified person and was found to be in in a position that did not disclose any ground for a prosecution under Division 7 (which covers Paths of Travel). An

Occupant Training Frequency: AS 3745-2010: Emergency Plan

AUST – Emergency Plan advises that AS 3745-2010 ‘Planning for emergencies in facilities’ has consolidated the frequency of occupant training including skill retention activities expected to be provided to the occupants of a facility including those occupants responsible for implementing and managing a facility’s emergency response procedures. Facility occupants should generally receive occupant training at the commencement of their duties to enable them to act in accordance with the documented emergency response procedures under AS 3745-2010. Facility occupants are then required to participate in further skills retention (occupant training) activities at intervals not greater than 12 months. These skills retention activities may be delivered by various means

General Evacuation Instructions: Occupant Training: BFSR: Emergency Plan

QLD - Emergency Plan advises that one of the specific requirements of the Building Fire Safety Regulation 2008 (BFSR), which details mandatory requirements to deal with a fire or hazardous materials emergency, is the provision of General Evacuation Instructions (occupant training) for the building, by the occupier of the building, to each person working in the building at intervals not more than 1 year… (more) Work Health Safety Legislation Refer to our Work Health Safety Legislation Table for further statutory information on safe occupation of a building.

Occupant Training Frequency: AS 3745-2010: Emergency Plan

AUST - Hendry advises that AS 3745-2010 ‘Planning for emergencies in facilities’ has consolidated the frequency of occupant training including skill retention activities expected to be provided to the occupants of a facility including those occupants responsible for implementing and managing a facility’s emergency response procedures. Facility occupants should generally receive occupant training at the commencement of their duties to enable them to act in accordance with the documented emergency response procedures under AS 3745-2010. Facility occupants are then required to participate in further skills retention (occupant training) activities at intervals not greater than 12 months. These skills retention activities may be delivered by various means

Occupant Training: AS 3745-2010: Emergency Plan

SA - Emergency Plan provides clients with a comprehensive emergency procedures training service by developing and implementing training programs including Occupant Training appropriate to client requirements in conjunction with the Occupational Health, Safety and Welfare Act 1986, Occupational Health, Safety and Welfare Regulation 2010, AS 3745 - 2010 'Planning for emergencies in facilities', Australian National Competency Standard CS-FP-001 - 1995 Fire Emergency Response and AS 4083 - 2010 'Planning for emergencies - Health care facilities'... (more)

Frequency of Occupant Training: AS 3745-2010: Emergency Plan

AUST - Emergency Plan advises that AS 3745-2010 'Planning for emergencies in facilities' has consolidated the frequency of occupant training including skill retention activities expected to be provided to the occupants of a facility including those occupants responsible for implementing and managing a facility’s emergency response procedures. Facility occupants should generally receive occupant training at the commencement of their duties to enable them to act in accordance with the documented emergency response procedures under AS 3745-2010. Facility occupants are then required to participate in further skills retention (occupant training) activities at intervals not greater than 12 months. These skills retention activities may

Occupant Training: AS 3745-2010: Emergency Plan

TAS - Emergency Plan provides clients with a comprehensive emergency procedures training service by developing and implementing training programs including Occupant Training appropriate to client requirements in conjunction with the Workplace Health and Safety Act 1995, Workplace Health and Safety Regulations 1998, AS 3745 – 2010 ‘Planning for emergencies in facilities’, Australian National Competency Standard CS-FP-001 – 1995 Fire Emergency Response and AS 4083 – 2010 Planning for emergencies – Health care facilities… (more)

Occupant Training: AS 3745-2010: Emergency Plan

VIC - Emergency Plan provides clients with a comprehensive emergency procedures training service by developing and implementing training programs including Occupant Training appropriate to client requirements in conjunction with Occupational Health and Safety Act 2004, Occupational Health and Safety Regulations 2007, AS 3745 - 2010 'Planning for emergencies in facilities', Australian National Competency Standard CS-FP-001 - 1995 Fire Emergency Response and AS 4083 - 2010 Planning for emergencies - Health care facilities... (more)

Emergency Plan: General Evacuation Instructions: Occupant Training: BFSR

QLD - Emergency Plan advises that one of the specific requirements of the Building Fire Safety Regulation 2008 (BFSR), which details mandatory requirements to deal with a fire or hazardous materials emergency, is the provision of General Evacuation Instructions (occupant training) for the building, by the occupier of the building, to each person working in the building at intervals not more than 1 year... (more)