Emergency Response Training examines the different types of emergencies and more importantly how to prepare and react to them should they occur. Employers have a responsibility to prepare Emergency Response Procedures (ERP’s) for all types of emergencies their staff may encounter in their workplace(s).
Emergency Response Training Course Outline:
– Types of Emergencies and emergency categories
– WHS Legal Obligations and typical responsibilities of key personnel
– Preventing Emergencies from occurring in the first place
– Identifying options for Initial Response
– Planning and writing Emergency Response Procedures (ERP’s)
– Establishing Emergency Control Teams
– Rehearsing ERP’s
This training can be customised for your company (additional fees apply).
Who should attend?
All staff (and in particular fire wardens and employees in Emergency Control Teams). Managers and safety personnel from all industries will benefit from this course.
Where is Emergency Response Training delivered?
You can have this course delivered at your location anywhere in Sydney, across NSW, Melbourne, and Brisbane. Contact us for training on dates and times that suit your staff work schedule.
Two courses can be delivered at the same location on the same day – discounts apply.
What our clients say:
“Excellent. Good use of training aids and acting our scenarios and role plays”.
James Saliba, Lend Lease Infrastructure Services
“Succinct and informative course. Well presented, engaging and entertaining”.
Andrew Romeo, Ganellan Constructions
“It was great that the Emergency Response training was Watpac specific”.
Luke, Watpac Construction
“Course structured well, suiting Construction Industry. Very engaging with good group participation”.
Nick M, Renascent
“Interesting and engaging course”.
Tahlia, Daly International
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You may also be interested in Incident Investigation Training, a half day course designed to give front-line managers and supervisors the skills and knowledge to confidently assist safety personnel in undertaking workplace investigations.