Our Fire Warden Training is tailored specifically to you and your site, focusing largely on the implementation of your internal Warden Team, whilst also ensuring your knowledge of an Emergency Control Organisation is sound. By having a trained ECO, your responses to any form of emergency situation are guaranteed to be well communicated, well coordinated, and most certainly reduce the chance of injury or death.
This course is fully compliant with AS 3745, and is delivered on site. We recommended up to 30 participants per session in order to ensure the best possible learning outcomes, and limit our training to 1.5 hours to minimise disruptions to your working day.
Elements (These define the essential outcomes)
Performance Criteria (This specifies the level of performance needed to demonstrate achievement of the element)
1.1 Emergency reports, signals and warnings are identified and appropriate action is taken.
1.2 Emergency situations and possible further development are assessed and relevant action is taken according to workplace emergency procedures.
1.3 Arrangements are made for people who may require assistance.
1.4 Emergency stations are attended and operated according to workplace emergency procedures.
1.5 Suitable identification is worn according to workplace emergency procedures and relevant standards.
2.1 Initial emergency response is initiated and carried out according to the workplace emergency procedures or authorised instruction.
2.2 Evacuated areas are checked according to workplace emergency procedures.
2.3 Results of the evacuation of an area are reported to the relevant person according to the workplace emergency procedures.
2.4 People are accounted for appropriately after the evacuation and the results are reported to the relevant person according to the workplace emergency procedures.
2.5 Persons not accounted for are reported in accordance with workplace emergency procedures.
3.1 Emergency responses are based on the emergency management plan, taking into account the current situation and possible further development.
3.2 Possible further development of emergency situations is continually assessed, reported to the relevant person and acted on according to workplace emergency procedures.
4.1 Emergency evacuation or alternative action is completed before any post initial response activities are undertaken.
4.2 Post initial response activities are conducted under the control of the relevant person and are consistent with the workplace emergency plan.
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