Evacuation Coordination Instructions (Warden Training)
In a world plagued by natural and man-made disasters, not having the ability to carry out effective evacuations can cost lives. Every enterprise needs to have not just an evacuation plan but also trained personnel on board that can help ensure the security of everyone on your property when things go south.
AN INSIGHTFUL TOOL TO PRESERVE LIFE
In the case of a workplace emergency such as a fire, chemical spill, biohazard contamination, earthquakes, and security threats, safety training becomes the difference between life and death. As an enterprise, you are responsible for the security of everyone you employ and everyone else who is on your property. This course helps your employees learn how to respond to threats in a timely fashion and how to ensure everyone's safety, instead of just their own.
A ROADMAP FOR CONTROLLING MASS PANIC
All the situations mentioned above can cause mass panic. Mass panic almost always results in people not being able to evacuate properly, consequently resulting in loss of life and property. More often than not, it makes the situation worse.
You need to train your staff members to take care of these sticky situations in a logical way, leading everyone on the premises to a secure location with the help of tried-and-tested roadmaps.
A LOGICAL APPROACH TO MANAGING MAYHEM
While carrying out evacuations, there are passageways to manage, the number of people to consider, the severity of the threat to recognise—but if your timing is not right, none of it will matter. This course is designed exclusively for your enterprise's staff members who will be tasked with assisting employee evacuations in times of emergency.
The course will teach employees the art of successful evacuations and the application of safety measures for maximum efficiency. All the course participants will learn:
- The legal aspects of emergency evacuation
- The Emergency Control Organisation and Warden Roles
- Types of Reactions in Emergencies
- Types of Emergencies and how to deal with them
- Coordinating Successful Practice Drills
- Other Duties
This course meets the legal requirements for Building Fire Services Regulation 2008 and AS3745 Planning for Emergencies in Facilities.
Please note that this is a generic module. However, we also modify this course per your enterprise’s needs and customise the protocols to suit your workplace. Our experts make sure they leave no stone unturned to ensure your employees have actionable insights into coordinating emergency evacuations. If you supply the basic resources that we need, the customisation doesn’t cost a dime. If you want customisation, do not buy this course.
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