Under Australian laws, employers and other responsible persons at workplaces are required to have emergency evacuation procedures in place. What would you do if a fire started at your workplace, a co-worker needed urgent medical attention, or a bomb threat was received? Would you know what procedures to follow?
Our online Area Warden Awareness course gives participants an understanding of the the duties of a Warden (including Chief and Area Wardens), evacuations, search procedures, key emergency roles and responsibilities, and what to do when threatened with a bomb are a few of the topics covered in this course, which no employer or organisation should miss.
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- Understand the structures and roles that make up the Emergency Planning Committee (EPC) and the Emergency Control Organisation (ECO)
- Know how to identify, assess and respond to workplace hazards and emergencies
- Develop emergency procedures for your workplace, after considering key determining factors
- Identify and understand the individual roles within the ECO, and their duties
- Acquire knowledge of correct procedures for emergency evacuations, evacuation drills, bomb threat responses and bomb searches
- Understand and anticipate further developments of emergencies
- Understand the importance of post-evacuation debriefing
$99 (incl GST)
Persons taking on Warden roles in an organisation, such as Chief Warden, Area Warden and Communications Officer.
On successful completion, participants will receive a Certificate of Participation.