CHIEF WARDEN TRAINING
Every boss needs to keep their staff safe.
There needs to be someone in charge when an emergency occurs. This responsibility falls on the Chief Warden. They ensure the emergency response procedures go ahead, and act as the main point of contact during an emergency.
This course is for:
Chief Wardens and Deputy Chief Wardens,
who require a much greater depth of knowledge than the average building occupant.
- Responsibilities and duties.
- Co-ordinating evacuations.
- Occupant behaviour during emergencies.
- Decision making.
- When to evacuate.
- Command and control.
- Alerting and reporting emergencies.
- Australian standards and legislation.
- The Emergency Plan.
- Emergency procedures.
- Types of emergencies.
- The Emergency Control Organisation.
- The Emergency Planning Committee.
- Emergency systems.
- False alarm mitigation.
- Record keeping.
- Providing assistance according with the PEEP.
- Communications during emergencies.
- Liaison with emergency services.
- Recovery planning.
- Preventing emergencies.