A capable team diffuse emergencies quickly
give your Wardens the skills they need to make the right decisions and get your business back on track, fast
Wardens are responsible for aiding the Chief Warden in emergency situations. They’re responsible for certain departments/floors within the building, or specific aspects of the emergency response procedures.
Wardens require more thorough training than the average staff member and should participate in skills refresher training at 6 monthly intervals.
Australian standards and WHS legislation
Emergency Control Organisation structure
Alerting and reporting emergencies
Communications during emergencies
Types of emergencies
Responsibilities and duties
Emergency Plan / Emergency Response Procedures
Occupant behaviour during emergencies
Providing assistance according to the PEEP
YOUR COMPLIANCE REPORT WILL SHOW YOU ANY AREAS THAT NEED IMPROVEMENT TO KEEP YOUR BUSINESS SAFE, WHILST OUTLINING EXACTLY WHAT NEEDS DOING FOR YOU TO STAY COMPLIANT.
Essential Services Failure
Active Armed Threat
DESIGNED IN ACCORDANCE WITH AUSTRALIAN STANDARD 3745-2010 ‘PLANNING FOR EMERGENCIES IN FACILITIES’
60 – 90 minutes
Typically limited to 15 per session