Emergency Warden Training
Emergency Control Organisations (ECO’s) are defined in the Australian Standards. In this course participants are assisted in understanding their position within the emergency response structure, and the importance of a team response to effectively control emergencies.
Workplace emergencies such as fires, bomb threats, chemical spills and other emergencies are discussed, along with the appropriate considerations and responses.
Site communications and procedures for evacuation of personnel to nominated muster points are discussed and explained.
As part of this course, participants will also complete the Safety Results “Portable Fire Equipment” course, including a practical session on the use of various fire extinguishers and installed hose reels.
|Number of Participants:||10|
|Course Duration:||4 hours|
|Location:||This course is available onsite.|
Nationally recognized training may be awarded against the Chemical Hydrocarbons and manufacturing (PMA)
OR the Public Safety (PUA) training packages.
PMAOHS110B Respond to emergency situations
PMAOHS212B Undertake first response to fire incidents
PUAWER005A Operate as part of an emergency control organization
PUAWER008A Confine small workplace emergencies