The Emergency Evac Procedures Response and Training System offers you an outstanding total cost solution.
Emergency Evac Procedures provides...
... hands on training by qualified trainers. All Emergency Evac Procedures' training staff are professional trainers, and all have first hand experience in fire-fighting or emergency services. We provide practical demonstrations, emergency drills and classroom training for all wardens. Where possible, our trainers will attend debriefing sessions following incidents, including false alarms, to review your evacuation and emergency response safety performance and identify system or procedure improvements.
...specialised service to meet your specific needs. Emergency Evac Procedures can develop customised corporate material or training modules to suit the particular requirements of your industry or premises. We currently provide tailored services to a diverse client base including property owners, property managers, construction companies, shopping centres, hospitals, hotels, schools, retail, commercial and industrial properties.
Warden Training - This training module covers the roles & responsibilities of the Wardens including:
- Dealing with persons with impairments
- Dealing with persons refusing to leave the premises
- Identification of the procedures for the building
- The evacuation procedure
Duration approx 1 hour.
The trial evacuation is held immediately following the warden training. A briefing is held explaining the roles of the Emergency Control Organisation and, if any systems that are to be used, this is explained to the Emergency Control Organisation. A debriefing is conducted at the conclusion of the trial.
The actual role of Emergency Evac Procedures is that of an observer. It is critical that the trial evacuation simulates a real emergency, which in turn requires the Emergency Control Organisation to comprehensively "manage" the activity.
A detailed written report with recommendations and suggestions from the trial will be completed and sent to the Emergency Planning Committee.
First Aid Fire Fighting Training and bomb Threat Overview
First Aid Fire Fighting - This training involves the practical & theoretical use of a fire extinguisher, the identification of types of extinguishers & classes of fires and fire behaviour.
Duration approx 1/2 hour.
Bomb Threat Procedures - This training involves receiving the bomb threat, filling out the Bomb Threat Check List Card, reporting the threat, basic bomb search procedures, basic principles of what to search & where to search, time parameters. Options of the Emergency Control Organisation in reacting to the threat.
Duration approx 1/2 hour.