We’ve designed this course to form part of your Fire & Emergency Response Procedures training to meet your compliance obligations under AS374-2010 Planning for Emergencies in Facilities.
As the principal line of defence in case of a fire, our online training provides Wardens with:
- awareness of different types of fire and other hazards
- a clear understanding of their role and responsibilities
- how to respond efficiently to a range of emergency situations in and around your workplace/facility
- Emergency Response Procedures training (RACE)
- competence and confidence when taking the appropriate action required in case of a fire or emergency
- evacuation procedures, and
- how to take control of a situation until emergency services arrive
The Chief Floor Warden, as the name suggests, oversees all of the Wardens within a facility. They have the same responsibilities as a Floor Warden as well as extra duties that they share with the Deputy Warden, including:
- Proceeding to the Master Emergency Control Point
- Notifying the appropriate branch of the Emergency Services, or ensure that they have already been notified
- Initiating communication with the Wardens and instruct them on the course of action they must take
- Instructing the Wardens, in the event of needing to evacuate, to do so immediately, ensuring their area is cleared of all persons
- Ensuring that all emergency procedures are being followed
- Liaising with Emergency Services and remaining in control of the facility until relinquishing control to the Emergency Services Officer.
At completion of our training programs, a Certificate of Participation will be issued confirming the subject matter of the training.
All members of an emergency response team should undergo two training sessions per year at intervals of no greater than six months. This not only meets the compliance obligations of a facility under AS3745, but it will also serve as a much-needed refresher for all wardens being trained.
Our market leading and innovative Warden, Chief Warden, Fire Awareness and Induction into Workplace Policies and Procedures programs help the business community meet their moral and legal obligations under the Work Health and Safety Regulations (2017) and the requirements of Australian Standard AS3745: Planning for Emergencies in Facilities.
To fulfil our vision to be the number one brand in the delivery of training solutions in Fire Warden and Chief Warden, Fire Awareness and the Induction process to Policies and Procedures for organisations.
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