Emergency Planning Committee Meeting

An Emergency Planning Committee Meeting needs to be held on an annual basis and should be conducted PRIOR to creating your Emergency Response Management Plan.

There are over 40 issues that need to be discussed and documented by the Emergency Planning Committee Meeting.  The decisions of the Emergency Planning Committee Meeting will have an impact on the Emergency Response Management Plan and also your staff training.

The initial Emergency Planning Committee Meeting will be the longest and subsequent years is reviewing any changes

Emergency Planning Committee Meeting can be done FOR you

A qualified Fire Safety Adviser chairs the meeting and discusses and explains issues for which you need to make a decision.  The Fire Safety Advisor will also write up the minutes of the meeting. (Min 4 hours required, Hourly rate applies)

Emergency Planning Committee Meeting can be done WITH you

A qualified Fire Safety Adviser chairs the meeting and discusses and explains issues for which you need to make a decision via a Zoom Meeting.  You write up the minutes of the meeting. (Min 4 hours required, Hourly rate applies)

Emergency Planning Committee Meeting can be done BY you

On-line training course that discusses over 40 points for consideration and explains what the issues are.  You chair and conduct your own meeting using the course to step-by-step guide the meeting.

This course has also been converted to an E-Training Guide