Learn to Conduct a Fire Safety Audit
This course walks you through the audit process that includes all reusable templates, supporting documentation, and other audit reports such as auditing your emergency plan and auditing your fire diagrams. We have audits for each state.
How to Conduct an 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
Evacuation Signs & Diagrams
We can produce the cheapest professionally rendered diagrams in Australia, provided you supply us with the correct information from the beginning. To ensure we have the right information we have created a course “Creating Emergency Signs & Diagrams”. It will step you through measuring it up yourself; converting architectural diagrams to a usable sketch. Learn what to include and what not to include.
How to Create an Emergency Management Response Plan
The emergency plan should be based on a practical assessment of hazards associated with the work activity or workplace, and the possible consequences of an emergency occurring as a result of those hazards. External hazards should also be considered in preparing an emergency plan, for example, a chemical storage facility across the road.
In developing the plan, consideration should be given to the application of all relevant laws, including public health laws (for example, workplaces that are also public places) and state or territory disaster plans.
We supply you with our base template and the online training course guides you through the decision-making processes and how to adapt to your business's use.
Evacuation Coordination Training (Warden)
Evacuation Coordination Training (Warden Training) Our experienced trainers will tailor the training to your organisation.
This fire training covers the training of wardens in how to respond to an emergency; manage an emergency and the safe evacuation of all persons from the premises.
General Evacuation Training
Building Fire Services Regulation 2008 (Qld) mandates that ALL staff MUST do General Evacuation Training annually. AS3745 Planning for Emergencies in Facilities states that staff SHOULD have training annually.
In Queensland, if you have over 30 people working on your premises then training must be conducted or organised by a Fire Safety Adviser or an RTO. This online training course once tailored to your organisation is fully compliant.
First Response Evacuation Training
This course must be done within 30 days of someone being employed and every two years thereafter. The course covers what to do when first confronted with a fire; and how to distinguish a fire using various equipment.
General Evacuation Training-Hi Rise Buildings
There is a general myth that general evacuation training is the responsibility of the body corporate in multi-tenancy buildings. However, it is the responsibility of each business owner to ensure that ALL staff on an annual basis do this training.
Evacuation Coordination Training-Hi Rise Buildings
This course assists you to understand some of the issues that great managers will attend to in order that their staff will never needlessly perish in that once-in-a-lifetime emergency event.
You will not only find out about the current procedures in place but also learn the lessons gained from the most successful peacetime evacuation of individuals ever carried out-The World Trade Centre September 11 emergency.
Virtual Fire Mentoring
If you have been appointed as Chief Fire Warden or newly appointed Fire Safety Advisor we can mentor you through any steps.