Prior Preparation and Planning

Fire Prior Preparation and Planning

When it comes to fire safety, brushing up on training is not just an obligation, prior preparation and planning is critical to keep your workplace safe and compliant. But where do you even start? How do you ensure that your team is prepped for every potential fire scenario?

From conducting fire hazard and risk assessments to creating emergency evacuation plans, we have courses that will guide you through the necessary first steps in establishing a robust fire safety training program for your organisation.

FREE Courses on How to Conduct a Fire Safety Audit

Each state in Australia is different in regards to fire compliance. We have a course that comes with the relevant template but importantly it also shows you what to look for.  Within each course you will also have access to other audit reports such as Emergency Management Plan Audit and Evacuation Signs and Diagram Audit.

Hazard and Risk Assessment—Fire Module

In our Hazard and Risk Assessment—Fire Module, we delve into a critical aspect of risk management: fire hazard assessment. Fires are unpredictable and present a severe threat to life, property, and continuity of business operations. Understanding the source of risk and taking proactive measures not only ensures safety but also averts substantial financial and reputational costs that can result from a blaze. This course is designed to equip business owners and fire wardens with the essential knowledge needed to assess and manage fire hazards effectively. 

Create Evacuation Signs and Diagrams that are Legally Compliant

Creating evacuation signs and diagrams that are legally compliant is a crucial aspect of workplace safety. In the event of an emergency, employees and visitors should be able to understand exactly where they need to go and how to get there quickly and easily. This means that all evacuation signage and diagrams must be clear, easy to read, and fully compliant with all relevant regulations and guidelines. 

Create an Emergency Plan that Covers all Workplace Emergencies

In any kind of emergency, it is critical to have a plan in place so that everyone in your organisation knows what to do. An emergency response plan outlines the steps that you will take in the event of an emergency, such as a fire, flood, or earthquake. 

Creating an emergency response plan does not have to be complicated. In fact, we have created a course that will walk you through the process step-by-step. 

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