Training Courses

Protect your People and Property

Training Courses

Protect your People and Property

Chief Fire Warden Emergency Response Training

Course Code ID: CW8

This course is appropriate for commercial and manufacturing organizations, employees designated to perform the role of the Chief Warden, Deputy Chief Warden, or Communication Officer in the workplace. Being prepared and trained in an emergency evacuation incident prior to the arrival of the Emergency Services is critical.

Overview

  • Identify an Emergency Management Plan
  • Emergency Control Organisation structure
  • Safely “lead” and coordinate an evacuation incident
  • Identify installed fire protection equipment
  • Identify an Emergency Planning Committee
  • Recognize internal communications
  • Post-incident recovery plan procedure
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Chief Fire Warden Emergency Response Training

Course Code ID: CW8

This course is appropriate for commercial and manufacturing organizations, employees designated to perform the role of the Chief Warden, Deputy Chief Warden, or Communication Officer in the workplace. Being prepared and trained in an emergency evacuation incident prior to the arrival of the Emergency Services is critical.

Overview

  • Identify an Emergency Management Plan
  • Emergency Control Organisation structure
  • Safely “lead” and coordinate an evacuation incident
  • Identify installed fire protection equipment
  • Identify an Emergency Planning Committee
  • Recognize internal communications
  • Post-incident recovery plan procedure
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Fire Warden Emergency Response Training

Course Code ID: AW3

Fire Warden training is appropriate for employees at commercial and manufacturing organizations designated to perform the role of Area or Fire Warden. They prepare and guide persons to a Safe Shelter, report to the Chief Warden, and understand an Emergency Response Management Plan in the workplace. 

Overview

  • Identify an Emergency Management Plan
  • Emergency Control Organisation structure
  • Wardens’ role in prevention of emergencies
  • Identify types of emergencies that may occur
  • Identify emergency control equipment
  • Participate in a practical evacuation exercise
  • Post evacuation exercise debrief
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Residential Aged Care Emergency Coordinators Response

Course Code ID: RAC C3

This course is appropriate for employees who are required to perform the role of Emergency Response Coordinators consisting of Chief Warden and Floor Wardens in a Residential Aged Care Facility.

In the event of an emergency incident, it is paramount that Emergency Coordinators are trained to safely “lead”, coordinate an evacuation incident confidently, responsibly to assume control and direct other staff members to assist effectively and safely.

Overview

  • Identify an Emergency Management Plan
  • Emergency Coordinators Structure
  • Identify Internal Emergency Procedures
  • Safely “lead” and coordinate an evacuation response
  • Identify internal communication equipment
  • Identify Fire Protection related equipment
  • Post incident recovery plan procedure
  • Identify an Emergency Planning Committee
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Residential Aged Care Emergency Coordinators Response

Course Code ID: RAC C3

This course is appropriate for employees who are required to perform the role of Emergency Response Coordinators consisting of Chief Warden and Floor Wardens in a Residential Aged Care Facility.

In the event of an emergency incident, it is paramount that Emergency Coordinators are trained to safely “lead”, coordinate an evacuation incident confidently, responsibly to assume control and direct other staff members to assist effectively and safely.

Overview

  • Identify an Emergency Management Plan
  • Emergency Coordinators Structure
  • Identify Internal Emergency Procedures
  • Safely “lead” and coordinate an evacuation response
  • Identify internal communication equipment
  • Identify Fire Protection related equipment
  • Post incident recovery plan procedure
  • Identify an Emergency Planning Committee
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Health Care Emergency Coordinators Response Training

Course Code ID: HC C2

This course is appropriate for employees who are required to perform the roles of Emergency Response Coordinators consisting of Chief Warden, Floor Wardens, Security, Engineering Personnel and Staff Members in Health Care Facilities
In the event of an emergency incident, it is paramount that Emergency Coordinators are trained to safely “lead” and coordinate an emergency evacuation incident confidently and administer the Emergency Colour Code Response Procedures.

Overview

  • Identify an Emergency Management Plan
  • Emergency Coordinators Structure
  • Identify Emergency Colour Code procedures
  • Safely “lead” and coordinate an evacuation response
  • Identify internal communication equipment
  • Identify Fire Protection related equipment
  • Post-incident recovery plan procedure
  • Identify an Emergency Planning Committee
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First Fire Attack Fire Extinguishers and Blanket Training

Course Code ID: FFA C2

This training course is designed to train staff in your Safety Operation Procedures (SOP).

First Fire Attack Training is designed to raise awareness of fire hazards in the workplace and includes how to act safely in the event of an emergency fire incident, methods of identification and operation of fire extinguishers and fire blanket under a controlled training environment.

Overview

  • Standard Fire Orders
  • First fire attack principals
  • Usage of portable fire extinguishers and blanket
  • Classification and type of fire extinguisher
  • Identify fire risks and fire protection equipment
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External Practical Training

Internal Practical Training

External Practical Training

Internal Practical Training

First Fire Attack Fire Extinguishers and Blanket Training

Course Code ID: FFA C2

This training course is designed to train staff in your Safety Operation Procedures (SOP).

First Fire Attack Training is designed to raise awareness of fire hazards in the workplace and includes how to act safely in the event of an emergency fire incident, methods of identification and operation of fire extinguishers and fire blanket under a controlled training environment.

Overview

  • Standard Fire Orders
  • First fire attack principals
  • Usage of portable fire extinguishers and blanket
  • Classification and type of fire extinguisher
  • Identify fire risks and fire protection equipment
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Hazardous Materials Spill Kit Response Training

Course Code ID: SKR C8

This training course is designed to train staff in your Safety Operation Procedures (SOP).

The spill kit and spill response training courses develop participants’ skills and understanding of both the theory and practice of spill prevention, containment and clean-up.

Training is delivered by experienced instructors with hands on real-life emergency response experience with an emphasis on environmental impact prevention through proper spill containment, correct cleanup and disposal practices.

Overview

  • Material Safety Data Sheets
  • Spill Kit Content
  • Spill Kit Incident Response
  • Personal Protective Clothing
  • Atmosphere containment protection
  • Decontamination & Chemical Disposure Procedure
  • Emergency Spill Response Exercises
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Hot Work Firewatch Awareness Training

Course Code ID: FW C9

Firewatch is a person assigned and trained to observe ongoing hot work to identify and react to hazards. It is necessary at any time where hot work is performed in locations where a fire greater than a minor one may develop. Having fire extinguishing equipment readily available during and post-Hot Work activities will ensure SOP’s are adhered to.

Overview

  • Firewatch roles and responsibilities
  • Identify permit to work – Hotwork Permits
  • Fire monitor procedures
  • Identify fire risk and or hazards
  • Operational use of portable fire extinguishers and fire blankets
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Hot Work Firewatch Awareness Training

Course Code ID: FW C9

Firewatch is a person assigned and trained to observe ongoing hot work to identify and react to hazards. It is necessary at any time where hot work is performed in locations where a fire greater than a minor one may develop. Having fire extinguishing equipment readily available during and post-Hot Work activities will ensure SOP’s are adhered to.

Overview

  • Firewatch roles and responsibilities
  • Identify permit to work – Hotwork Permits
  • Fire monitor procedures
  • Identify fire risk and or hazards
  • Operational use of portable fire extinguishers and fire blankets
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