Our Emergency Planning Committee training covers the duties and responsibilities of the Emergency Planning Committee (EPC) for facilities as specified in Australian Standard AS 3745 – 2010 Planning for Emergencies in Facilities and Australian Standard AS 4083 – 2010 Planning for Emergencies – Health Care Facilities. AS 3745 – 2010 requires the EPC to have a minimum of two (2) people, with at least one person being someone who has acquired the skills to carry out the task – usually through training, experience or a combination of both. This training covers the following topics:
- Legislative Requirements and Australian Standard AS 3745 – 2010;
- What is an Emergency Planning Committee, their roles and responsibilities;
- What is an Emergency Control Organisation (ECO), roles and responsibilities;
- Emergency Warning and Communication Systems;
- Emergency Plans and Procedures;
- Training, exercises and workplace familiarisation; and
- Managing an Emergency.
This course is theory based and can be delivered on site or at our training facility for up to fifteen (15) participants.
Protector Fire Services can also provide assistance in the preparation of Emergency Response Plan Manuals, Emergency Evacuation Diagrams, Emergency Evacuation Exercises and training of your Emergency Control Organisation.
If you wish to know more about our Emergency Planning Committee training, please fill in the contact form and one of our team will reply within the next 48 hours, or call our office to talk to one of our friendly staff today!