PUAWER005B – OPERATE AS PART OF AN EMERGENCY CONTROL ORGANISATION (FIRE WARDEN)

PUAWER005B – OPERATE AS PART OF AN EMERGENCY CONTROL ORGANISATION (FIRE WARDEN)

Course Summary

This nationally approved and accredited course will equip your personnel with the skills and knowledge required to act as a Fire Warden during an emergency. By selecting an appropriate number of wardens and conducting regular warden training, your organisation will ensure that your personnel are ready to deal with any workplace emergency.

This course is as per the Australian Standards in accordance with the requirements of AS 1851-2005 Section 19 Emergency Evacuation Procedures and AS3745-2010 and integrate this with the Emergency Plans and Procedures of the business.

During the warden training course we will cover the duties of wardens during emergencies such as: Fires, Bomb threats, Chemical Incidents, Armed Holdups and many more. Warden training is only conducted by experienced emergency services personnel. Our warden trainers have responded to real emergencies as emergency services officers and can walk you through the requirements of acting as a fire warden.

Fire Warden Training is conducted on site.

Course Content

This course is designed to be tailored to meet the needs of the client and company’s operation.
The course is composed of five sections:

  • Introduction to the Legislation and Australian Standards
  • Evacuation Procedures
  • Introduction to Portable Fire Extinguishers
  • Evacuation Exercise
Topics Include:
  • Reasons for evacuation
  • Basic fire prevention
  • Bomb threat procedures
  • Evacuation procedures (with practical work)
  • Raising the fire alarm
  • A debriefing session
Assessment Methods:
  • Multiple choice & written questions
  • Practical demonstrations/skills observations
Inclusions
  • A4 Certificate
  • Wallet Card (upon request)
  • All training resources
Delivery

4 hours

Qualification

Upon successful completion a Certificate and Wallet Card (upon request) will be issued for PUAWER005B – Operate as Part of an Emergency Control Organisation

Recertification

Participants are required to re-certify every 2 years from their completion date to maintain currency.

*Please note that enclosed shoes are essential. The practical session can be viewed as physically challenging, therefore participants should be reasonably fit and able to lift and carry fire extinguishers and other safety equipment or chemical spill kits as required.

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