Bomb Threat Awareness and Response

Couse Overview

For groups of up to 20 people. To provide overall awareness of the correct methods of dealing with a bomb threat or the discovery of an unidentified item to members of the Emergency Control Organisation.

Session Objectives

At the end of this session, participants should be able to:

  1. Define the term bomb and identify what a bomb looks like
  2. Identify the reasons for bombs or bomb threats
  3. Discuss the statistics relating to bomb incidents within Australia
  4. Explain specific and non-specific bomb threats
  5. Discuss the procedure for receiving bomb threats
  6. Describe the purpose of the Bomb Threat Report form
  7. Explain the procedures for finding an unidentified item
  8. Discuss procedures for dealing with hazardous materials
  9. Explain the response options for bomb threats
  10. Identify the reasons, participants and methods of searching
  11. Discuss evacuation considerations and factors affecting the Assembly Area

Learning Strategies

Lectures and guided discussion supported by light show presentation, including movies. A search exercise may also be included if time permits.

Training Resources

A suitable room for up to twenty people to include: access to mains power, table and chairs, a projector, a blank wall for projecting onto (If not available Adair will provide a screen and projector at a cost), Laptop (Adair will provide).

Trainee Requirements

Although handouts are provided for this training session Trainees are encouraged to bring a notepad and pen for any notes they may like add. If Wardens have their Emergency Procedure Manuals they may also wish to bring this along for further information.

Upcoming Short Courses

Please contact us to enquire on dates of upcoming courses.

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