At the end of this session, participants should be able to:
- Define the term bomb and identify what a bomb looks like
- Identify the reasons for bombs or bomb threats
- Discuss the statistics relating to bomb incidents within Australia
- Explain specific and non-specific bomb threats
- Discuss the procedure for receiving bomb threats
- Describe the purpose of the Bomb Threat Report form
- Explain the procedures for finding an unidentified item
- Discuss procedures for dealing with hazardous materials
- Explain the response options for bomb threats
- Identify the reasons, participants and methods of searching
- Discuss evacuation considerations and factors affecting the Assembly Area
Lectures and guided discussion supported by light show presentation, including movies. A search exercise may also be included if time permits.
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).
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.