Warden Training

Course Overview

The course is developed for members appointed to the facilities Emergency Control Organisation or Warden team. It covers the initial hazard identification, pre-planning and preparation for Wardens of their areas of responsibility including the development of particular plans to provide assistance to those occupants that may require it.

It also covers the facilities emergency response systems and their operation, the roles and responsibilities of a Warden in the event of an emergency and related human behaviours that they may experience during an incident.

These units will also form a solid foundation for those who will be undertaking the role of Chief Warden in their facility.

Successfully completing this nationally recognised training will result in a Statement of Attainment being awarded for:

- Warden Training
PUAFER001Identify, prevent and report potential facility emergency situations
PUAFER004Respond to facility emergencies
PUAFER005Operate as part of an Emergency Control Organisation (ECO)
PUAFER008Confine small emergencies in a facility
PUAFER009Participate as a member of a facility emergency response team

Course Content

  • Australian Standard 3745-2010
  • Emergency planning committee
  • Emergency control organisation
  • Fire warden identification & structure
  • Emergencies where evacuation may be required
  • Methods of raising the alarm
  • Safety procedures at fires
  • Practical incident control & chief fire warden scenarios
  • Bomb threat procedures
  • Persons with disabilities

ASSESSMENT REQUIREMENTS

Individuals undertaking this course will be expected to complete both written and practical assessment tasks.

The Training Package for this unit requires a student to be physically able to undertake risk management and use and re-stow initial response equipment.

COURSE DURATION

Full course: 1 Day face-to-face training.

COURSE FEES

Please contact us for a quote.

Upcoming Programs

Please contact us to enquire on dates of upcoming courses.

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