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:
|PUAFER001||Identify, prevent and report potential facility emergency situations|
|PUAFER004||Respond to facility emergencies|
|PUAFER005||Operate as part of an Emergency Control Organisation (ECO)|
|PUAFER008||Confine small emergencies in a facility|
|PUAFER009||Participate as a member of a facility emergency response team|
- 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
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.
Full course: 1 Day face-to-face training.
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