Emergency Planing Coordination LEVEL II Course
Information about the course:
In todays world business continunity means much more than having a compliant document sitting on a shelf. All too often mid to senior level managers are taught what emergency management is but that’s where it stops. Our trainers, consultants and coordinators have decades of experience in shaping policy and implementing best practice. Let our team show you those skills needed to ensure a robust emergency system and governance structure.
This unit covers a range of skills needed to be recognised as an Emergency Planing Consultant by law. It focuses on the skills needed to plan, prepare, run, assess and mentor small to large teams operating in a rage of environments.
It involves managing problems and resolving issues in relation to the organisation’s workplace emergency prevention process and emergency control structures.
This unit has been developed to cover the broad range of emergencies and workplaces as considered in Australian Standard 3745—2010 and others.
All aspects of the unit must be undertaken in line with legislative requirements, workplace policies and procedures, and accepted safe practices.
This unit applies to Managers in the workplace within all industries and in all contexts, who are delegated responsibility for implementing emergency prevention measures. Existing workers in any industry may benefit from this training as it is not industry specific but may be tailored as such.
There are no formal no prerequisites for this unit however, students are required to have an understanding of Work Health and Safety Law and Regulatory requirements under a ‘Duty of Care’.
Awards and competencies issued:
Students who successfully complete this nationally recognised training will be awarded the statement of attainment for:
– PUAWER001B Identify, prevent and report potential workplace emergency situations
– PUAWER002B Ensure workplace prevention procedures, systems and processes are implemented
– PUAWER004B Respond to workplace emergencies
– PUAWER005B Operate as part of an emergency control organisation
– PUAWER006B Lead an emergency control organisation
– PUAWER008B Confine small workplace emergencies
– Design a functional EMP into the workplace
– Organise emergency response resources
– Establish and assess workplace emergency training systems
– Interpret routine emergency leglistive changes and best practice needs of the organisation
– Assign systematic workplace improvements for the continual development of the safety and emergency needs of the business
– Have a functional knowledge of AS/NZ3745-2010
– Have a functional knowledge of AS/NZ4083-2010 – If required (Healthcare)
– Have a functional knowledge of AS/NZ1851-2012
– Implement a rage of applicable Codes of Practice (CoP’s) to assure safety management systems are upheld
– Conduct individual and team workplace safety audits
– Conduct individual and team workplace safety de-briefs and stakeholder meetings audits
Full course: 4 days face-to-face training
Pre course study options:
There are no pre course study requirements for this course. Please note there is additional assignments and workbooks as part of this qualification.
Related Course Documentation
– AS/NZ4083-2010 – If required (Healthcare)
– Code of Practice Managing the Work Environment and Facilities
– Code of Practice A guide to Major Hazard Facilities
– Code of Practice First Aid in the Workplace
– The Work Health Safety Act 2011
– Applicable state based WHS/OHS law where training is conducted i.e. VIC or W.A.
– Safe Response Emergency Managers workbook (this includes assignments)
What are my rights and responsibilities as a student?
The Australian Skills and Qualification Authority (ASQA) requires that students be aware of their rights and responsibilities once they have selected their training provider. By enrolling into any of our courses you are deemed to have accepted the terms and conditions outlined in our Student Agreement.
All students will be required to show proof of identification at the commencement of the course.
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A copy of the Student Agreement should be read before enrolling in this course.
How will I be assessed for this course?
– Mixed mode (face-to-face and correspondence)
The following assessment tasks are required for this course:
– Theory Questions consisting of multiple choice and short answer questions
– Performance Tasks (group activities, workbooks, audits and presentations)
– Assignments (PASS SCORE OF 70%)
What skills and knowledge will I get from this course?
– An ability to supervise and mentor workplace emergency teams
– Confidence in your legal duties of care under guidelines you can reference and learn
– Authority to act as an emergency planing consultant, advisor or recognised person in a workplace
– An ability to shape business continunity requirements and strategic plans for your organisation
– Analyse operational effectiveness of emergency control equipment
– Apply emergency prevention principles
– Implement emergency prevention solutions
– Implement maintenance auditing and fault reporting procedures
– Report emergency prevention problems and suggestions for correction
– Characteristics, use and limitations of workplace emergency procedures and emergency control equipment
– Maintenance requirements of workplace emergency procedures and emergency control equipment
– Principles of emergency prevention
– Relevant legislation and standards
– Typical applications of emergency prevention