Workshop Emergency Plan
Within the emergency response organisation, the Lead Emergency Response Officer is responsible for the drafting of a company emergency plan. Successfully establishing such a company emergency plan requires a Risk Inventory and Evaluation (RI&E) to be present within the organisation.
What is contained in a company emergency plan?
Calamities require rapid and effective response. Time is often costly. The company emergency plan contains procedures for alerting and evacuation and describes – among other things – which actions ERO’s, reception staff and other employees should take in case of an emergency. The company emergency plan also describes the presence (and location) of technical equipment such as a fire alarm system, a climate system, emergency lighting, communication means and fire-fighting and first aid equipment.
An annual one-day refresher course is mandatory in order to keep your knowledge and skills up to date and your certificate valid.
- Normative factors
- RI & E
- Duties and responsibilities of the Lead ERO
- Alerting and Communication
- Technical equipment
- Register of hazardous materials
- Instructions on fire hazards, life-saving action and evacuation after a bomb or fire alert
- Practical assignment (to be carried out in the own organisation)
The workshop consists of two 4-hour sessions.