Planning for emergencies cannot be considered reliable until it is exercised and has proved to be workable, especially since false confidence may be placed in the integrity of a written plan.
Generally, participants in exercises should have an awareness of their roles and be reasonably comfortable with them, before they are subject to the stresses of an exercise. It tests procedures, not people. If staff are under-prepared, they may blame the plan, when they should blame their lack of preparation and training. An important aim of an exercise should be to make people feel more comfortable in their roles and to build morale.
To be able to plan and conduct proper emergency response and evacuation in emergency situations.
Definition of ERP
Scope of the ERP
Set up ERP Organization Chart
Responsibilities - based on client ERP
Level of Emergency (if required)
Emergency Control Centre (ECC)
Emergency Communication – Simulation
Casualty Handling – Simulation
Incident Plan (if needed)
For those personnel in the workplace safety and health (WSH), Emergency Response Team (ERT) Members, ERT Chairman, Fire Safety Managers, Fire Wardens, Chemical Spill Response Team members, WSH Committee Chairpersons, WSH Committee Members, Environmental, Safety & Health (EHS) Committee Members, newly-appointed WSH representatives, WSH specialists, engineers, QEHS personnel, WSH personnel, WSH supervisors, WSH Coordinators, WSH Officers, technical specialists, administrators, those new to the WSH & Fire Safety landscape etc.
This is a 2-days programme. This course runs from 9:00am – 5:00pm with an hour for lunch and periodic short breaks.
This is an intensive session designed to include as much discussion as possible. Lunch and breaks provide an opportunity for further questioning and discussion with the instructors.
Public Training Schedule: N/A
All of our training modules are claimable under HRD Corp SBL Khas