This course is a unit nationally approved and accredited (PUAWER005B Operate as part of an emergency control organisation) and has been specifically designed to provide personnel with the knowledge and skills to perform their roles as Wardens as per the Australian Standards in accordance with the requirements of AS 1851 -2005 Section 19 Emergency Evacuation Procedures and AS3745 – 2010 and integrate this with the Emergency Plans and Procedures of the business.
Fire Warden Training is typically conducted on the client’s site. This training and the accompanying exercise will meet the requirements for Maintaining Procedures as specified in both Standards.
Designed to provide participants with the skills, knowledge and experience to perform the duties of a warden and floor/area warden, it provides knowledge in using human behavior characteristics during the stressful time associated with emergency systems operations and communications needs to safely and effectively deal with workplace emergencies.
The course is composed of five sections:
Introduction to the Legislation and Australian Standards
Introduction to Portable Fire Extinguishers
Expected course duration is approximately 7 hours depending on the client’s specifics consisting of a one day face to face workshop and pre-coursework, involving the review of your own emergency management plans identifying areas for improvement, etc. and an online component.
This course is designed with flexibility, so it can be adapted to cater for special needs of the client.
- Reasons for evacuation
- Basic fire prevention
- Bomb threat procedures
- Evacuation procedures (with practical work)
- Raising the fire alarm
- A debriefing session
- PDF copy A4 Certificate
- All training resources
- Multiple choice questions
- Practical demonstrations/skills observations
- Upon successful completion a PDF Statement of Attainment will be issued for PUAWER005B – Operate as part of an emergency control organisation
It is recommended that Emergency Fire training be refreshed annually.