Workplace Emergency Safety (WES) Group can visit your site to determine if your current risk profile includes all identified hazards, what risk this exposes people and the organisation to, what control measures are in place, and if they are sufficient or require further review.
Internal policy and procedures can then be evaluated to determine if required safety and compliance outcomes are being met.
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Are you prepared for a fire, bomb threat, hazardous materials, medical, personal threat or other workplace emergency?
Have you established an Emergency Planning Committee (EPC) and an Emergency Control Organisation ECO)?
Do you have emergency procedures and evacuation diagrams in place?
Are your people, such as wardens, trained to deal with your site specific type of emergencies?
Do you validate your safety and emergency procedures through training and exercises?
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An emergency is a serious, unexpected, often dangerous situation that requires immediate action.
An emergency procedure is a plan of actions to be conducted in a certain order or manner, in response to an emergency event.
Evacuation diagrams provide vital information in an emergency - current location, nearest and alternative exits, and directions to the assembly area.
Procedures and evacuations need to be exercised annually to ensure safety and compliance.
Does your organisation have these measures in place?
WES Group has both accredited and non-accredited training courses available to clients.
These can be delivered face to face or on-line.
Accredited courses are made available to WES Group through our RTO alliance with Allens Training (RTO #90909).
A full list of courses is provided on the following page.