Operate as part of an Emergency Control Organisation – PUAWER005B

Nationally Recognised Training


Designed for:

Personnel designated as emergency wardens in any workplace.



►  Roles and Responsibilities

Emergency Planning Committee (EPC)

Emergency Control Organisation (ECO)

►  Types of Emergencies

►  Basic Fire Behaviour

►  Evaluating and responding to emergencies

►  Wardens – roles, responsibilities, identification

►  Alarms and warning systems

►  Human behaviour in emergencies

►  Emergency warning and intercommunication system

►  Use of emergency control equipment and facilities

►  Command and control evacuation procedures

►  Assembly point control, personnel accountability

►  Co-ordination of emergency services

►  Post initial response- recovery, re-location, restoration& de-brief

►  Evacuation plan – building requirements

►  Evacuation exercise (if required)

►  Assessment



Practical, theoretical and application based assessment in consideration of the following competencies:

▪     PUAWER005B/01 : Respond to emergency reports, signals and warnings

▪     PUAWER005B/02 : Initiate and control initial emergency response

▪     PUAWER005B/03 : Anticipate the further development of emergencies

▪     PUAWER005B/04 : Assist with post initial response


Duration: Approx 4.0 hours.


Site Requirements:

To conduct theory presentation we require a boardroom/training room with facility to darken room for computer projection.

This course is principally designed for delivery at the clients’ premises for maximum group size of 15 people.  Alternative premises can be arranged.


Upon successful completion of the course, each participant will receive a Nationally Recognised Statement of Attainment.

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