Fire Warden Training

Fire Warden Training

Both our non accredited and nationally accredited Fire Warden Training courses have been specifically developed for Emergency Response Teams, with a strong focus on life safety and the evacuation of people in emergency situations and we can offer both none accredited and nationally accredited courses.

Our training service is delivered in compliance with both Australian Standard AS 3745:2010 and your organisation’s emergency procedures.

The training covers the following topics:

  • Legislative Requirements and Australian Standard AS 3745:2010
  • Emergency Control Organisation Structure
  • Warden Duties and Responsibilities
  • Emergency Types and their Impact
  • Raising the Alarm
  • Fire Alarm systems (if installed)
  • Managing Mobility Impaired Occupants i.e. healthcare and aged care facilities

Fire Warden Training is a non accredited course and is designed to be delivered at your premises; with a maximum of fifteen (15) trainees per group.

The course is theory and practical based and 1.5 hours in duration.

This training can also be combined with Fire Extinguisher Training if required.

We also offer a nationally accredited Fire Warden course entitled: PUAWER005B – Operate as part of an emergency control organisation (Warden Training)

Course Overview:

Our nationally accredited Fire Warden Training program will equip your personnel with the skills required to safely evacuate your workplace. Regular evacuation training will ensure that your personnel are ready to deal with any workplace emergency.

Emergencies covered include Fires, Bomb threats, Chemical Incidents and many more. Our Fire and Safety Consultant can also be booked to act as observers / instructors during your Building Evacuation drills. We will prepare a written report after your drill has finished highlighting suggested areas of improvement. We can also assist you with emergency procedures and evacuation plans for your workplace.

Course Subjects:

  • Legislative Requirements and Australian Standard AS 3745:2010
  • Emergency Control Organisation Structure
  • Warden Duties and Responsibilities
  • Fire Warden Identification
  • Emergency Types and their Impact
  • Fire Alarm Systems (if installed)
  • Raising the Alarm.
  • Managing Mobility Impaired Occupants i.e. healthcare and aged care facilities.
  • Investigating the Fire /Alarm / Accident.
  • Emergencies that may require Evacuation.
  • Firefighting Safety Procedures.
  • Bomb Threat Procedures
  • Building Fire Safety
  • Developing Evacuation Plans & Procedures
  • Emergency Services Co-ordination
  • Human Behaviour in Emergencies
  • Post-Evacuation Activities

Times:

The course is theory and practical based and 4 hours in duration.

Location:

PUAWER005B – Operate as part of an emergency control organisation (Warden Training) is designed to be delivered at your premises; with a maximum of fifteen (15) trainees per group.

This training can also be combined with CPPFES2005A – Demonstrate First Attack Fire Fighting Equipment Training if required, please contact us for details.

If you are undertaking nationally recognised training you will need to have a USI from 1st January 2015.

It is free and easy for you to create your own USI online.

Under legislation training organisations can only issue certification when they have received your USI.

Click the link to obtain your USI online

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