Chief Fire Warden Training
The Chief Warden Training is a non accredited course and will provide the attendee with the following outcomes.
- Responding to alarms and initiating emergency warning equipment i.e. FIP / EWIS / WIP
- Coordination of communications during an emergency
- Coordinate of evacuation activities.
- Liaison with emergency services.
Chief Warden Training is designed to be delivered at your premises; with a maximum of ten (10) trainees per group
The course is practical based and 1 hours in duration
We also offer a nationally accredited Chief Warden course entitled: PUAWEROO6B Lead an emergency control organisation (Chief Warden).
Operate as part of an Emergency Control Organisation (Fire Warden Course).
- Responding to Alarms and Initiating Emergency Warning Equipment i.e. FIP / EWIS / WIP.
- Methods of Raising the Alarm.
- Coordination of Communications During an Emergency.
- Coordinate of Evacuation Activities.
- Liaison with Emergency Services.
- Australian Standard 3745–2010
- Emergency Planning Committee.
- Emergency Control Organisation.
- Fire Warden Identification & Structure.
- Bomb threat procedures
- Persons with Disabilities
- Duties & Responsibilities of Chief Fire Wardens
- Command & Control
- Post-Evacuation Management
- Emergency Procedures
- Human Behaviour
The course is theory and practical based and general takes about 2 hours in duration.
PUAWEROO6B – Lead an emergency control organisation (Chief Warden) is designed to be delivered at your premises; with a maximum of ten (10) trainees per group.
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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