Emergency Response Plans

Worksafe Australia requires that persons conducting a business or undertaking (PCBU) must ensure that an emergency plan is prepared for the workplace.
An emergency plan is a written set of instructions that outlines what workers should do in an emergency, including the following:

  • Notifying emergency service organisations
  • Medical treatment and assistance
  • Effective communication between responders and all people at the workplace
  • Testing of the emergency procedures

We write Emergency Response Plans in line with your organisational and site-based policy and procedures and align to AS3745 -2010 Australian Standard for Planning for Emergencies in Facilities Evacuation procedures.

Training

We can also train your workforce in emergency response, making sure each worker knows and understands their role in a stressful emergency situation, and have the knowledge and skills to perform key roles such as plant isolation, firefighting and first aid.

Our training programs include emergency scenario drills onsite to test plans and capability and are mapped to nationally accredited Units of Competency.

See our Emergency Response Training page for more information.  Click below to contact a client service team member:

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Safe Systems of Work

A safe system of work includes the procedures and processes to first eliminate, then minimise the hazards and risks in your workplace operations. Our Systems meet the needs of Australia's energy industry, are easy to use for construction and operating environments.

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Tailored Emergency Response training

Our training includes presentations, videos, hands-on circuit classes, written assessment and simulated emergency events designed to test and hone the core competencies and skills required for effective action under pressure.

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Asset Management Plans & Maintenance Procedures

Creating a framework to optimise cost, manage risk & underwrite asset reliability & performance of high voltage balance of plant