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Fire Warden Training

Fire Warden Training

This course will give wardens the knowledge and skills to be able to take action during the sounding of alarms during a fire emergency. Wardens will be able to effectively perform the role and responsibilities required during their duty of care to building occupants, as per Australian standard 3745-2010.

This fire warden training course is suitable for a business that requires selected members of staff to be trained as workplace fire wardens, and will provide participants with the knowledge and skills to effectively manage building emergencies.

Wardens will learn how to respond to a fire alarm or other incident and to raise the alarm, investigate the emergency, take action such as to evacuate building occupants, search the premises, and report their findings to the Chief Warden or Emergency Services.

The competencies covered in this course are site specific, and include:

  • Training delivered under guidelines of AS 3745-2010

  • Reference to WHS Act, 2011, Regulations 2011

  • Reference to AS 3745-2010

  • ECO team responsibilities (chief warden and other wardens)

  • Passive & Active protection systems

  • Recognition of alarm tones and responses

  • Evacuation Procedures

  • Controlling the emergency

  • Assembly areas

  • Internal and external emergencies

  • Lockdown procedures

  • After hours procedures

  • Mobility impaired persons

  • Warden reporting

  • Alarm panel training

  • Bomb threat and substance procedures

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