The establishment of a Emergency Management Plan is vital for businesses towards dealing with fire and other emergencies. It is a careful, considered approach to mitigating fire and other threats such as medical, structural, armed hold-up, accidental, chemical and biological emergencies across all Australian business.
While emergencies are everyone's responsibility, under Australian standard 3745-2010, the NSW fire and Safety Regulation and the WHS Act, employers have a duty of care to provide Emergency Management Plans (procedures) to their Emergency Control (ECO) teams in order for them to be prepared for any of these emergencies. This is part of their duty of care for their staff, customers and others in their facility. Emergency fire services do their best to assist in the control of a fire emergency, but someone in your business must know how to handle the movement of people into a place of safety, so that emergency services can deal with the fire, spilage or other emergency.
Why not take charge of your own safety and that of your staff, but developing procedures that will assist fire wardens to be informed and prepared and be able to respond quickly and effectively when an alarm is sounded? This is where we come in. We will work with you to produce a careful and precise Emergency Management Plan, in a professional and cost-effective manner.