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    Workplace Emergency Management prepares the occupants of your facility to be able to respond to a workplace fire safely. We do this by giving them the knowledge and understanding of what a fire is, and the know-how to extinguish it safely, by the teaching of theory and the practical use of real emergency equipment at your facility. Workplace Emergency Management offers Fire Training in Sydney, Melbourne and across the country.

    This Workplace Fire Training course is compliant with the requirements of AS3745-2010 and is aligned to the PUAFER units of competency. Please note this course is not a nationally recognised fire training course, and you will not be issued with a qualification.

    If you need to receive fire training resulting in a qualification, please look at our Nationally recognised training courses:

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    Fire Training

    Within these comprehensive training sessions, we cover the main priorities in a workplace fire emergency situation: how to respond, how to alert others, how to assess the type and size of the fire, what action to take and who to report to, as well as technical aspects of fire itself.

    The practical aspects of the training include the correct and safe use and operation of onsite firefighting equipment, such as fire blankets, hose reels and fire extinguishers. This is known as First Attack Fire Fighting Training. This is also a component of our Fire Warden Training and Warden Training.

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    Fire Extinguisher Training

    Workplace Emergency Management offers standalone fire extinguisher training to enable confident and safe operation of fire extinguishers in a workplace fire.

    This includes the selection of the correct extinguisher for the type of fire, what the different types of fire are, correct and safe techniques for the use and operation of the different types of fire extinguishers and practical exercises in the use of extinguishers.

    Preparing those in your facility to correctly use a fire extinguisher is vital for ensuring they are as successful as possible if a fire occurs. However, we ensure that our training makes clear when it is no longer safe to operate a fire extinguisher so that the employee operating it can safely remove themselves from the situation before it worsens.

    The safety of you and your team is our number one priority, which is why we aim to make everyone at your facility competent and confident in using emergency equipment, and in emergency situations in general.

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    Workplace Bushfire Emergency Planning

    Pt 1: Businesses or Facilities in Bush Fire Prone Areas

    Our expert trainers deliver comprehensive training that takes into account all of the unique factors of your facility that would be likely to have an impact during a bush fire, such as:

    • Weather
    • Results of impact
    • Available transportation
    • Identifying a designated assembly point
    • Identifying alternate route
    • Hazardous materials onsite
    • Security
    • Helping you have a safe and rapid response

    In the event of a bush fire, the occupants of your facility need to know what to do. Workplace Emergency Management develops all-encompassing emergency procedures for your facility, and facilitates training in those procedures to enable those in your organisation to safely respond to a bushfire.

    We also guide you in the Emergency Equipment you should have available in your facility, to provide you and your team with protection if needed.

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    Workplace Bushfire Emergency Planning

    Pt 2: Knowing When to Stay or Evacuate and Where to Seek Safe Refuge

    An extensive training session with our qualified trainers (who have plenty of real bushfire experience) will give you and your employees the knowledge and understanding to become competent in:

    • Bush fire behaviour
    • Early detection and when you need to evacuate
    • How to prepare for smoke management
    • Ember attack
    • Survival tips and preparation
    • Risk assessment
    • Safe travel to and from your facility

    In a fire, the main priority is always life safety, and the extensive training we provide will enable you and your employees to make the right decisions during a fire so that everyone remains as safe as possible.

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    Fire Warden Training

    Fire Warden Training is also known as Warden Training. The main difference between these titles is that Wardens are trained to respond to all emergencies, including fires, whereas Fire Wardens are mainly trained in – you guessed it – fires.

    This course is compliant with the requirements of AS3745-2010 and is aligned to the PUAFER units of competency.

    Please note this course is not nationally recognised, and you will not be issued with a qualification.

    During Warden Training you will learn about your role and the responsibilities that come with it.

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    Nationally Recognised Fire Safety Training

    As part of our passion for safety and our commitment to assisting you with preventing, understanding and preparing for emergencies, Workplace Emergency Management are pleased to be able to offer training in Nationally Recognised Units of Competency in emergency management and emergency response procedures in the workplace.

    Workplace Emergency Management delivers nationally recognised training and assessment in partnership with Allens Training Pty Ltd RTO 90909 and can undertake the following Nationally Recognised Training:

    • Fire Safety Advisor
    • Fire Extinguisher Training
    • Warden Training
    • Chief Warden Training
    • Fire Safety Officer

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    Fire Training FAQs

    1. What is involved in fire training?2023-12-08T13:17:29+11:00

    Fire training is a course that prepares the occupants of your facility to be able to respond to a workplace fire safely. We do this by giving them the knowledge and understanding of what a fire is, and the know-how to extinguish it safely, by the teaching of theory and the practical use of real emergency equipment at your facility.

    2. What are the different classes of fires? How do you identify the class of fire?2023-12-08T13:22:16+11:00

    There are six classes of fire, this includes:

    • Class A fires – combustible materials, i.e. wood, paper
    • Class B fires – flammable liquids, i.e. petrol, paint
    • Class C fires – flammable gases, i.e. methane, LPD
    • Class D fires – combustible metals, i.e. aluminium, potassium
    • Class E fires – electrical equipment, i.e. computers, televisions
    • Class F fires – cooking oils, i.e. pan fires

    You can identify a fire class by the fuel that started the fire.

    3. What fire training courses do you offer?2023-12-08T13:24:29+11:00

    Workplace Emergency Management offers the following fire training courses:

    • Fire training
    • Fire extinguisher training
    • Workplace bushfire emergency planning part 1 & 2
    • Fire Warden training
    • Nationally recognised fire safety training

    If you’re interested in any individual courses or all, please enquire today.

    4. Who should receive fire training?2023-12-08T13:28:32+11:00

    All employees should undergo fire training. This is critical as all employees must know how to respond if a fire occurs in the workplace. Your designated Fire Warden should have official Fire Warden Training.

    5. What do you receive after completing Workplace Emergency Management’s fire training?2023-12-08T13:30:34+11:00

    This Workplace Fire Training course complies with the requirements of AS3745-2010 and is aligned with the PUAFER units of competency. Please note this course is not a nationally recognised fire training course, and you will not be issued with a qualification.

    If you need to receive fire training resulting in a qualification, please look at our Nationally recognised training courses.

    6. What fire extinguishers should there be in a workplace?2023-12-08T13:32:35+11:00

    The five main types of fire extinguishers and classes often used in workplaces include:

    • water
    • foam
    • CO2
    • powder
    • wet chemical

    Each extinguisher is used for a specific class and to extinguish a particular fuel.

    What makes us different?

    Why Choose Workplace Emergency Management?

    Fast turnaround on tailored emergency management plans.

    A simple, 10-step process, all taken care of.

    Local Consultants, nationally backed. Personalised service.

    Compliant with Australian Standard.

    Experience across all industries and facilities.

    FREE Emergency Management Checklist for Workplaces – CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD

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    Are you ready for peace of mind that your workforce is as safe and prepared as possible? 

    Do you feel like you need to take Emergency Management off your plate, and hand it over to a team of professionals so you can spend more time focusing on other business?

    With a dedicated team of staff ready to help you meet compliance requirements and improve the overall safety of your workplace, all you need to do is get in touch.

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