Evacuation Training and Drills
It is all in the preparation
Having your key personnel trained in warden roles and able to conduct emergency evacuations is vital in protecting life and property. In line with Australian Standards, workplaces should conduct regular (at least annual) Fire and Evacuation drills. Adair's consultants can train your people and help you conduct these drills to ensure that your procedures are best practice.
- Prepare an evacuation exercise for fire wardens and staff
- Provide a briefing session
- Conduct the exercise
- Oversee evacuation
- Debrief on completion of exercise
- Provide written report for records to outline the procedures and warden responsibilities
- Provide ongoing training plans
- Site specific alarm systems and response
- Decision making appropriate to the type and emergency situation
- Emergency procedures and response plans specific to the site
- Communicating effectively and clearly with key personnel and the relevent authorities
- Conducting safe evacuation of a building or site
Chief Warden Training:
- Standards Australia guidelines and compliance
- Preparation and planning for emergencies
- Evacuation planning and procedures
- Communication and alarm systems
- Fire safety procedures
- Bomb threat procedures
- Chief Warden responsibilities
- Emergency investigation
- Emergencies coordination
- Emergency services briefing
- Human behaviour in emergencies
- Post evacuation management
TEAMS - Training Evacuation Attendee Management Service
A new service which eliminates the organisational difficulties for site managers to coordinate and maintain the currency of their people/tenants warden training.
Our customer service team and online training system can streamline this process.
TEAMS is an online site specific registration system that allows direct communications between the Adair customer service team and your site wardens.
All members of the Emergency Control Organisation can register for the annual training package to receive notifications on upcoming training for their site.
From there they are able to pre-enrol for the course online and will receive up to date information of venue location or any session changes.
Site Managers and tenant representatives just need to forward on the email training notification to any new staff members to get them underway.