Fire Safety Courses
Chief Warden & Building Evacuation
The Chief Warden is head of the ECO and should have a good knowledge of the layout of the building, structure and workplace. On becoming aware of an emergency, the Chief Warden shall take the following actions:
- Ascertain the nature of the emergency and determine appropriate action
- Ensure that the appropriate emergency service has been notified
- Ensure that floor or area wardens are advised of the situation
- If necessary, initiate evacuation and control entry to the affected areas
- Ensure the progress of the evacuation and any action taken is recorded in an incident log
- Brief the emergency services personnel upon arrival on type, scope and location of the emergency and the status of the evacuation.
Emergency Response Plan
This course has been designed to introduce the trainee to the duties and responsibilities of a Fire Warden, and to obtain the necessary fire safety, prevention, protection, risk assessment and control knowledge to perform those duties.
Fire Extinguisher / Fire Warden
Fire Extinguisher / Fire Warden / Chief Fire Warden
Fire Safety Advisor
This course will provide participants with the relevant knowledge, skills and abilities required to become a Fire Safety Adviser (FSA). To qualify as a FSA, a person must successfully complete eight (8) specified units of competency.
Fire Safety Advisor Refresher
Participants gain the skills and knowledge needed to actively continue in their role and responsibilities of a Fire Safety Adviser in accordance with the Queensland Building Fire Safety Regulation 2008 and addresses recent amendments to the legislation. The Fire Safety Adviser will be able to advise on appropriate emergency planning strategies and be familiar with aspects of building fire safety.
Operate Fire ExtinguisherConfine Small Workplace Emergencies
This unit covers the competency required to confine small workplace emergencies.
Warden & Building Evacuation
This course has been developed to cover the broad range of emergencies and workplaces as considered in Australian Standard 3745 – 2010.