Emergency Response Plan Workshop

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Introduction:

In the event of a fire, individuals may panic or over-react. As such, early action should be taken to address the emergency. These actions need to be undertaken by a trained Emergency Response Team (ERT). The ERT is the first responder to the emergency while waiting for external emergency service providers such as Bomba to arrive at the scene. Management needs to ensure that the ERT is alert at all times for all types of emergencies.

How Will You Benefit

Upon completion of this program, participants will be able to:

  • Understand the requirements for emergency response planning
  • Understand the roles and responsibilities of the Emergency Response Team
  • Use the different types of emergency equipment as provided by management
  • Understand the importance of emergency information
  • Carry out emergency procedures as documented in the Emergency Response Plan

Who Should Attend

Safety & Health Officer, Safe & Health Committee Members, Emergency Response Team Members, Fire & Rescue Squad Members, First Aids Members, Spill Response & Control Team Members and OSH Practitioners

Methodology

This stimulating program will maximize understanding and learning through lectures, role plays, indoor and outdoor group dynamics, discussions and assessment.

Module

  • INTRODUCTION
    • Statutory Requirements for Emergency Response in Malaysia
    • Objectives for Emergency Response Planning
    • Types of Emergencies
    • Levels of Emergencies
  • EMERGENCY ORGANIZATIONS AND CONTROL CENTRES
    • Organizations for Emergencies
    • Roles and Responsibilities for Emergency Response Team
    • Emergency Control Centre
  • EMERGENCY EQUIPMENT AND INFORMATION
    • Emergency Equipment
    • Emergency Information
  • EMERGENCY DETECTION, ALARM, INITIAL RESPONSE AND COMMUNICATION
    • Detection, Alarm and Initial Response
    • Emergency Communication
  • ACTIVATION, EVACUATION, ROLL-CALL, SEARCH AND RESCUE PROCEDURES
    • Activation of Emergency Response Plan
    • Evacuation Procedures
    • Roll-Call Procedures
    • Search and Rescue Procedures
  • EMERGENCY FIRST AID AND SECURITY MEASURES
    • Emergency First Aid
    • Security Measures
  • TERMINATION AND POST EMERGENCY DEBRIEFING
    • Termination of Emergency
    • Post Emergency Debriefing
  • PRACTICAL EXERCISES
    • Exercise for Emergency Organizations
    • Exercise for Identification of Emergency Equipment
    • Exercise for Emergency Equipment Readiness
    • Exercise for Emergency Activation and Termination
    • Exercise for Emergency Communication
    • Exercise for Fire Squad
    • Exercise for Spill Control Squad
    • Exercise for Evacuation and Roll-Call
    • Exercise for Rescue Squad
    • Exercise for First Aiders
    • Exercise for Security Measures
    • Exercise for Emergency Recordings
    • Exercise for Post Emergency Debriefing
    • Questions & Answers

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Duration: 1 Day


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 Emergency-Response-Plan-Workshop-HRDF-Trainings

Introduction:

In the event of a fire, individuals may panic or over-react. As such, early action should be taken to address the emergency. These actions need to be undertaken by a trained Emergency Response Team (ERT). The ERT is the first responder to the emergency while waiting for external emergency service providers such as Bomba to arrive at the scene. Management needs to ensure that the ERT is alert at all times for all types of emergencies.

How Will You Benefit

Upon completion of this program, participants will be able to:

  • Understand the requirements for emergency response planning
  • Understand the roles and responsibilities of the Emergency Response Team
  • Use the different types of emergency equipment as provided by management
  • Understand the importance of emergency information
  • Carry out emergency procedures as documented in the Emergency Response Plan

Who Should Attend

Safety & Health Officer, Safe & Health Committee Members, Emergency Response Team Members, Fire & Rescue Squad Members, First Aids Members, Spill Response & Control Team Members and OSH Practitioners

Methodology

This stimulating program will maximize understanding and learning through lectures, role plays, indoor and outdoor group dynamics, discussions and assessment.

Module

  • INTRODUCTION
    • Statutory Requirements for Emergency Response in Malaysia
    • Objectives for Emergency Response Planning
    • Types of Emergencies
    • Levels of Emergencies
  • EMERGENCY ORGANIZATIONS AND CONTROL CENTRES
    • Organizations for Emergencies
    • Roles and Responsibilities for Emergency Response Team
    • Emergency Control Centre
  • EMERGENCY EQUIPMENT AND INFORMATION
    • Emergency Equipment
    • Emergency Information
  • EMERGENCY DETECTION, ALARM, INITIAL RESPONSE AND COMMUNICATION
    • Detection, Alarm and Initial Response
    • Emergency Communication
  • ACTIVATION, EVACUATION, ROLL-CALL, SEARCH AND RESCUE PROCEDURES
    • Activation of Emergency Response Plan
    • Evacuation Procedures
    • Roll-Call Procedures
    • Search and Rescue Procedures
  • EMERGENCY FIRST AID AND SECURITY MEASURES
    • Emergency First Aid
    • Security Measures
  • TERMINATION AND POST EMERGENCY DEBRIEFING
    • Termination of Emergency
    • Post Emergency Debriefing
  • PRACTICAL EXERCISES
    • Exercise for Emergency Organizations
    • Exercise for Identification of Emergency Equipment
    • Exercise for Emergency Equipment Readiness
    • Exercise for Emergency Activation and Termination
    • Exercise for Emergency Communication
    • Exercise for Fire Squad
    • Exercise for Spill Control Squad
    • Exercise for Evacuation and Roll-Call
    • Exercise for Rescue Squad
    • Exercise for First Aiders
    • Exercise for Security Measures
    • Exercise for Emergency Recordings
    • Exercise for Post Emergency Debriefing
    • Questions & Answers

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Chan Tein Kee
Biodata: Chan Tein Kee is an Occupational Safety and Health Officer practitioner with 18 years' worth of experience. The freelance trainer is a member of Malaysian Society for Occupational Safety And Health (MSOSH). He specializes in development & documentation of manuals and document & data control for ISO 9000 Quality Management System and OHSAS 18001 Management System; managing and lead auditing for ISO 9000 Quality Management Systems; Statistical Process Control; development and documentation for Emergency Response Plan; Process Flow Diagrams & Evacuation Plans For Emergency Response Plan; Accident / Incident Investigation; Analysis & Reporting; Workplace Hazards Identifications, Risk Assessment & Control and Managing Workplace Inspection and OSH Audits.

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