PUAFER006 Lead an emergency control organisation

Lead an emergency control organisation

This unit is also called “Chief Fire Warden” it is designed for persons who are required to perform the role of Chief or Deputy Chief Fire Warden at your workplace. Participants will develop skills to ascertain the extent of onsite workplace emergencies and supervise evacuation of the workplace.

Particular attention will be placed on meeting the requirements of Australian Standard 3745–2010: Planning for emergencies in facilities and how it applies to all workplaces. Participants will have an understanding of emergency procedures and will undergo extensive practical drills on controlling workplace emergencies.

Courses are available throughout Sydney, Newcastle and the Central Coast.

Course covers:

  • Emergency Planning Committee
  • Emergency Control Organisation
  • Fire Warden Identification & Structure
  • Emergencies where evacuation may be required
  • Methods of raising the alarm
  • Safety Procedures at Fires
  • Practical Incident Control & Chief Fire Warden Scenarios
  • Bomb Threat Procedures
  • Persons with Disabilities
  • Duties & Responsibilities of Chief Fire Wardens
  • Command & Control
  • Briefing the Emergency Services
  • Post-Evacuation Management
  • Emergency Procedures
  • Human Behaviour
  • and more……..

How do I enrol?

Simply follow the link above to book into the course online. As an alternative, you can phone our office and discuss your needs with a staff member.

Award Issued

Nationally Recognised unit/s of Competence. Upon successful completion of all assessments and full attendance at the course, participants will be awarded:
PUAFER006 Lead an emergency control organisation. Successful completion will also gain the award of PUAFER005 Operate as part of an emergency control organisation  

We typically recommend the completion of the First attack fire training unit when completing Warden and Chief Warden training

Target Audience

This unit is normally delivered to Occupational First Aiders or first aiders in the mining industry. It is not normally offered to participants outside of these areas due to legislated restrictions.

Course Requirements

The Training Package for this course requires a student to be physically able to take on a leadership role, which includes giving clear directions under emergency conditions, making decisions appropriate to the situation and keeping others appropriately informed.

Students who are unable to satisfy the physical requirements of the course cannot be deemed competent or issued with a statement of attainment, even if the qualification is a necessary part of their employment conditions.

Basic numeracy and literacy skills are needed to attend this course.

Access to a computer with internet, as well as basic computer skills is required for completion of this unit.

If you have ANY special needs ( eg, language / literacy / numeracy difficulties, physical disabilities etc ) that you think may impact on your ability to complete this training please let us know prior to enrolling.

Participants MUST research the legalities relating to the carrying and use of methoxyflurane in their own state / territory

Recertification requirements

Annual refresher for this unit is generally required with a maximum time of 24 months between refreshers

Course Duration

Face to face training is approx. 8-12 hours depending on the needs of the students

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PUAFER006 Lead an emergency control organisation

Award Issued

Nationally Recognised unit/s of Competence 

PUAFER006 Lean an emergency control organisation

Course Duration

Face to face training is approx. 8-12 hours depending on the needs of the students

Specific unit details

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