CONSTRUCTION

Including Mining, Major Hazard Facilities, Industrial

COMPLIANCE:

1.

AS 3745 2010

2.

WHS Regs Clause 43

3.

Safe Work Aust Code of Practice

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Emergency preparation and response shall be based on emergencies likely to occur in the workplace, as per AS 3745 2010. PRM staff can assist to ensure the emergency procedures of the venue reflects the risk profile of the business. These emergency procedures shall provide the backbone to our workplace emergency response training. PRM staff have worked as technicians and rescue staff in high risk construction, manufacturing, demolition and decommissioning. We have worked alongside industry leaders in chemical handling, high angle and confined spaces work.

  1. Workplace Warden training

  2. First attack training

  3. Chief Warden training

  4. Emergency Planning Committee training and maintenance

  5. Evacuation diagrams

  6. Emergency procedures development

  7. Safe Work Method Statement development and risk assessment

  8. Hazardous materials response training

  9. Provide CPR training HLTAID001

  10. Provide First aid training HLTAID 003

  11. Provide Advanced First aid training HLTAID006

  12. Provide Advanced Resuscitation techniques training HLTAID007

  13. Low voltage rescue training

  14. Work Safely at Heights RIIOHS204A

  15. Enter and Work in Confined Spaces RIIOHS202A

  16. Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus training MSAPMOHS21A

  17. Confined space standby and rescue personnel

  18. First aid response staff

 

Checklist:

Do all staff participate in an annual evacuation exercise?

Do you implement positive change based on the findings of these exercises?

Are staff trained in the use of on-site firefighting equipment?

Do you require emergency response teams trained in offensive firefighting techniques?

Do you have enough Wardens for the size and complexity of your workplace? Don’t forget to cover all times the site is operational, and include redundancies for staff absences.

Do you have trained Chief Wardens to act as incident managers at all times, including redundancies for sickness or other leave?

Do you have enough first aid officers commensurate to the size of the workplace?

Do you have sufficient first aid resources commensurate to the workplace and risk?

Do you have in place rescue teams for crews conducting high risk work with chemicals, electricity, heights or confined space?

Do you have evacuation diagrams through the facility at adequate locations? These must be A3 is size, to scale and include all essential fire safety measures installed in the building. Diagrams must be installed between 1200 and 1600 off the floor

Do you have comprehensive emergency procedures?

Do you conduct annual CPR refresher training as per Aust Resus Council guidelines?

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