Fire Warden $150

  • (PUAFER005) Operate as Part of an Emergency Control Organisation

Student Requirements

  • Students must have the language, literacy, numeracy (LLN) and physical capabilities to meet the performance criteria of this unit. (For further information or if you have any concerns regarding LLN and/or physical capabilities please contact the office)

  • Students must wear standard work wear, enclosed safety shoes, long shirt and pants.

Course Details

  • Where: Unit 2, 84 Solomon Road, Jandakot WA 6164.

  • Duration: 4 Hours

  • Group bookings are available at your site or ours. Please contact our office on 94178888 for pricing and site requirements. Up to 12 participants per group.

This nationally accredited Operate as Part of an Emergency Control Organisation (fire warden) training course provides participants with the skills and knowledge to implement the emergency response specified in the workplace emergency procedures or specified by a person at a higher level in the emergency control organisation. People who undertake this work will be working within the command, control and coordinate structure of the emergency control organisation. This training is delivered in compliance with AS 3745-2010.

Upon Completion
Upon successful completion of this course, each participant will receive a nationally recognised Statement of Attainment and wallet sized card for:

  • (PUAFER005) Operate as Part of an Emergency Control Organisation

Designed For
This four hour course is for participants designated as fire wardens in any workplace.

There are no pre-requisites for this training.

Delivery Mode
Face to face

Participants must have the ability to read and write English and be able to perform practical and theoretical assessment as required.

Course Outline

  • Roles and Responsibilities:Types of Emergencies

    • Emergency Planning Committee (EPC)

    • Emergency Control Organisation (ECO)

  • Basic Fire Behaviour

  • Evaluating and responding to emergencies

  • Wardens – roles, responsibilities, identification

  • Alarms and warning systems

  • Human behaviour in emergencies

  • Emergency warning and intercommunication system

  • Use of emergency control equipment and facilities

  • Command and control evacuation procedures

  • Assembly point control, personnel accountability

  • Co-ordination of emergency services

  • Post initial response- recovery, re-location, restoration & de-brief

  • Evacuation plan – building requirements

  • Evacuation exercise (if required)

  • Assessment