Emergency Response Planning: Crisis Management for Hazardous Environments


14 - 18 Oct, 2024


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Why Attend?

Emergency Response Planning: Crisis Management for Hazardous Environments

course-obj_img Course Objectives

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    By the end of the course, participants will be able to:

    • Recognise the attributes between incidents, emergencies and crisis situations
    • Develop methods to avoid unnecessary escalation, and how to design, command and control response to each scenario
    • Enhance on-scene leadership capabilities and techniques
    • Apply best practice in organizing Emergency Control Centers (ECC), Emergency Response Teams (ERT) and Crisis Management Teams (CRT) to assist the Forward Incident Control (FIC)
    • Analyze human factor and allocate duties with regards to psychological readiness, recourse allocation, deployment, discipline, leadership and welfare

course-obj_img Target Audience

  • Any Industry that requires any type of Command & Control from any Control Centre to deploy a Hazard Response Team to conduct any Intervention to deal with an incident, to save life or stop an incident from spreading.
  • Team Leaders, managers or responsible parties in charge of safety, emergency, or crisis management, for an organization, division, or municipality.
  • These include, but are not limited to: ministry or government regulators; fire, safety and security professionals; Hi Rise Building safety management, risk, marketing and insurance professionals; designated incident, emergency and crisis response professionals; local fire and emergency response members; and other emergency response professionals.
  • This course is also critical for line managers and supervisors wishing to appraise their comprehension of emergency response best practices.

  • Hazard action prevention
    • Overview of prevention methods
    • Vulnerability analysis
    • Risk assessment of hazardous materials
    • Developing the crisis management manual
    • Developing procedures
  • Crisis management – control models
    • Command and control systems
    • Crisis management – emergency planning
      • International laws
      • Local regulations
  • Writing the emergency response plan
    • Contents critical to the emergency response plan
      • Emergency organization
      • Emergency procedures
    • Assessment of available resources
    • Plan implementation
    • Training employees
    • Distribution of emergency plan
    • Updating the plan
  • Organizing incident control
    • Emergency Control Centers (ECC)
      • Communication at the ECC
      • Equipment needed
      • Resources needed
    • Emergency Response Teams (ERT)
      • Health and safety
    • Crisis Management Teams (CRT)
    • Forward Incident Control (FIC)
      • Control points
  • Emergency action procedures
    • Response and media
    • Emergency action procedures
    • Evacuation procedures
    • Medical emergencies
    • Fire procedure
    • Explosion procedure
    • Hazardous materials
    • Environmental hazards
    • Loss Control
    • Environmental Protection
    • Casualty Handling
    • Briefing at Incidents
    • Communications
  • Emergency response model
    • Media relations and recovery
    • Flixborough case
    • Texas BP Refinery case
    • BIG Spring Refinery case
    • Regional based cases
  • Additional Modules Available on Request
    • Terrorism – how to plan and deal with it
    • Hi Rise procedures – Fires at upper levels caused by insulation and external cladding are causing serious problems
    • Renewables – On shore & Off shore wind farms – additional planning and recourses are required

2024 - Course Type & Date

DATE: 14 - 18 Oct, 2024

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