Contingency Fire and Safety Planning evacuation exercises are structured to ensure compliance with Australian Standards AS3745 and 2008 Building Fire Safety Regulation (Qld). All building occupants must participate in an Evacuation Exercise as required by Australian Standard AS 3745-2010: Planning for Emergencies in Facilities. The aim of an evacuation exercise is to determine the effectiveness of the Emergency Response Procedures.
Contingency Fire and Safety Planning coordinates evacuation exercises for minimal business disruption with maximum benefit in emergency preparedness and compliance peace of mind as your Emergency Control Organisation (ECO) carries out the Evacuation Exercise. We provide briefing and debriefing sessions, with wardens to describe the scenario and procedure, before the exercise and a review at completion. An observation of the Evacuation Exercise is completed and recorded which identifies ways to improve.
The Evacuation Exercise will:
Contingency works with you to ensure you meet your requirements to undertake evacuation exercises and training on a regular basis. Evacuation exercises should be performed at least once every 12 months and are performed in conjunction with Warden Skills Training and EPC meeting facilitation.
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