What is Emergency Management?
An assessment of the building in relation to current fire safety and emergency procedures in accordance with Australian Standard AS 3745
- 2010 'Planning for emergencies in facilities'.
What is included?
Our report can include the following advice, training and products
- Evacuation diagrams
- Fire safety advice
- Safety non-compliance
- Training through Emergency Management Systems
- A copy of the Emergency Procedure Manual and the Essential Services Manual. These publications, which are written by experts, tell you how to go about ensuring your organisation complies with the Australian Standard AS 3745
- Annual Fire Safety Statement (in a frame for display)
- Assembly Area signage
- Workplace First Aid KIT.
Who does it?
The inspection of the facility is done by a Building Consultant trained in emergency management and fire safety. Training for Wardens and
employees is provided by Emergency Management Services
What buildings require inspection?
All buildings Class 2 - 9 require compliance under Australian Standard AS 3745 - 2010.
How long does an inspection take?
The inspection can take 4 to 40 hours depending on the size of the facility.
All fire safety measures require inspection and service at prescribed intervals between weekly and annually. The objectives for every building
are to ensure that:
- Evacuation Diagrams and Assembly Area signage are in place
- All required fire safety measures are in place and correctly serviced
- All records are kept and stored
- All personnel are trained, including volunteers
- First aid kits are available on every floor
- A current Annual Fire Safety Statement is displayed.
- The Asbestos Register is on display.
How much does it cost?
Please call Tyrrells for a quote.