TRAINING IN ADAIR EVACUATION
Preparing People For Emergencies
Adair Evacuation Training
Our trainers prepare your people for emergencies, traveling to your site (or using our purpose-built training facilities) we can provide evacuation training and warden training, compliant to current Australian Standards, ensuring that your people are best prepared for any emergency.
Virtual REALITY WARDEN TRAINING
Interactive – Engage in an environment with a realistic evacuation scenario. Our innovative VR Training offers a new dimension to train your emergency procedures organisation.
– Fast Learning
– Score and Time
– Team Event
Convenient and realistic application for all locations. We use a state-of-the-art laser training system where a client’s site or classroom situation precludes real fire extinguishers and live fire. The system uses a conical laser to replicate extinguisher discharge of all types of extinguisher. The system can Simulate class A, B and C fires at four difficulty levels, grade trainees and monitor their improvements in technique.
Our onsite training courses introduce the participant to the various portable firefighting equipment that can be found in the workplace and practical experience of the workings and effective use of the equipment.
Our current emergency courses that can be conducted at your site or our at Rydalmere training facility by our expert instructors.
Human Behaviour in Emergencies
This course looks at the differences in human behaviour and reactions to emergency situations and how to best identify, anticipate and deal with them.
Security awareness and armed hold-up
This course deals with security awareness in the event of armed robberies. Areas covered include minimising the risk, dealing with aggression and procedures.
Understand the types of potential Emergencies in your workplace, Priorities during an emergency, Identify equipment that may assist you, Understand people’s reactions in an emergency, Duties of all members (Wardens) of the ECO.
Spillage Control and Containment
Identify, assess, and manage small spills, containment and clean-up procedures, spills control, containment, cleanup recover and dispose contaminated materials.
Chief Warden Training
Legal and moral obligations of employees and employers in an emergency, emergency priorities, command, control, co-ordination, emergency management strategies, Role of responding emergency services
Bomb Awareness and Response
This course covers identifying the appropriate response to suspicious items and threats. How to minimise risks in the workplace and dealing with received threats and evacuation procedures.