Emergency Response Planning (ERP)

Category: Emergency Response Planning (ERP)

Course Description

If there is a fire in the building would employees know what to do? Are they familiar with the system that would alert them to evacuate, shelter or lockdown? Do they know who is in charge during an emergency? Do they know who is authorized to speak with the news media? Are employees familiar with their responsibilities for building and information security? Can they carry out their assigned responsibilities during an emergency or business disruption?

This training program is essential to ensure that everyone knows what to do when there is an emergency, or disruption of business operations. Everyone needs training to become familiar with protective actions for life safety (e.g., evacuation, shelter, shelter-in-place and lockdown). Review protective actions for life safety and conduct evacuation drills (“fire drills”) as required by local regulations. The actions taken in the initial minutes of an emergency are critical. A prompt warning to employees to evacuate, shelter or lockdown can save lives. A call for help to public emergency services that provides full and accurate information will help the dispatcher send the right responders and equipment.

Objectives

  • Understand the various type of Job Hazards and how these job hazards effects organizations productivity.
  • Learn the techniques of conducting JHA and understand key factors effecting the JHA
  • Understand the process of JHA and how it is carried out in different organizations.
  • Learn to develop a preventive approach to establish safe job procedures.

Who Should Attend

  • Safety & Health Officer, Site Supervisor, Internal Auditors, HR Managers, Airport Ground Staff, Factory Managers,
  • Hotel Managers, Warehouse Manager, Warehouse Supervisors, Logistic Managers and Production Manager.

Course Outline

  • Job Hazards
  • Hazardous Conditions and Unsafe Behaviours
  • What is JHA?
  • Importance of the job hazard analysis process
  • Prepare to Conduct the JHA
  • How to perform a job hazard analysis
  • List the Steps
  • How to control hazards
  • Develop Preventive Measures
  • Write the Safe Job Procedure
  • Improve the JHA Process