Emergency Plans & Procedures
An Emergency Plan is the documented scheme of assigned responsibilities, actions and procedures within a designated section of the emergency plan, to respond to and manage emergencies as laid out in AS3745-2010.
This includes the creation of an emergency response procedure manual, the design and display of emergency diagrams/signs and a regular training schedule with sessions held at no greater than six monthly periods.
Since 1987, TrimEVAC has been assisting clients with the development of Emergency Management Plans that meet the requirements Australian and New Zealand Work Health and Safety Legislations, Regulations, relevant Codes of Practice and Standards.
It is a requirement that buildings install Evacuation Signs and Diagrams to assist people trying to exit the building in an emergency.
Buildings are required to display evacuation signs that show the procedures for evacuation from that part of the building represented in the diagram.
TrimEVAC evacuation diagrams meet the requirements of all the Australian and New Zealand Work Health and Safety Legislations, Regulations, relevant Codes of Practice and Standards.
- The physical features, systems and organisational management structures are reviewed to establish site-specific emergency management requirements. Responsibilities and procedures are developed in response to the site profile and range of potential emergency situations.
Emergency Planning Structures
- Emergency response structures are developed that reflect operational capabilities and resources. Specific emergency management roles and responsibilities are established and appropriately linked with escalation policies, Business Continuity Plans and Disaster Recovery Plans.
- A variety of practical and user-friendly documentation can be developed detailing how emergency response is handled at each site. Individual emergency management responsibilities are outlined with clear, practical and succinct guidelines for the Warden team including Emergency Procedure diagrams and signs.