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E-619 - Major Emergency Management - Initial Response Training

E-619 - Major Emergency Management - Initial Response Training

3 days
HSE/MEMIRGB
Sessions
Dates Location Tuition Register
Oct 29 - 31, 2018 Pau 2,150 €
Online By email
Who should attend?

Audience

    • Personnel designated as being in charge of, are members of, or provide support to an emergency management team.

Level

  • Foundation
  • This course provides personnel with formal training in command, control, communications and stress-related factors in the management of major emergencies.
Learning Objectives
  • Upon completion of the course, participants will be able to:
  • identify the key factors associated with maintaining control throughout the development or escalation of an emergency situation,
  • describe how to manage communication, emergency-related information and put into place predetermined plans during emergency situations,
  • describe how stress can impact on performance during emergencies,
  • role-play as the emergency manager in a number of specific types of emergency scenarios.
Course Content

WHAT IS A MAJOR EMERGENCY

0.25 day

  • Local Safety regulations.
  • Company rules.
  • Hazard study: escalation, consequences.
  • Emergency Response Plan (ERP).
  • Organization.
  • Resources required to face emergencies.
  • External parties:
  • Headquarters.
  • Authorities.
  • Neighbors.
  • Other companies.

EMERGENCY RESPONSE PLAN

0.5 day

  • Typical content.
  • Analysis of Emergency Response Plan.
  • How to use it?
  • Why is it an essential document?
  • Which parts are essential?

EMERGENCY RESPONSE TEAM

0.25 day

  • General organization.
  • Functions and responsibilities of ERT members.
  • Competencies and training.
  • To be permanently ready to face accidents: functions and roles, ERP, CRR and its equipment.
  • Frequency of drills.

EMERGENCY RESPONSE MANAGER

0.25 day

  • Function and responsibilities.
  • Competencies and training.
  • How to manage a team in emergencies situations:
  • Difference between normal and emergency management.
  • Leadership.
  • Uncertainty.
  • Importance of decision making.
  • Stress: managing self and team stress.

CRISIS RESPONSE ROOM

0.25 day

  • Equipment:
  • Communication means.
  • Recording means.
  • Plans and technical data.
  • Ergonomics.

SPECIFIC TOOLS & METHODS IN CASE OF EMERGENCIES

0.5 day

  • Time management: “time-out”.
  • How to communicate:
  • With company staff.
  • With authorities.
  • With ERT.
  • Communication tools: radio, phone…
  • Analysis of initial situation:
  • Evaluate quickly.
  • Anticipate.
  • Specific tools:
  • Reflex sheets.
  • Guide sheets.
  • Checklists.
  • How to record events, decisions and actions.

EXERCISE

1 day

  • Based on one of the ERP scenarios.
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Ways & Means
  • Several applications and illustrations.
  • On site exercise.