EMERGENCY RESPONSE PLAN (ERP)

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INTRODUCTION TO EMERGENCY RESPONSE PLAN (ERP)

No workplace is immune to potential emergencies. Every workplace should have a plan for dealing with these situations. Failing to react appropriately in an emergency situation can result in severe injury or loss of life and serious damage to property or the environment. A clearly defined and systematic approach to the control of emergency situations can limit their impact and may prevent an emergency from turning into a disaster.

Participants will apply procedural requirements to anticipate emergency scenarios, and apply critical thinking skills for prevention and to respond to emergencies. They will also collaboratively build a personal compilation of recommendations to apply on the job, including distinguishing factors to consider when building a command and control structure and identifying training needs and requirements for drills.

 

COURSE OBJECTIVES

By the end of the session, participants will be able to:

  • Understand the importance of Emergency Response Preparedness & Plan.
  • Understand the legislative requirements and standards of Emergency Response Plan.
  • Develop Emergency Response Team & Incident Command System efficiently.
  • Describe the elements of emergency planning and related functions.
  • Conduct and evaluate the drill and evacuation exercise.

COURSE CONTENT

Module 1

  • Overview Emergency and Emergency Management
    • What is Emergency Management ?
    • Objectives of Emergency Management
    • Stages in Emergency Management
    • Level of Emergency Management:- 4 phases of emergency management : Mitigation, Preparedness, Response, and Recovery.
  • Emergency Response Plan (ERP)
    • Roles, Responsibilities and Authorities Participants will become familiar with the roles and responsibilities for managing emergencies.
  • Incident Command System (ICS)
    • The Emergency Plan :
    • Planning
    • Chain of Command
    • Communication
    • Accounting for Personnel
    • Emergency Response Team
    • Response Activities
    • Training
    • Personnel Protection
    • Medical Assistance
    • Security
    • The Roles of Outside Agencies
    • Recovery & Restoration
    • Emergency Response Team (ERT)
    • Emergency Evacuation Procedure

Module 2

  • Fire Fighting & Fire Prevention
    • Causes of Fire
    • Fire Chemistry
    • Classification of fire
  • Good housekeeping
  • Fire Protection System (Passive and Active)
  • Fire Squad
  • Evacuation of building procedures

Module 3

  • Risk Management
    • What is hazard, risk and control measures
    • Introduction of HIRARC
    • Emergency Response Risk Assessment
    • Hazardous Material Incident
    • Chemical Spillage
    • Decontamination & Control Zones

Module 4

  • Emergency Drill & Drill Post Mortem

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