No matter how robust your risk assessments, there is always a residual probability that an event might occur. And if it does, you should have a well-developed and practised emergency plan that can be activated immediately. Failing to prepare such a plan can lead to major loss or even the company going out of business.

Who should attend?

Board members & senior management

Duration

One day

Business benefits: 

  • Ensure an organisation is ready in the event of an emergency
  • Reduce injuries and incident
  • Reduce the costs and lost time associated with a emergency event

What the workshop covers: 

This practical workshop will introduce the participants to the key components of an effective emergency plan. It will provide them with the opportunity to practice building such a plan and allow them to develop a draft plan for their own facility under supervised conditions.

Objectives

On completion of the course you will:

  • Understand the key elements of an effective emergency plan
  • Be able to participate in the development of such a plan
  • Be able to identify those risks which could give rise to a major emergency
  • Understand critical factors arising from the plan
  • Produce a draft emergency plan for your facility

Topics covered

  • What is an emergency?
  • How can we identify those risks which can give rise to major impacts
  • What are the key elements of an effective emergency plan
  • Identifying roles and responsibilities
  • Documenting the emergency plan
  • Communicating the emergency planning
  • Reviewing the emergency plan
  • Dealing with the media
  • Rehearsing the emergency plan
  • Case study emergency plan
  • Preparing a draft emergency plan for your facility

Interested?

Contact us to discuss how we can help your business.

Call: 0870 606 2606

Email: rac@fleetriskmanagement.net

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