Building and Office Evacuation Training Video - Safetycare Workplace Fire Safety

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There are many reasons why a building, or a group of buildings may need to be evacuated including:

• Fires
• Chemical Spills
• Toxic or Explosive Gas Releases,
• Explosions
• Violent Behaviour, and
• Bomb Threats.

The larger the building, the more organisation is required to ensure everyone is evacuated effectively and as safely as possible. But regardless of the size or type of building or buildings, or number of employees, every organisation should have a tried and tested evacuation plan.

This program covers:

• The Evacuation Plan
• The Evacuation Team
• The Chief Warden
• Your Responsibility
• Training and Practice

Every Building must have a tried and tested evacuation plan, and everyone must be familiar with it, and know their role.

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There are many reasons why a building, or a group of buildings may need to be evacuated including:

• Fires

• Chemical Spills

• Toxic or Explosive Gas Releases,

• Explosions

• Violent Behaviour, and

• Bomb Threats.

The larger the building, the more organisation is required to ensure everyone is evacuated effectively and as safely as possible. But regardless of the size or type of building or buildings, or number of employees, every organisation should have a tried and tested evacuation plan.

This program covers:

• The Evacuation Plan

• The Evacuation Team

• The Chief Warden

• Your Responsibility

• Training and Practice

Every Building must have a tried and tested evacuation plan, and everyone must be familiar with it, and know their role.

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