Policy #5: Emergency Preparedness

Although the majority of effort goes into preventing emergency situations, organisations must still prepare for the eventuality of unintended harm or damage. Preparation for these situations begins with identifying all likely emergencies.

Establish emergency management plans, training, equipment and responsibilities to prevent or minimise OH&S risks from the potential emergencies.

Tutorial

Example slides from Tutorial (Powerpoint)

How to Use

  • Manager conducts an Emergency Response Analysis (e.g. Job Safety Analysis, earthquake risk, oil spill)
  • Manager develops an Emergency Management Plan (including internal and external Communications, key personnel, and who has the authority to initiate the all clear)
  • Director confirms that Emergency systems are in place and appropriate

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Policy
Health & Safety Statement

Procedure
Emergency Preparedness

 

Forms
Emergency Management Plan
Investigation Report
Lessons Learned Briefing

 

Registers
Documents
Incidents

Tutorial
Emergency Preparedness (Powerpoint)

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Manufacturing
Construction
Fisheries
Forestry
Agriculture

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