Emergency managers understand the importance of managing risks during dynamic incidents.
The Leadership in Emergency Management is designed to develop future leaders and officers in emergency service of the knowledge and understanding of public policy and integration, personnel management, managing operations and training, managing emergency medical services and managing fire prevention divisions in a fire and rescue department. It includes research and development, disaster and risk planning, community risk assessment, budgeting, labour relation, personnel development and fiscal management, collective bargaining, occupational health and safety, and conflict resolutions as part of the curriculum.
Through the course, you will be provided with an introduction to the concepts, issues, processes and structures relevant to the management of risk during the emergency phase of an incident. This will include an examination of the relationship between formal risk management and command systems and leadership, including a look at the complex world of decision-making.
What Will I Learn?
- What an emergency control organisation is and what it does
- How to lead an organisation in an emergency situation
- Decide on evacuation choices in response to an emergency and work with emergency services
- Create emergency procedures
- Be able to understand key concepts
- Be willing to add to learning by using the additional resources provided
Who is the target audience?
- Anyone with a responsibility to lead and emergency within a venue or facility
- People looking to develop leadership and communication skills in an emergency situation
|Who is this course for?||00:03:00|
|Why complete Chief Warden Training?||00:02:00|
|Emergency Plans and Response Procedures|
|Emergency Planning, Identification and Analysis. Fire Emergencies||00:08:00|
|Internal Threats, Visitor Access & Bomb Threats||00:09:00|
|Emergency Control Organisation|
|All things Emergency Control Organisation||00:06:00|
|Key Considerations for our Emergency Response Procedures|
|Section Introduction and event procedures||00:02:00|
|Notification, Communication, Control||00:03:00|
|Emergency Response Equipment and Evacuation||00:05:00|
|Human Behaviour in Emergency Situations||00:06:00|
|Lifts and Escalators, Media, People with Disabilities||00:04:00|
|Personal Affects, Traffic Management, Security, Emergency Colour Codes, Recovery||00:03:00|
|Chief Warden Skills|
|Un-ness, Making Decisions Under Pressure||00:05:00|
|Recognition Primed Decisions (RPD) and Situational Awareness||00:06:00|
|How to Improve Situational Awareness||00:06:00|
|Who will make a good Chief Warden?||00:06:00|
|Decision to Return, Tactical Decision Games, Drills & Exercises||00:15:00|
|Order your Certificate||00:00:00|