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Many employers are not confident that their organizations have a management system that contains all the necessary elements. Misconception that the efficiency of the Emergency Management System depends only on the knowledge of the emergency team members has created a blame culture that focus on emergency team members rather than discuss and criticize all Management System components, including equipment and Procedures. The two days workshop will discuss the various elements that contribute to develop a successful Emergency Management System and Highlight areas of failures and opportunities for improvements.
- Executives and senior managers responsible for technical emergency planning and emergency response.
- Emergency management team, senior members of emergency service departments or volunteers groups that respond to disasters.
- Participants after attending this interactive workshop will be able to:
- Identify the elements of a successful Emergency Management System
- Criticize and suggest improvements to their organisations Emergency Management System.
- Plan an active role in the actual implementation of internal Emergency Management System.
- Identify failures in their system and courses of such failures
- Establish a culture for managing emergencies with an overall perspective of no-blame culture.
This is a very interesting workshop on how to develop a successful Emergency Management system; the following points will be covered:
- Introduction to Emergency Management System
- OSHA and pre-emergency planning
- OSHA 1910.38 Employee emergency plans and fire prevention plans
- Major disaster in history and the impact/lessons learnt
The segments in the life of an emergency:
- Pre-response time
- Combat Time
- Response time
- Overhand point
Elements of the Emergency Management System:
- Legal Requirements & the lines of incident Control Authority
- The role and function of company personnel
- Availability and capability of resources
- Action on discovering the emergency
- Emergency plan copies & details on personnel on site
- Public relations & Media Management
- Safety on site