CHIEF WARDEN TRAINING COURSE – NORTH WEST REGION
This course is designed for people who are assigned the responsibility as the Chief Warden (and their deputies) in their workplace. The course is structured in accordance with Australian Standards: Planning for emergencies in facilities (AS 3745), Planning for Emergencies – Health Care Facilities (AS 4083) and the General Fire Regulations (where applicable).
Participants are exposed to relevant information for their role as a Chief Warden. This information supports the implementation of emergency procedures, staff training requirements and the roles and responsibilities of the Chief Warden in the event of an emergency that may warrant an evacuation. Successful participants will receive a Statement of Completion accredited by the Tasmania Fire Service.
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There are no pre-requisites for undertaking this course. However it is recommended that participants have either previously undertaken warden training or possess a strong understanding of the role of a warden in the workplace.
The course duration is one day and the fee is $400 (GST inclusive) per participant.
This course is conducted at 15 Three Mile Line Rd Burnie or Ulverstone Fire Station (venue confirmed prior to training); we also conduct courses in Launceston and Hobart. Alternatively by arrangement courses can be conducted in your workplace where appropriate facilities can be provided.
Group bookings and training courses can be tailored for your organisation. Please contact our regional Senior Consultants for more information and pricing.