Emergency evacuation procedures

The course is aimed to enable learners to distinguish between an emergency and an incident as well as understanding the different types of emergencies that may take place in the workplace. The learners will be able to explain the types of emergency alarms in the workplace, the procedures for responding to them and the methods and procedures, which need to be applied in an assembly area after an alarm.

Formative assessment

  • Various activities will be completed during class as well as for homework

Summative assessment

  • Written assessment and practical exercise to be completed at the end of the course at your nearest NOSA College.
  • Learners need to achieve a minimum of 65%.

Course outline

At the end of the course, the learner will be able to explain:

  • Different types of emergencies that may be encountered in a workplace
  • Various responses to an alarm
  • Actions required of a safety officer in an assembly area
  • The functions of an emergency control centre.

Course Information

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Unit Standard Title:

Explain Emergency Preparedness and Response Procedures

E-Learning Price:

R1 140 (incl. VAT)

E-Learning Duration:

4 hours theory + practical assessment

Credits:

3

SAQA ID:

259597

Professional Body:

Saiosh

CPD Points:

5

NQF Level:

2

Prerequisites:

None

HUB Availability:

Coming soon

Target Groups:

• All employees responsible for workplace evacuation, emergency preparedness and assisting emergency teams in emergency planning.

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Unit Standard Title:

Explain Emergency Preparedness and Response Procedures

Webinar Price:

R1 140 (incl. VAT)

Webinar Duration:

2 days

Credits:

3

SAQA ID:

259597

Professional Body:

Saiosh

CPD Points:

5

NQF Level:

2

Prerequisites:

None

HUB Availability:

Coming soon

Target Groups:

• All employees responsible for workplace evacuation, emergency preparedness and assisting emergency teams in emergency planning.

We continue to offer tailored on-site training and classroom-based teaching at any of our 12 NOSA Colleges throughout South Africa. Offering you access to more than 100 safety training programmes – including SAMTRAC, the world’s leading workplace risk management course and the most sought-after training certificate in the HSE industry, suited for all places of work. Book your seat at one of our NOSA Colleges to experience safety training in the classroom.

Unit Standard Title:

Explain Emergency Preparedness and Response Procedures

Course Price:

R1 480 (incl. VAT)

Course Duration:

2 days

Credits:

3

SAQA ID:

259597

Professional Body:

Saiosh

CPD Points:

5

NQF Level:

2

Prerequisites:

None

Target Groups:

• All employees responsible for workplace evacuation, emergency preparedness and assisting emergency teams in emergency planning.
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