Case Study – Royal Childrens Hospital

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Our Experience With Royal Childrens Hospital

Fast Facts:

  • We have completed tailored fire warden training and chief warden training courses for all RCH personnel at the new hospital and ‘old’ hospital
  • All warden and chief warden training has been conducted by current and former emergency services professionals who both know and understand emergency evacuation within such a challenging workplace

FSA has worked with the RCH to ensure that it has fire warden training, chief warden training and emergency procedures in place to effectively respond to any on-site workplace emergency. Our tailored warden training has been carried out for over 2 years and has ensured that personnel are available and trained to respond to any on-site emergency.

Our training has been tailored directly to the ‘COLOUR CODE’ system used by most healthcare facilities and includes training (theory and practical) that covers emergencies such as:

  • Fires
  • Bomb Threats
  • Aggressive patients and people
  • Armed Holdups/Threats of violence
  • Other internal emergencies (gas leak, natural disaster, HAZMAT incident etc)
  • External emergencies

Our tailored fire warden training course is designed to take someone with little or no experience to a level of competency and confidence in their ability to undertake an evacuation of their area and work in accordance with the RCH emergency management plan.

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Posted on

August 16, 2013