EEDC

EFFECTIVE EMERGENCY DRILL COORDINATOR COURSE

INTRODUCTION

Drills and exercises provide a company with an opportunity to validate their organisations capability to respond or manage an emergency situation. The frequency in which we conduct Drills and Exercises varies greatly from company to company however one element remains critical to the value obtained from any drill; ARE THEY BEING CONDUCTED AS EFFECTIVELY AS THEY CAN BE?

This program is designed to provide the Coordinators of these drills with the confidence, skills, tools and understanding of the what is needed to ensure a drills effectiveness such as;

  • Planning
  • Briefing
  • Coordinating
  • Umpiring
  • Debriefing; and,
  • Reporting

The program involves a combination of Theory and Practical Scenarios designed to build confidence and provide the Drill Coordinators with the best platform from which to enable them to return to their facilities and ensure that maximum value is extracted from every drill. This program should give both the facility Manager and HSSE Departments the peace of mind that drills are not simple being ‘conducted’ but the crews involved are in a continual learning and development building process that extends beyond a drills conduct. The concept of ‘Mini Drills’ is also a key element in achieving this and is covered on course.

This program can also be tailored to meet the unique needs of any company using their own guidance or tools

 

TARGET AUDIENCE

Any personnel involved in the planning, coordination or umpiring of Emergency Drills and Exercises in either an Offshore or Onshore environment. Such as Site Safety Officers or Leaders

 

ATTENDEES

4 to 6

 

DURATION

2 Days

 

LOCATION

The purpose built Malaysian Emergency Response Service Centre (MERSC), Kuala Lumpur.

 

COMPETENCY VERIFICATION

Attendees are given the opportunity to conduct actual briefings and debriefings of various emergency drills with written feedback provided to them on areas identified for improvement from which to continue to develop in their own facilities.

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