Writing Emergency Plans & Arrangements
Unexpected events can occur in all walks of like and can effect businesses, local authorities, hospitals, municipal buildings and local communities, to name just a few; not just those that are regarded as high hazard or risk businesses or companies.
The aim of this course is to enable attendees to prepare any type of emergency plan.
Topics covered in the course include:
- Single agency and multi-agency plans
- Plan structures
- Aide-memoires and action check lists
- Trigger points
- Chairing planning teams
- Problem Solving
- Creating Operational documents
- Agreeing the management of the response and identifying resources
Highlights of the course
- Provide experience in the creation of different types of emergency plan
- Small group delivery
- Supported by a course workbook which includes all training materials and handouts
- Improves employability
- Certificate of attendance from the University of Central Lancashire
Learning outcomes and aims
Level: Short Course, CPD
Delivery: Online and distance learning
Study Mode: Part time
Duration: Two days
Module code: PROT002
Start Date: Start dates are varied
No formal entry requirements are required but the course would benefit someone working in an appropriate area.
Fully developed and delivered by UK leading emergency and crisis management practitioners.
The team’s expertise comes from a wide range of backgrounds including the emergency services, local authorities, health authorities, the nuclear industry, COMAH sites, utilities, the military, port and aviation authorities, and academia.
This course is based in the School of Natural Sciences located in the Faculty of Science and Technology
For information on possible changes to course information, see our essential and important course information
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