Emergency Control Organisation
Terms and conditions apply.
This course is designed for people who are required to take on the responsibilities of the Emergency Control Organisation (ECO) in the event of an incident or emergency. The objective is to provide the knowledge required to ensure the safety, health and well-being of staff and visitors during an emergency situation.
Course ID: LED-FUND-08
Throughout this course, you are provided with information and instruction to ensure your workplace is prepared. This includes links to key regulatory documents and templates for:
- Setting SMART Goals
- Personal Emergency Evacuation Plans (PEEPs)
- Emergency Control Organisation Poster
- Visitor Register
- Emergency Management and Recovery Plan
- Emergency Procedure Poster
- Emergency Plan
- Bomb Extortion Checklist
- Emergency Evacuation Practice Record
- Emergency Response Safe Work Instruction
- Mock Emergency JSA
This course has been developed in alignment with PUAWER005B Operate as Part of an Emergency Control Organisation and AS 3745-2010 Planning for emergencies in facilities and AS 3745-2010:AMD:2:2018.
- Explain why an organisation has ECO training and why we prepare for emergencies.
- Identify types of emergencies in the workplace.
- Identify members of an Emergency Control Organisation.
- Explain a standard fire drill procedure.
- Explain the correct procedure to operate a Fire Extinguisher.
Designed for: Persons appointed to become members of the Emergency Control Organisation, including a Chief Fire Warden, Fire Warden, Communications Officer and First Aid Officer.
Pre-requisites: Anyone who has a sound understanding of the English language can complete this course. This course is in English.
Nominal Duration: 1 hour of asynchronous, self-paced learning. This includes time to undertake forum activities and assessments. As this bundle is self-paced, you can take as little, or as long as you like, within the enrolment period of 365 days. Complete this in your own time and at your own pace with the assistance of course forums, online chat and email.
Depth of Learning: Advanced Beginner, based on the Dreyfus Model of Skills Acquisition.
- Introduction & Overview
- Legal Requirements
- Emergency Planning Committee (EPC)
- Emergency Control Organisation (ECO)
- Emergency Plans and Procedures
- Roles and Responsibilities
- Course Completion
Assessment: Yes. Written online assessment containing short response, multiple-choice based questions.
Certification: Yes, Certificate of Completion issued by the Asset Management Learning Academy. This training is not nationally recognised.
Author: Asset Management Learning Academy
Version: 3.0 Published 07/01/2022
Course Code: LED-FUND-08
Technical Requirements: Our e-learning modules run in a web browser and should work across most platforms as our courses are responsive. It is recommended to have a PDF viewer, Internet Browser, Internet connection (i.e. broadband), 2 monitors and speakers.
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Cyclic review statement: All courses are reviewed periodically or at a minimum annually in accordance with our internal cyclic review process. This process ensures our courses remain relevant and current. This review is inclusive of content review and consideration of learner feedback received since the period of the last review.
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