Location

The Hawkhills

Easingwold, York

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Price from

£835

per person

exc. VAT

course length

2 Days

09:00 - 17:00

dates

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Course Information

Overview

In the event of an emergency, your evacuation procedure is paramount and if it’s your responsibility during a major incident, it is vital that you know what’s what.

Our course, written and delivered by experienced Practitioners, helps you to develop your plan of action, focusing on the roles and responsibilities of key responders. The course also covers community needs and how expectations can influence the evacuation process, along with methods of effective communication to ensure a swift and safe outcome. 

Set within a friendly and collaborative environment, this course concludes with a short exercise to assure you of your knowledge and give you the confidence to be more effective in your role, having developed the tools required to put in place flexible and scalable evacuation plans.

Who is This Course For?

If you are responsible for any aspect of emergency evacuation or shelter planning this course is an invaluable addition to your training. Due to the broad nature of emergencies the course has a diverse appeal drawing delegates from both the public and private sector. 

Aim & Objectives

Aim:

To provide delegates with a framework to develop the knowledge and tools required to put in place flexible and scalable evacuation plans.

Objectives:

By the end of this course you will be able to:

  • Explain the purpose of evacuation planning, set within the context of Integrated Emergency Management
  • Describe how risk assessment underpins local level planning for evacuation
  • Discuss the importance of understanding human factors and how they can influence the evacuation process
  • Outline key considerations relating to communication with the public prior to, during and following an evacuation
  • List the key components of a basic evacuation plan
  • Identify the specific roles and responsibilities required of responders during an evacuation
  • Describe the multi-agency escalation and de-escalation process for evacuation
  • Participate in a short exercise to prepare an outline evacuation strategy

Your Trainers

EPC Associates Who Deliver This Course

Benefits for Delegates

  • By the end of the course you will be able to explain the purpose of evacuation planning set within the context of Integrated Emergency Management, as well as how risk assessment underpins local level planning for evacuation

  • You will have discussed the importance of understanding human factors and how they can influence the evacuation process

  • Outline the key considerations relating to communication with the public prior to, during and following an evacuation and listed the key components of a basic evacuation plan

Benefits for Organisations

  • Ensure that your company has identified the specific roles and responsibilities required of responders during an evacuation

  • Know your team can implement the multi-agency escalation and de-escalation process for evacuation

  • Be assured that your evacuation plan has been tested and reviewed robustly by industry professionals

Select Your Course Type

At Your Venue From £2,750

  • Venue of your choice

  • 1 or 2 day options

  • From £2,750 exc. VAT

  • 8 - 16 delegates

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Training on this topic, designed and developed to meet your specific needs

  • Venue of your choice

  • Negotiable

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  • Max 200 delegates

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