About this course

Overview

This course is designed for practitioners who need to work with Control of Major Accident Hazards (COMAH) Regulations.   Delegates will develop a solid understanding of the regulations and their implications for responder agencies.  They will explore the relationship between on-site and off-site COMAH plans and regulatory requirements, before moving on to the ‘how’ of writing and validating multi-agency off-site COMAH plans.

COMAH planning will be brought to life for delegates using case studies, table-top exercises and interactive group work, facilitated by a current and highly experienced COMAH practitioner.  The course offers a unique insight into COMAH planning and equips delegates with the key tools for writing, assessing and improving single and multi-agency plans.

Aim

To promote good practice in developing Emergency Plans for COMAH.

Objectives

  • Describe the main elements of COMAH regulations and associated requirements
  • Explain the multi-agency approach required to create effective COMAH plans
  • Draft COMAH plans
  • Identify the links between COMAH plans and other emergency planning activities

Who is This Course For?

This course fulfills the training needs of any individual working within a permanent or temporary event control environment, including (but not limited to) local authorities, emergency service personnel, event organisers and security specialists.

What's Included

  • 1 night's accommodation
  • Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • Dinner
  • Refreshments
  • Online training materials

Course Details & Booking

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