The Evacuation Management course will enable participants to contribute to the selection, planning, implementation and management of evacuation as a risk treatment strategy within an affected community.
2 Days, face to face training.
This course is applicable to employee and volunteer personnel working at a local, district or state level. Participants should have a management role in planning for evacuation; or conducting evacuation; or providing resource / functional area support to evacuation.
Participants are not formally assessed during the course.
On completion of this program, participants will be able to:
The organisation you nominate during enrolment may request information from OEM about staff or volunteers who undertake this course. The only information released by OEM will be your name and details relating to the course. All other personal details will not be released by OEM and will remain confidential. Your organisation collects this information to determine who, or the number of staff/volunteers, completes this training. Therefore, enrolment in this course is acknowledgement that this information can be released to the organisation you have nominated during registration.
The Welfare Services Functional Area delivers key welfare services to meet the immediate needs of disaster affected people (children, adults, and/or families) and administers Disaster Relief Grants for eligible applicants. The Key Welfare Services are defined as emergency accommodation, catering, personal support, material aid, immediate financial assistance and disaster relief grants.
The Emergency Operation Centre Concepts course covers the activities to support an emergency operation centre.
This course covers EOC functions, roles of staff, EOC standard operation procedures, applying the procedures and closing the EOC.