issues to decide when contemplating
evacuation from a bushfire emergency.
Under what curcumstances will the dwelling be evacuated?
where will they be evacuated to?
3) Duties and responsibilities of person coordinating the
4) Is anyone to remain after with the dwelling after evacuation
The staff at BushfireSafe (Aust) Pty Ltd are highly trained in the
preparation and implemantation of
Emergency Control Organisation and Procedures in accordance with
3745-2002 for the safety of people in buildings, structures and
the workplace during emergencies.
Initial and ongoing training is undertaken by the trained staff
at BushfireSafe through
tailored site specific developed training
What is a Emergency Contol Organisation?
organisation for the control and safety of persons in an emergency
has two tiers;
1) Emergency Planning Committee (EPC)
2) Emergency Control Organisation (ECO)
example of the duties of the EPC are as follows:-
a) members are to meet on a regular basis to establish
b) establish and implement emergency plans and procedures;
c)ensure that personnel are appointed to all positions of the
An example of positions of a ECO;-
a) Chief Warden
b) Deputy Cheif Warden
c) Communications Officer
d) Area Wardens e) Wardens
For Further information
on the formation and roles and responsibilities of the EPC and
the ECO Contact BushfireSafe
Who is required to implement and maintain Emergency Control Orgaisation
Building owners, agents, occupiers, lessors and/or
their representatives should ensure
that leases cover the safety of occupants which include the obligations
for occupants to
participate in emergency planning and evacuation exercises and
aknowledge the authority
of the designated wardens in an emergency.
For all your Emergency Control Organisation and Procedure requirements
Sevices the professionals in planning and implementation of
appropriate control procedures for
all emergency situations.
Evacuation Planning and Procedures
BushfireSafe (Aust) Pty Ltd are leaders in the field of preparation
and implementation of pre-bushfire
planning procedures, bushfire evacuation planning and training for
the occupants in buildings
and businesses in bushfire prone areas.
Who requires Bushfire Evacuation Planning and Procedures?
persons with the responsible for the welfare of occupants and
visitors at their place of residence
or business in identified bushfire prone areas require the preparation
and implementation of appropriate bushfire evacuation planning
and procedures, (e.g private residences, businesses, hospitals
What is required for Bushfire Evacuation?
are various requirements that need to be
addressed depending on the size and type and the
particular use of the building and persons requiring evacuation
in a bushfire emergency. through a bushfire
hazard and threat analysis
BushfireSafe services trained personnel prepare an appropriate
bushfire evacuation plan tailored for your
For further information regarding the the preparation of Bushfire Evacuation Plans and Procedures
contact BushfireSafe Services the Bushfire Specialists.