Conduct and keep records of practice evacuation drills Know the location and

Conduct and keep records of practice evacuation

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- Conduct and keep records of practice evacuation drills. - Know the location and correct use of fire-fighting equipment. - Know the location and correct use of the fire alarm. - Check operation of smoke detectors quarterly. - Maintain records in the Fire and Evacuation Plan of any fire instruction provided to staff. Parents, Volunteers and Visitors. In addition to assisting in meeting the responsibilities set out for the Management Committee, Director and Staff, Parents and visitors must also: - Become and remain familiar with emergency exit points and the Centre’s Emergency Evacuation Procedures. - Sign-in if remaining in the Centre for any period of time (eg. when staying on roster). ii. Emergency Evacuation Procedure Should an emergency situation arise (i.e. Fire, gas leak, explosion), the following procedure should be followed: ° The Director, Teacher or closest adult rings the alarm. Upon hearing the alarm, children are to freeze and look to the nearest staff member or adult for direction. The Unit 1 Teacher takes children and other adults to the designated safe area (Aspley East State School via the BSBWHS401 Implement and monitor WHS policies, procedures and programs to meet legislative requirements V2-2020 Page 46 RTO Provider: 91153 - CRICOS Code: 02672K greenwichcollege. edu.au
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gate that links the Centre and that School) and assists children to gather in an orderly manner. The Director and Teacher Assistant checks the inside of the building and calls the fire brigade in the event of an actual emergency. A Teacher Assistant checks the outside of the building and, where practical, will use the fire equipment. A Teacher Assistant takes the Centre’s sign-in book and essential medications and joins children and others in the safe area. Children sit in the designated safe area. The roll is called to vouch for all children and adults. The Director liaises with Emergency services. Parents are contacted to collect children. iii. Use of Fire Extinguisher Remove the extinguisher from its bracket. Pull pin. Squeeze lever and direct discharge at base of fire. iv. Lock Down Procedures Ring BELL – Children look to nearest Staff Member for direction. Children to gather at western end of playroom (near kitchen). Sit on the Block Mat. Teacher Assistants will collect the rolls and lock the doors. If necessary trolleys will be used to create a visual barrier around the block mat area. Unit 1 Teacher to mark the roll. If necessary close the concertina door. Director to contact police and parents. Case Study 2 Jane Smith has been working at the local grocery store for the last 12 months. She had recently taken on a new role as the bakery supervisor and was eager to review the work activities and safety procedures. In preparing for the review, Jane considered how she would conduct the review and who she should speak with.
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