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Emergency Planning


Emergency Planning

Service Summary

  • Are you prepared for an Emergency and compliant to Australia Standards?
  • Do the evacuation diagrams in your premises meet Australian Standard 3745-2010?
  • Are your diagrams meeting the Building Code of Australia?


In accordance with AS3745-2010 Planning for Emergencies in Facilities an emergency plan is compulsory to document all emergency procedures for a facility with detailed preparedness, prevention and response activities. This Standard was prepared by the Standards Australia Committee FP-017, Emergency Management Procedures, to supersede AS 3745—2002, Emergency control organization and procedures for buildings, structures and workplaces.

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The objective of this Standard is to enhance the safety of people in facilities, by providing a framework for emergency planning, utilizing the built facilities as appropriate.  The objective of this revision is to make a greater distinction between emergency plans and emergency/evacuation procedures. It also includes expanded and revised sections on—

(a) developing the emergency plan;
(b) the duties of the emergency planning committee and emergency control organization;
(c) provisions for occupants with a disability;
(d) education and training; and
(e) guidance on how to determine the size of the emergency control organization.

Emergency Planning is held on site and a Healthcorp representative will visit your facility to discuss, plan and prepare all essential requirements for compliance.  Healthcorp emergency planning can also incorporate emergency diagrams preparation with all essential compliance requirements in accordance with Australian Standard 3745-2010 (planning for emergencies in facilities). At Healthcorp we provide thoroughly planned and customised plans by our experienced consultants.  If required, Healthcorp are able to provide evacuation diagrams which are developed and drawn in-house by our CAD draftspersons.

All Emergency planning and preparation is facility (building) specific and takes into account such considerations as size, complexity and features of a building, security systems, number of occupants, hours of occupancy etc.

Under the AS3745-2010 ‘Planning for Emergencies in Facilities’ standard all Emergency Planning personal (EPC & ECO) require updated training as recommended at 6 monthly intervals plus a compulsory annual emergency evacuation drill is to be fully planned and completed for each and every facility within Australia.  Healthcorp can assist with all aspects of preparation, planning and execution of all Emergency Planning requirements.

Once your Emergency Planning contract is finalised – Healthcorp will email each client a comprehensive outline of all the elements and activities planned for your business to fulfill your Emergency Planning requirements.