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Evacuation

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Transcript of Evacuation

EVACUATION TRAINING - OAK PARK AQUATIC CENTRE
Todays Session:
-Formal Oak Park Induction
-Emergency management plan
-Area specific evacuation checklist
-Mock Evacuation
-Out of water Scenarios
During this evacuation training, could you please sign off each part of criteria as we go through it
EMERGENCY CODES
What are they?
CODE RED
Code type : Fire and Smoke
Examples: Fire & Bushfire
CODE ORANGE
Code type : Evacuation
Examples: Evacuation (general)
CODE PURPLE
Code type : Bomb threat
Examples: Bomb threat & Suspicious mail and packages
CODE BLUE
Code type : Medical Emergency
Examples: Anaphylaxis management, Falls from heights, Disease outbreak, Spinal rescue, Aquatic Rescue & Medical Emergency
CODE YELLOW
Code type : Internal Emergency
Examples: Chemical spill, Power failure/blackout, Flood (from internal source), Gas leak, Confined space emergency, Building collapse/structural damage, Explosion, Aquatic overcrowding, Aquatic water quality / aquatic chemical irregularity, Aquatic line of sight, Aquatic water clarity, Asbestos emergency, Utility interruption/shutdown, Aquatic disorderly behaviour & Lift entrapment
CODE BLACK
Code type : Personal Threat
Examples: Hold-up/Assault, Hostage situation, Centre lockdown, Room lockdown (children’s services) & Personal Threat
CODE BROWN
Code type : Extrenal Emergency
Examples: Earthquake, Flood (from external source), Lightning, Motor vehicle accident & Storms
OUTSIDE OF HOURS EMERGENCIES
What do you do?
Incident Occurs out of Hours
If an incident occurs outside of normal working hours then any persons or employee in the building at the time of the incident shall:

-Activate the Emergency Warning System and contact the Emergency Services 000 (if safe to do so) by any available means.

-Notify others in the facility or in the area (if safe to do so)

-Leave the area and the building via the emergency exits

-Do not return until directed to do so by emergency services.
EVACUATION POINTS
Primary
Secondary
Primary Assmbly Area - Front entrance - Front Oval
Secondary Assembly Area - Side Gate (DM keys) - Back Oval
Designated responsibility: Chief Warden
WARDEN RESPONSIBILITIES
What are they?
Staff roles in an emergency
Duty Manager - CHIEF WARDEN
Respond and take control, as appropriate
Ascertain the nature of an emergency and determine appropriate action
Ensure emergency services has been notified
Notify all emergency wardens
Initiate evacuation
Ensure the progress of the evacuation and any action required
Brief emergency services
Life Guard - AREA WARDEN
If the chief warden cannot perform their duties, the deputy chief warden will take on the role of the chief warden.

Implement the emergency procedures for their floor area
Check and clear all rooms in the direct area
Communicate any difficulties to the chief warden
Confirm all areas have been evacuated to the chief warden
KEY Responsibilities
Chief Warden
The Chief warden will be responsible for contacting emergency services.

Group Supervisors (Aq ed or Group fitness)
Act as a leader of groups moving to nominated assembly areas
EVACUATION PROCESS
Emergency Occurs
In the event of an emergency, the first observer alerts others in the area. Area Warden or other staff must inform the Duty Manager / Centre Supervisor (Chief Warden).

Chief Warden will ensure the appropriate emergency service is contacted.
Collect Equipment
The Chief Warden (DM) makes the decision to evacuate the Centre, and communicates with all Area Wardens regarding the nature of the emergency and action required.

Area Wardens collect Evacuation Checklists, relevant equipment, and communicate with all staff in their area.

Chief Warden should be based in reception or other safe central area as much as possible.
Stay calm; do not run; follow checklist
All staff to remain calm & assertive – prevent panic and do not yell out orders.

Using the Evacuation Checklists (see appendices), Area Wardens & other staff are to evacuate their areas using the nearest safe exits, and check in with the Chief Warden before exiting the Centre.
Check & Disperse
Evacuation
Preparation
Assemble
In the assembly area, program staff (e.g. aquatic education, crèche, school groups) checks numbers & class lists. Anyone missing should be immediately reported to the Chief Warden.

All staff to assist with crowd control and administering any first aid required.

Before patrons are allowed to leave, staff must record all patron names, addresses and phone numbers on the Evacuation Record.
Recognition
EVACUATION PROCESS
Emergency Occurs
In the event of an emergency, the first observer alerts others in the area. Area Warden or other staff must inform the Duty Manager / Centre Supervisor (Chief Warden).

Chief Warden will ensure the appropriate emergency service is contacted.
Collect Equipment
The Chief Warden (DM) makes the decision to evacuate the Centre, and communicates with all Area Wardens regarding the nature of the emergency and action required. *

Area Wardens collect Evacuation Checklists, relevant equipment, and communicate with all staff in their area.

Chief Warden should be based in reception or other safe central area as much as possible.
Stay calm; do not run; follow checklist
All staff to remain calm & assertive – prevent panic and do not yell out orders.

Using the Evacuation Checklists (see appendices), Area Wardens & other staff are to evacuate their areas using the nearest safe exits, and check in with the Chief Warden before exiting the Centre.
Check & Disperse
Evacuation
Preparation
Assemble
In the assembly area, program staff (e.g. aquatic education, crèche, school groups) checks numbers & class lists. Anyone missing should be immediately reported to the Chief Warden.

All staff to assist with crowd control and administering any first aid required.

Before patrons are allowed to leave, staff must record all patron names, addresses and phone numbers on the Evacuation Record.
Recognition
AFTER EVACUATING
Check & Disperse
Evacuation
Preparation
Recognition
DEBRIEF
Follow up with good reports
All staff involved in the evacuation must complete an independent report on the procedure and attend a de-briefing session to discuss the incident.

Critical Incident Stress Counselling will be made available to all staff involved in the incident should the need arise.
Refer to work instruction for the Public Address System.

PA system is located in the office area, during an emergency the Chief Warden will need to initiate the evacuation announcement.

Work instruction will be located next to the PA system and in the emergency management manual
Public Address System
Hand Held Radio
COMMUNICATION PROCESSES
OMG.....
When does this
end?!
NOW!
Area Specific Check List Walk though
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