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Hospitality Industry: Emergencies Checklist (Australia) Mobile App

The Hospitality Industry: Emergencies Checklist (Australia) mobile app covers: What should your new employee know about? What resources are available? What planning and preparation is required? This app, as well as many of our great Hospitality apps, provide guidance regarding key training topics and minimum levels of OHS skills and knowledge, establishing a structured framework for planning and presenting on-the-job training, supporting the development of comprehensive organisational health and safety training courses, and assisting in the development of an employee’s competency achievement or progress record.

  • Lendlease
  • The Cooperative
  • PG&E
  • oxy
  • Red Bull
  • Mirvac

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    1. Types of emergencies that can occur and what the employee should do

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    2. Organisational evacuation procedures

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    3. Responsibilities and role of key people in the workplace (including supervisors and fire warde...

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    4. Employee’s responsibility to people other than employees in the event of an emergency, (includ...

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    5. Type and location of emergency equipment and what the employee should do

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    • Your organisation’s emergency procedures

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    • Emergency management consultants (if applicable)

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    • WorkCover NSW, Worksafe Australia, your unions and industry associations may have relevant info...

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    • Other government departments, statutory authorities and non-government organisations including ...

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    Research your workplace requirements and ensure that emergency contact details, plans and maps ar...

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    Explain and provide a copy of the evacuation plan and maps (including exits and assembly areas).

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    Conduct and involve all employees in emergency drills or rehearsals.

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    Make arrangements for, or provide more detailed training about the use of emergency equipment (eg.

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