Emergency Evacuation Procedures and Eco

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Testing and Maintenance of Emergency Evacuation Procedures

ItemAction required & pass/fail
requirementFrequency of action
Monthly6 monthly12 monthly
Emergency plan INSPECT the emergency plan and check for relevancy to the facility.  Emergency
evacuation
equipment INSPECT the emergency evacuation equipment and check for compliance with the emergency plan.  Emergency
response
procedures INSPECT the emergency procedures and test for relevancy to the facility by conducting an evacuation exercise for a nominated incident covered by the emergency procedures.  Training INSPECT training records and check for compliance with the emergency plan  Evacuation

exercise INSPECT evacuation exercise records and check for compliance with the emergency plan.  Emergency
control
organization
(ECO) INSPECT the ECO list and check for compliance with the emergency plan. TEST the ECO for relevance to the facility by initiating an alarm and checking the response for compliance with the emergency procedures.




Emergency
response
diagrams INSPECT the emergency response diagrams for relevancy and check for compliance with the emergency plan.  Assembly
areas INSPECT the nominated assembly area(s) and test for relevance to the facility and compliance with the emergency plan

Q2) Define Emergency control organization (ECO) and outline the primary roles and responsibilities of the 6 key personnel. An Emergency control organisation (ECO) is a ‘structured organization that will initiate an appropriate response to emergency situations.’ The primary role of members of the ECO is to ensure that life safety takes precedence over asset protection. Each officer in the ECO shall have clearly defined duties and responsibilities, as follows: (a) Chief Warden - on becoming aware of an emergency, the chief warden shall take the following actions: (i) Ascertain the nature of the emergency and determine appropriate...
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