Unit 009, Outcome 9.3

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9.3

3.1. Identify non medical incidents and emergencies that may occur in the work setting

- Non medical incidents and emergencies that may occur in work settings could be a fire, a flood or a lack of electricity/water/gas/heat.

3.2.A. Outline the actions to take in response to in the following situations; fire

- If there was a fire in your nursery setting, you would have to do the simple fire drill. If you discover the fire, you would have to raise the alarm. Once you have raised the alarm, you would have to immediately evacuate the building using the nearest safe exit, someone would have to pick up the register on the way out. Staff would lead the children out in a nice straight line and you would go to the designated assembly point. The manager would then check all areas in the building (toilets, staff room, baby changing area, sleep room, play areas) etc to check there is no other children in the building. You would close all doors behind you and dial 999 and ask for the fire service. Whilst waiting for the fire service you would check the register to make sure you have all your children. If the fire was only small, you could attempt to put it out. If it was too dangerous to put out, you would leave it and evacuate ASAP with all the children in a single fire.

3.2.B. Outline the actions to take in response to in the following situations; security incident

- If there was a security incident in your nursery there is a procedure you have to take.

3.2.C. Outline the actions to take in response to in the following situations; emergency incident

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