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Jim Cresp Emergency Planning Training

If you run a business and don't have an Australian Standard emergency plan in place then you run the risk of being liable if something goes wrong.

Jim Cresp Emergency Planning, Training and Management can develop an emergency plan for your business that will give you peace of mind, knowing that you have the proper procedures in place in the event of an emergency such as fire.

Jim will look into the emergency systems you have in place before writing an emergency and evacuation plan specific to your building. Jim will then produce emergency procedure manuals for staff and train staff to become fire wardens.

He will also prepare emergency diagrams for your building that will show staff where the fire extinguishers, fire equipment, hoses, exits and assembly areas are located.

Australian Standard (AS3745) requires regular training of Wardens and staff. Jim, who keeps an extensive database on all his clients, can look after the on-going training of staff and management of your emergency plan.

This involves making sure the current Warden list is kept up to date and includes recruiting new Wardens if people have left. Jim also conducts practical fire extinguisher training so staff are competent with extinguishers should the need arise.

Jim, who spent 20 years in the Metropolitan Fire Brigade before starting his own business, is a member of the Fire Protection Association of Australia. His work complies with Australian emergency standards and he'll travel anywhere within Victoria.

Don't hesitate, give Jim a call today on 03 9431 1463 or 0419 117 027. His postal address is PO Box 670, Eltham. He can also be emailed on jimcresp@bigpond.net.au

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