THE EMERGENCY RESPONSE PLANNING AND WRITING 2017 WORKSHOP

Intensive Workshop on June 22nd  - 23rd,  2017

 

The Emergency Management Plan Writing workshop is designed to help participants develop an emergency management plan for their agency or organization. The instructor will interact with participants to help them develop individual emergency management plan components. This workshop will concentrate on the actual “nuts & bolts” of what it takes to write emergency action procedures and comprehensive emergency management plan components.


The actions taken in the initial minutes of an emergency are critical. A prompt warning to employees to evacuate, shelter or lockdown can save lives. A call for help to public emergency services that provides full and accurate information will help the dispatcher send the right responders and equipment. An employee trained to administer first aid or perform CPR can be lifesaving. Action by employees with knowledge of building and process systems can help control a leak and minimize damage to the facility and the environment.

Participants are encouraged to bring with them a section from their existing emergency/crisis management plan for discussion and further development during the workshop. If you do not have a plan yet, no problem! You will start to develop one while completing this workshop.

 

The instructor will walk students through the process of organizing and consolidating existing policies, procedures and protocols into a comprehensive crisis management plan. You will also receive handouts and digital files which will provide you with take-home information as you continue to develop your document beyond the workshop.

 

Throughout this workshop, participants will work with the instructor to develop consensus opinions on particular plan components for each of their plan document sections.

 

Participants in this workshop may bring with them a laptop computer with Microsoft Word, Adobe Reader and digital copies of their emergency action procedures, emergency management plans or plan components with which they are having difficulties.

 

The Topic of Training:

Session 1: Introduction And Objectives Of The Emergency Response Plan And Emergency
                   And Crisis Communication Workshop.
Session 2: Objectives And Scope Of Emergency Plans And Preparing To Provide Information
                   To The Public.
Session 3: Emergency Response Crisis Plan Structure And Development.
Session 4: A Good Emergency Plan Should.
Session 5: Incident Communications, Emergency Communication And Reporting.
Session 6: Continuity Planning; Knowing What To Do After An Emergency Is Also Important
                   For Your Business. This Is Called A Continuity Plan.
Session 7: Describe Your Company Responsibilities Within The Regulatory Framework
                   Governing Crisis Management.
Session 8: Developing Emergency Action Procedures.
Session 9: Open Discussion On Plan Components Developed During The Workshop & Q/A.

 

What You Will Learn 

At the end of this training course, you will learn to:

o    What should be considered when writing a plan.
o    What belongs in an emergency management plan.
o    How the plan is best organized.
o    How to consolidate your existing policies, procedures and contact lists into a finished
      comprehensive crisis management plan.
o    How to develop consensus while you develop the plan.
o    Detailed instructions on how to consolidate and organize emergency contact information
      for use in an emergency.
o    How to maintain, update and distribute the final plan document.
o    Train personnel so they can fulfill their roles and responsibilities.
o    Facilitate exercises to practice your plan.
o    What should be considered when writing a plan.
o    What belongs in an emergency management plan.
o    How the plan is best organized.
o    How to consolidate your existing policies, procedures and contact lists into a finished
      comprehensive crisis management plan.
o    How to develop consensus while you develop the plan.

 

OUR WORKSHOP LEADER:

Mr. Sarawut Chenchom / Project Safety, Security Health & Environment Manager (SSHEM) for Gas Separation Plant, Petrochemical Plant Power Plant, Other Construction Project

 

Mr. Sarawut Chenchom is more than 25 years of hands on and study experiences with construction and project controls, process and plant construction leadership. Well organization and detail oriented as a Supervisor Project Security, Safety Health & Environment Manager (Project SSHE Manager). Safety Operation and control Hazardous Waste and spill controls, all aspects, HAZOP, Qualitative Risk Assessment team Fire and environment Operations. Quality Control, Quality Analysis for new Construction Plant, Expansions, Debottleneck and other project in the Map Tha Phut Thailand.

 

About His Safety Construction Experiences:

Gas Separation Plant Project , Petrochemical Plant Project , Administration Complex Project, Power plant Hydride Technology Plant Project , King river park project , Expansion Plant Project , Debottleneck Project , Cluster Flare Project , New Boiler Project , Central Laboratory Project , Byproduct Value Added Project , Convert Heavy Gas To Olefins Plant Project Olefins, Polymer Facility & Construction Plant Project. The Cogeneration Power Plant.

 

Relevant Experiences:
Excellence written and Oral Communication, Strong, Management and Supervision Skills, Training and Employee Safety Programs, Procedure, Technical Writing and Drawing, Fire Fighting Chemical Release Control Skills, Bilingual, Read and write/ Thai., Computer Literate with Windows 2010 with Microsoft Application.

 

 

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