Fire Safety Adviser (FSA) Training – QLD only
We offer Fire Safety Adviser training to building occupiers. This training provides participants with the skills and knowledge to carry out the duties of the Fire Safety Adviser, such as developing risk management strategies and advising on the emergency planning process.
As of 1 July 2009, under the Queensland Building Fire Safety Regulation 2008, all high occupancy buildings are legally required to appoint a Fire Safety Adviser.
Completion of this course not only satisfies the training requirements for the ‘Fire Safety Adviser’ role under the Queensland Building Fire Safety Regulations 2008, but also meets the nationally accredited units of competency listed below.
Wormald Australia Pty Ltd RTO Code: 2839
Nationally Accredited Units of Competency:
- PUAWER001B - Identify, prevent and report potential workplace emergency situations
- PUAWER002B - Ensure workplace emergency prevention procedures, systems and processes are implemented
- PUAWER003B - Manage and monitor workplace emergency, procedures, equipment and other resources
- PUAWER004B - Respond to workplace emergencies
- PUAWER005B - Operate as part of an emergency control organization
- PUAWER006B - Lead an emergency control organization
- PUAWER007B - Manage an emergency control organization
- PUAWER008B - Confine small workplace emergencies
Target Audience: Owners/managers of a high occupancy building (High occupancy is classified as 30 or more employees; a Class 2 or 3 building that is more than 25m in height; or a Class 4 building and an at risk licensed premises, as nominated by the Commissioner).
Duration: 2 Days
Location: Wormald Brisbane office (Murarrie).
Availability: This course is available QLD only
- Understand the role and responsibilities of the Fire Safety Adviser
- Develop an understanding of the Legislation pertaining to fire safety
- Identify fire safety installations/equipment in a building
- Develop an awareness and understanding of maintenance and records pertaining to fire safety
- Develop risk management strategies
- Understand the emergency planning process
- Understand the role and responsibilities of emergency control organisation members
- Understand the role and functions of the emergency planning committee
- Operate fire extinguishers
- Conduct and evaluate evacuation exercises and fire drills