ideas come from the chief warden

PUAFER006 Lead an emergency control organisation


Fire Warden only  $145 inc GST
Fire Extinguishers only $145 inc GST
Fire Warden & Chief Warden $248 Inc GST
Fire Warden & Extinguisher $248 Inc GST
Fire Extinguisher, Fire Warden, Chief Warden & Extinguisher $298 Inc GST

Register Here»

Note: Further discounts apply for multiple bookings from one organisation. If you have four or more trainees why not consider an onsite course (course outside of Melbourne may attract travel costs). Please call or email if you are unsure.

Teaching Methods:   Theory/Practical
Outcome:  Certificate (nationally accreditation)
Questions: (03) 9005 1767

The role of a chief fire warden is to coordinate a response to and emergency. Furthermore taking an active role in preparing the emergency control organisation and consulting with the emergency planning committee. The role shouldn’t be underestimated and one of the key components of the Chief fire warden is to provide effective leadership during emergency situations and during other activities in preparation for emergencies.

Note: To complete the Chief Fire Warden Course you must have a National Accreditation in General fire warden training (Operate as part of an emergency control organisation (PUAFER005). We must be able to verify this certificate with the RTO.
Register Here»

Element: Performance Criteria – Note this is only a summary and not directly from the unit of competency.
 1. Prepare for workplace emergencies
  • Identify possible workplace emergency situation
  • Gather detail on emergency situations including their characteristics and gather, assess, analyse and apply according to workplace emergencies
  • Identify typical workplace emergency situations and take action according to workplace emergency plan
 2. Apply command, control and coordination aspects of workplace emergency procedures
  • Initiate and emergency response in line with workplace emergency procedures
  • Considering the type of emergency response command control and coordinate the incident in line with workplace emergency procedures
  • Ensure arrangements are made for the safety of occupants
  • Arrange for the welfare of evacuated people during the emergency response and recovery
  • Ensure that all emergency response activities are performed prior to arranging for post-initial response activities
  • Assets are secured appropriately when safe to do so
  • In consultation with emergency services ensure that assessment of activities are identified and conducted
  • Activate initial recovery operations in line with workplace emergency management plan
 3. Command control and coordinate emergency reports signals and warnings
  • Correctly identify emergency signals reports and warnings and initiate a response
  • Take appropriate action to ensure that emergency stations are attended in line with emergency procedures and relevant standards
  • Emergency situations are assessed in accordance with emergency procedures
  • Command control and coordination is provided in accordance with workplace emergency procedures
 4. Coordinate reports and results of initial emergency response
  • Reports relating to the effects of the incident are received and sought
  • Account for all evacuated people in line with workplace emergency procedures
  • Analysis of the results of the report are determined according to workplace emergency procedures
 5. Conclude the incident
  • Actions are taken to ensure and appropriate all-clear is given to appropriate people
  • Information required for the debriefing is provided in a timely manner
  • Reporting is undertaken in accordance with workplace procedures


    Inquiry Form.

    Note: (No obligation) When you register we will notify you of all course in your area and there expected dates.

    Your Name (required):

    Your Email (required):

    Phone (optional):

    Preferred Date (optional):

    Course (optional):
    Prefered Location (optional):

    Victorian Location (optional):
    Melbourne Suburb A-K (Optional):

    Melbourne Suburb K-Z (Optional):

    Your Message: