CEPP 400: Emergency Response Planning for Mid to High Rise Buildings
Create emergency response plans that don’t just sit on the shelf in binders!
We will train you how to create all hazard emergency plans that are comprehensive and skills based. Using our proprietary format, you will create a robust emergency response plan that will meet NFPA 1600, OSHA and Fire Code standards. You will learn how to create or energize your internal safety team, develop or strengthen your own emergency response plan, recruit and train your floor warden teams and prepare your occupants for any hazard, both natural (extreme weather) or man made (active shooter).
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People responsible for creating emergency plans for the building.
This should include the people responsible for facility maintenance, fire safety, emergency procedures, evacuation plans and drills, employee training and response procedures, hazard communication, and emergency response team formulation. These people would lead the building’s internal safety team in developing and carrying out its emergency procedures.
This particular training is designed for buildings that are 4 stories or more.
Cost: $600 for 8 hour training and access to standardized planning documents
Location: Denver, CO
(Exact location will be sent with confirmation details after registration.)
Nov 16, 2017
Please contact Pat Williams, Executive Director of CEPP at email@example.com with any questions.
Benefits of Training
Protect Lives and Property
Strengthen Your Emergency Response Plans
Work Towards Fire Code and NFPA 1600 Requirements
Create and Train Your Own Volunteer Emergency Response Team (VERT)
Prepare Tenants and Occupants for All Hazards
Protect Brand and Reputation
Overview of Fire Codes and Inspection Items
A complete description of what information needs to go in your emergency plans, to include how to create a Building Information Card and plans that will aid first responders and improve response time in your building
How to conduct a Hazard Analysis for your building
How to train your floor warden teams more effectively
How to train your occupants to be more prepared