Emergency Preparedness & Response
The Emergency Preparedness & Response training programme is formally endorsed by the National Skills Academy for Nuclear (NSAN). It is aimed at those in a public or private sector business operating within the Civil Nuclear Industry, who have managerial or decision making responsibilities in the organisation's emergency structure.
This programme is intended to build on the learning provided by the JESIP website, providing the context to the various elements of the principles. The programme achieves this by sharing emergency services national best practice in a delivery programme that has been designed to meet the bespoke needs of the Civil Nuclear Industry. To this end the programme is delivered by experienced former emergency services commanders who understand the idiosyncrasies of the emergency arrangements of the industry.
The intended outcome of the training programme is that the learner will have the skills and ability to work in a seamless partnership with the police and other blue light services responding to a site safety or security event.
Successful completion of this training programme offers the business supporting evidence that they have Suitably Qualified and Experienced Persons (SQEP) to regulatory bodies such as the Office for Nuclear Regulation (ONR).
The programme is split into three separate modules:
Module 1 is delivered over one day of contact time (8 hours) in a training room environment and will provide the opportunity to become competent in using the Joint Decision Model (JDM) in challenging decision making scenarios.
Aim: The aim of this module is to develop incident management and decision making skills.
Module 2 is delivered over an anticipated 6 hour distance learning package that provides learners the opportunity to further practice use of the JDM.
Aim: The aim of this module is to develop incident management and decision making skills by means of a distance learning package.
Module 3 is delivered over one day of contact time (8 hours) in a training room environment and deals with the practicalities of interoperability, working alongside the blue light services during a site based emergency. It also addresses record keeping and the post incident or consequence phase (when the investigation into the serious incident commences).
Aim: The aim of this module is to identify Incident Management vulnerabilities and share interoperability good practice, develop record keeping skills, and develop an awareness of the post incident managerial issues.
The full training programme will take 2 days in a training room environment plus the 6 hours distance learning to complete.
Class size: up to 12 delegates
COURSE FEES INCLUDE
The Emergency Preparedness & Response training programme includes: