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Emergency Arrangements Course

This course will be of interest to anyone who is responsible for emergency arrangements within their organisation - predominantly focussed on industry and private sector

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The aim is to provide delegates with an understanding of the requirements needed to develop compliant and effective arrangements

Dates: two courses 27th 28th February or 11th and 12th June 2020

Times: 09:00 - 17:00 hours

Venue: The Heath Conference Centre Runcorn, Cheshire WA7 4NH

This is an open course where delegates are likely to be from different organisations. Arrangements can be made to deliver bespoke internal courses - in full or for selected topics


(Full course content overleaf and will include a short Table-Top exercise)

Examples of approved practice with templates & tools are supplied as part of the course materials



Dave Dowling MEd BSc (Hons) MCMI MIFireE MICPEM EPS Tech-IOSH UK-AFI

Dave has operated in the field of emergency management for over thirty years, developing a high level of expertise in dealing with a wide variety of incidents / emergency situations at Operational, Tactical and Strategic levels; planning and delivering minor / major multi-agency exercises involving safety accidents, hostile acts and transport incidents; conducting accident and fire investigation including fatal incidents; supporting an organisation to recover from a major incident involving fatalities and loss of assets; developing internal and external (on and off-site) emergency plans for high-hazard industry; attending and participating in national forums and working groups, associated with emergency arrangements; developing and delivering training for a wide range of topics in creative and efficient formats

Contact Dave Dowling for more information or to book a place

email: / mob: 07770532337

Please confirm your place on one for the courses as soon as possible to guarantee attendance

The course content, listed below, is linked with specific Civil Contingencies Act (CCA) National Occupational Standards (NOS) where the ‘community’ focus is extended to the industry context



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