Australian National University Emergency Plan



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Australian National University
Emergency Plan
CBE Building 26C

Copland Building 24

Crisp Building 26

Hanna Neumann Building 21

Moran Building 26B

Arndt Building 25A
May 2016
These procedures are based upon AS 3745 – 2010

Planning for emergencies in facilities

EMERGENCIES


For life threatening emergencies dial


From an internal phone dial



0-000


ANU Security can be reached by dialling

612 52249


Press 1 for emergencies

Press 2 for all other enquires

Table of Content



1.0 Purpose 5

2.0 Emergency Planning Committee (EPC) 5

2.1 Responsibilities 5

2.2 Members 6

2.3 Meetings 6

2.4 CBE EPC membership 6

Chief Warden (Building 26C) – Linda Parker 6

Chief Warden (Copland, Crisp, Hanna Neumann and Moran Buildings) – Gail McNamara 6

Chief Warden (Arndt Building) – Susanna Pietrzak 6

Building Custodian (Building Operations) – Andrew Churches 6

ANU Fire Safety Officer – Mark Pritchard 6

College WHS Committee member - 6

College H&S representative – Linda Parker and Drew Treasure 6

3.0 EMERGENCY CONTROL ORGANISATION (ECO) 7

3.1 PRIMARY ROLES AND DUTIES 10

3.2 Hierarchy and identification 13

3.3 Resources required by members of the ECO Team 14

4.0 Emergency Identification 14

4.1 Rating the risk of an emergency 14

Risk Assessment Matrix 15

Measures of Consequence 15



Likelihood x Consequence 15

Risk rating 16

Emergency Response Procedures Required 16

Training required 16

Controls 16

Responsible person for implementation of controls 16

4.2 Evacuation Exercises 18

4.3 Evacuation Procedures 18

5.0 General Safety Requirements 18

6.0 General Building Information 19

6.1 Building Familiarity 19

6.2 Emergency Exits 19

6.3 Emergency Lighting 19

6.4 Air Conditioning 19

6.5 Fire Safety Systems & Equipment 19

6.6 Fire Alarm 19

6.7 Fire Fighting Equipment 20

1.0 Purpose 4

2.0 Emergency Planning Committee (EPC) 4

2.1. Responsibilities 4

2.2. Members 5

2.3. Meetings 5

3.0 EMERGENCY CONTROL ORGANISATION (ECO) 6

3.1 PRIMARY ROLES AND DUTIES 9

3.2. Hierarchy and identification 11

3.3. Resources required by members of the ECO Team 12

4.0 Emergency Identification 12

4.1 Rating the risk of an emergency 12

4.2 Evacuation Exercises 15

4.3 Evacuation Procedures 15

5.0 General Safety Requirements 15

6.0 General Building Information 16

6.1 Building Familiarity 16

6.2 Emergency Exits 16

6.3 Emergency Lighting 16

6.4 Air Conditioning 16

6.5 Fire Safety Systems & Equipment 16

6.6 Fire Alarm 16

6.7 Fire Fighting Equipment 17


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