Coordinate Incident Response (PMA Unit)

ERGT Australia

This unit is part of the Chemical, Hydrocarbons and Refining Training Package. It overs the skills and knowledge required to coordinate the response to off-shore or on-shore incidents. An incident is an event which causes, or could have caused, injury or illness; damage to plant, material or the environment; disruption to production or public alarm. It applies to personnel in incident coordinator/commander, incident control centre team member or similar roles who are required to minimise the escalation of the incident, allocate resources and assets, plan tactical responses, communicate with the incident response team, interact with external agencies required to assist with the emergency, and gather information about the incident.

Entry Requirements:

No minimum education

Subjects you can Study:

Assess the situation and determine priorities; Manage incident control centre; Liaise with internal management and support structures; Ensure communications systems are effective; Conclude and review incident activities.

Campus ATAR/OP Mid Year Intake Study Mode Duration
Altona No info No
East Arm No info No
Jandakot No info No
Established in 1994, ERGT Australia is a Registered Training Organisation that offers short courses in emergency response, incident and crisis management, and safety skills training for the oil and gas, mining, maritime, aviation and industrial sectors.

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