🚨 Score of 50 to 60:
Congratulation, you are doing a great job. Keep up the good work. You are mitigating risk associate with emergencies in the workplace and providing a safer workplace for your employees. You organisation should be complimented on this result.
🚨 Score of 41 to 49:
Well done. You seem to be complying with many parts of Australian Standard 3745-2010. Even so, there seems to be a few areas that require greater emphasis so employees are provided with a safe working environment.
Furthermore, a safe environment for anyone from the public who might enter your premises. It may be helpful to have an emergency management specialist coduct a brief review of your emergency management plan. Or obtain a copy of AS 3745-2010 and have the EPC conduct a review.
🚨 Score of 31 to 40:
You are kicking goal in many respects but further work is required. Compliance with AS 3745-2010 seems to be one of the key issue that is confronting your organisation. Employees may be provided with a safe working environment mostly, but it is unlikely this would be the case during major emergencies.
Your organisation would achieve real benefit from having an emergency manager provide a review of the emergency management plan and give feedback to the EPC/Senior management.
🚨 Score of 21 to 30:
Curently it seems like your are non compliant and a major review is required. Your organisation would achieve real benefit from having an emergency manager provide a review of the emergency management plan and give feedback to the EPC/Senior management.
You have indicated a lot of positives, but it is likely that some element of your emergency management plans will be almost unworkable.
🚨 Score of 0 to 20:
It would be very unlikely that your organisation would comply with health and safety legislation. And may be strongly critisised or even fined by an inspector if they conduct a review of your current compliance.
Where you are unsure how to proceed there would be great benefit in employing a senior emergency management consultant to start the process of effective emergency planning.
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