17279
Demonstrate knowledge of the coordinated incident management system (CIMS 2)

People credited with this unit standard are able to: describe the role and purpose of CIMS;

and demonstrate knowledge of the elements, terminology, and structure of CIMS;

and of the incident control procedures in CIMS operating environments.
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16804
Conduct non-technical workplace audits on emergency equipment

and systems

This unit standard is for people in the workplace who are responsible for the operation of

emergency equipment and systems through inspection and compliance audits.

They may hold the position of Workplace Fire and Emergency Manager or a similar management position.

People credited with this unit standard are able to:

conduct audits of workplace emergency equipment and systems to systematically identify compliance

and report and record on audits of emergency equipment and systems.
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16805
Manage workplace emergency prevention processes

This unit standard is intended for people in the workplace who have the role of Workplace Fire

and Emergency Manager or a similar management position.

People credited with this unit standard are able to: inspect and report on emergency prevention processes

and manage the performance of fixed fire and emergency protection equipment and installations.

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16809
Coordinate workplace emergency protection activities
This unit standard is for people in the workplace who are required to coordinate the repair

and maintenance of emergency protection systems on a planned and as required basis.

People credited with this unit standard are able to: plan protection activities of workplace

emergency protection systems; conduct remedial inspections of workplace emergency protection systems

and communicate workplace emergency protection system disruptions.

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16945
Analyse the fundamentals of human behaviour in fire conditions
People credited with this unit standard are able to: determine fire cue identifications;

analyse the range of probable human responses to fire cues;

and describe the actions of self-preservation and social interaction in life threatening situations

and situations of critical stress.

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22445
Describe the roles and functions of a CIMS Incident Management

Team (IMT) at an incident (CIMS 4)
People credited with this unit standard are able to describe: the interrelated functions of

the coordinated incident management system (CIMS) model;

the incident controller's responsibilities at an incident; and the role and function of the operations manager,

the planning/intelligence manager, and the logistics manager at an incident.

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22446
Perform the planning/intelligence function in an

Incident Management Team (IMT)

People credited with this unit standard are able to: plan the intelligence response and prepare

an initial situation report for an incident; implement incident action planning process at an incident;

maintain an incident action plan (IAP); manage the planning/intelligence units in response to the incident requirements; and develop and implement the demobilisation plan for the conclusion of an incident.
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22447
Perform the operations management function in an

Incident Management Team (IMT)

People credited with this unit standard are able to: plan the operations tactical response for an incident; communicate objectives and allocate tasks in accordance with the incident action plan (IAP);

manage and supervise operations at an incident; and manage post-response activities.
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22448
Perform the logistics management function in an

Incident Management Team (IMT)

People credited with this unit standard are able to: plan the logistics response for an incident;

manage logistics resource requirements and tasks at an incident;

manage the logistics support units activated for the incident response;

maintain the logistics support units of an IMT; and manage demobilisation of the logistics support units

and conclude logistics coordination activities.
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16810
Develop a Workplace Emergency Management Plan

People credited with this unit standard are able to: develop the purpose, strategies,

and goals for organisational workplace emergency management planning;

establish workplace emergency management planning focus group(s) and enlist specialist advice;

establish critical success factors and identify risks in workplace emergency management planning;

write a Workplace Emergency Management Plan

and present the Workplace Emergency Management Plan for organisational approval

and manage its integration with policy and planning.
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22449

Manage an Incident Management Team (IMT) response

People credited with this unit standard are able to: conduct an assessment of the incident;

establish an IMT and control systems in response to the nature of the incident;

initiate and approve an incident action plan (IAP); manage an IMT

and manage post-incident activities.
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22450
Control and Co-ordinate a multi-incident response

This unit standard is intended for response coordinators and statutorily designated controllers

in the context of key emergency legislation.

Both positions are responsible for coordinating the activities of two or more incidents

and/or in situations where there is potential for two or more incidents.

People credited with this unit standard are able to: analyse the multi-incident situation; identify,

evaluate, and select coordinated strategies in response to the incidents;

establish and maintain coordination measures

and manage post-incident operational response coordination activities.





Fire Rescue First Response provide training and consultancy in Workplace fire and emergency response.

We assist companies to write and implement their Workplace Emergency Response Plans and assist with registration of these plans with

the New Zealand Fire service.

We will provide you with a Fire Evacuation report and leave you with the peace of mind that your staff or tenants have the knowledge

to evacuate to safety.

Fire Rescue First Response provide the following Unit Standards

in Workplace Emergency Risk Management.


Workplace Emergency Risk Management

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