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Occupational Safety & Health Division

Crisis Management & Drill

Duration: 2 Days Course ( 9.00am - 5.00pm )

Course introduction

This program is 2 - days programme specially tailored for participants who wish to enhance their understanding, knowledge & skill on the managing crisis and drill exercise for Emergency with integration of Fire Drill, Chemical Spillage, First Aid and Search & Rescue activities, etc.The Establishment of CRISIS MANAGEMENT SOP at workplace is part of ISO14001 & OHSAS18001 standard requirement. This training will help your management on the meeting the standard requirement, establish the CRISIS MANAGEMENT, CRISIS COMMUNICATION for ERP team, setting-up the procedure and understanding the risk of potential emergency at your workplace including skill of handling combine incidences such as Fire, Chemical Spill, First Aid and Search & Rescue.


Upon completion of the course, participants will be able to:

  • Determine crisis management & emergency needs
  • Prepare the Crisis Management Procedure &Plan
  • Consider other needs in Crisis Management
  • Understand the requirement of Crisis Management and equipments
  • Understand the MKN20 for crisis management
  • Determine the crisis communication & drill procedure
  • Drill activities in site and its preparation.
  • Communication to external emergencies support such as BOMBA, Rescue 911 (JPA3) and Police or ambulance.
  • Improve skill on crisis management outbreak.
  • On site drill activities observation and assessment.


  • Production/Line/Supervisor,
  • Safety Managers
  • Engineers/Executive
  • Emergency Response Team Members
  • Safety & Health Committee Members


Theory Session

  • Dynamic & highly engaging presentation
  • Interactive and fun
  • Attention-grabbing audio-visual aids, real scene photographs, video clips, multimedia presentation

Practical session

  • Hands-on experience
  • Participant centered


Certificate will be delivered to the client’s correspondence address. Without retraining, knowledge might be forgotten while skills may deteriorate rapidly when not being used / practiced. Therefore, yearly retraining is very much recommended.

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