Incidents and emergencies can occur at any time, they can arise from a number of causes, and can have a significant impact on the University's operations. The procedures relating to each level of emergency response are documented in three different plans.Incident Response Plan (IRP)The IRP details the procedures for coordination between Security Services, Building Emergency Control Organisations (ECO) and the attending emergency services, and protocols for escalation to Emergency response.
The IRP will be tested regularly in accordance with the requirements of the Building Emergency Procedures.


This manual has been extensively revised and updated to address new challenges senior care facilities, including long-term care, assisted living and in-patient hospice, face outside the scope of traditional disaster planning. Response to incidents, which can be managed relatively quickly using local resources, possibly with the assistance of the Emergency Services. The EMC meets monthly and provides reports to the Senior Executive Group, the Safety and Risk Management Committee of Senate and the Central OHS Committee.Building Emergency ProceduresLocal Heads of Department are responsible for ensuring that building emergency procedures are implemented in accordance with the performance standards outlined in the Guidelines for Building Emergency Procedures.


Management of emergencies that usually involve intervention by the Emergency Services and require a greater level of coordination to address the wider implications.



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