Who should attend?
Front-line managers and staff who work in the passenger transport sector, particularly those in light/heavy rail and bus/coach operators.
To raise the professional competence of people engaged in the planning for, response to, and the management of passenger transport emergency incidents.
By the end of this course, you will be able to:
explain the importance of your operator in a national and regional context
describe the regulatory framework and the moral expectations associated with emergency plans and procedures
describe the need for, and the contents of emergency incident plans and procedures
explain the roles and responsibilities, organisational structures and tactical functions implemented to successfully manage incidents
explain the importance of training and briefing.
National Occupational Standards for Civil Contingencies
AA1, AA2, AB1, AC1, AF1, AG1, AG2, AH1, AH2, MLA3, MLB2, MLB8, L6
AD1, AD2, AE1, AE3, AF2, AG4, ENTO HSS1, L6, L7, L10, L13, MLA1, MLA2, MLB1, MLB6, MLB9, MLB10, MLB11, MLD3, MLD4, MLD5, MLD9, MLD11, MLD12, MLE3, MLE8, MLE9, MLE11, MLF3, MLE9, MLF12, MVD1, MVD2, SFJ HG4
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