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Emergency Response Drills Debriefing

Graham Marshall - Thursday, April 18, 2013
Organizations should ensure that they implement emergency-response drills appropriate to the potential risk within the individual workplace.

And after each emergency response drill, a suitable debriefing session with personnel allocated to emergency-response roles should be held.

Seek to identify gaps or potential weaknesses in the emergency planning process, and develop solutions to any identified problem areas.

Potential questions relevant to emergency response de-breifing include:

   Were all emergency response roles filled with competent personnel?

   Were surplus personnel available for each role?

   Did everyone know which role they were responsible for?

   Did anything unexpected happen?

   Was anyone required to perform a function outside of their designated role?

   What factors impeded time-efficiency?
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