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Having Rescue and Retrieval Procedure can be the difference of life and death

Before any work commences either at extreme heights or any work situation where immediate or unrestricted access is not available to remove an injured person should an accident occur, you must have a written plan of action for the retrieval of injured persons

Emergency Response Procedures

It is vital to have an Emergency Response Procedure on place before you commence work.

If, and when an incident occurs, an adrenaline rush and panic can overcome a witness, or person discovering a trapped or injured person.

 In most cases time is of the essence. There are likely to be hazards and dangers surrounding an incident.  A hasty and unthought out rescue attempt can lead to further injury and incident.

A calculated plan, that has a systematic process that has also considered the potential hazards and the ways to control remove the hazards or reduce the risk to an acceptable level can be the difference between a successful rescue or a catastrophe.

Emergency Response Procedures
We have developed several different emergency procedures to help you plan for your next job. 

These are all included in the JSEAsy Safety Management Software Premium versions

These procedures can also be purchased individually as stand alone documents.

WHS Form 39 - Fall From Height - Emergency Response Procedure - if access equip on site
WHS Form 40 - Fall From Height - Emergency Response Procedure - No access equip on site
WHS Form 41 - EWP - Emergency Response Procedure
WHS Form 50 - First Aid risk assessment and procedure
WHS Form 68 Trench and Excavations Incident Emergency Response Procedure
WHS Form 69 Vehicle or Mobile Plant Rollover Emergency Response Procedure
Sample WHS  for Workplace Health and Safety