To train personnel who are nominated as Site Incident Controllers (SIC) under the current UK COMAH requirements and regulations. This course is approved and accredited by the Joint Oil Industry Fire-fighting Forum (JOIFF).
To train personnel who are nominated as Site Incident Controllers (SIC) under the current UK COMAH and European SEVESO Regulations.
This accredited and certified training course equips participants with the skill knowledge and builds experience to undertake all the responsibilities of a SIC in the event of an emergency. In the UK this training also includes reference to the Joint Emergency Service Inter-operability Principles (JESIP) and the National Decision Model (NDM).
This course is accredited by the hazardous sector industry body ‘JOIFF’.
Key content covered on this course includes, but is not limited to:
- Emergency management principles
- The roles and responsibilities of the SIC
- Command and control
- Emergency response services liaison
- Personnel safety and casualty response
- Hazard understanding and safe area identification
- Emergency response best practice
- Effective team member management and communications
- Demonstrate competence in the role by means of assessment through scenario based exercises
This formally accredited course is suitable for personnel who are identified as or have been nominated as SICs in an emergency or protracted incident at a COMAH/SEVESO Site
When booked online this course is conducted at the Response Academy in Brunel House, Heather Lane, Hathersage, Derbyshire S32 1DP UK VIEW MAP
This course can also be delivered at your location and the information and scenarios tailored to your site and hazards, please make an enquiry below. (Please note: The travel and expenses for the delivery team will be charged in addition to the course costs when not delivered at a Response Academy location.)
There are a maximum of 5 delegate places per course, which includes an accredited assessor based assessment.
Please enquire (below) for options for courses at your location.