Emergency Plans

Emergency Management Plans

Emergency Management Plans provide the guidance and instruction required to ensure the safety of occupants during an emergency. Emergency Management Plans are required in all workplace buildings and facilities to meet regulations and standards.

Statcom’s emergency management team are specialists in the development of tailored site specific emergency plans, information and procedures.

Our Process

Statcom takes pride in providing personalised service and solutions for every client, and we work with each client to tailor our service to suit their needs.


Emergency Response Plans (ERPs) are developed by Statcom in accordance with the AS3745 & AS4083 and contain all the information a warden may require to respond to any emergency.


Statcom’s team of safety experts will work in collaboration with you to effectively implement the developed emergency procedures.


Statcom will ensure all aspects of Emergency Management are covered and they meet Australian Standards AS 3745.

What's Included in an Emergency Management Plan

Emergency management plans are essential for ensuring the safety of building occupants and reducing the risk of damage to the property during an emergency.

It’s essential to regularly review and update these plans to ensure that they reflect any changes in the building or facility, such as renovations or new equipment, and to ensure that building occupants are aware of emergency procedures and can respond appropriately in an emergency.

This section outlines the specific steps that need to be taken in response to various types of emergencies. For example, it may detail evacuation procedures, shelter-in- place protocols, or medical emergency response procedures.

This section provides contact information for emergency responders such as fire departments, police departments, and medical services, as well as internal contacts for building or facility management.

This section outlines how emergency information will be communicated to building occupants, such as through loudspeakers, email, or text alerts.

This section lists the emergency equipment and supplies that should be available in the building or facility, such as fire extinguishers, first aid kits, and emergency lighting.

This section outlines evacuation routes, assembly points, and procedures for accounting for all building occupants during an emergency.

This section describes how building occupants will be trained in emergency procedures and how emergency drills will be conducted.