CPR is the compliance standard we all need to meet. But would your team know what to do in an emergency? Would they know:
- How to protect a child having a seizure in the water
- What to do with the media if an incident arises
- What their role is in an emergency evacuation
- Where the emergency assembly point is
- How to reduce panic
- What their duty of care is
Sadly, in the 9/11 attacks on the twin towers almost 3,000 people lost their lives. One company, Morgan Stanley, had a commitment to emergency procedure training and practiced on a regular basis. Everyone knew exactly what to do for specific emergencies, including evacuation. They saved 2,496 employees that day. They understood the value of being prepared.
In today’s uncertain world we need to be ready for the unexpected.
Emergency Risk Ready induction videos prepare employees for emergencies and keep your team updated on procedures. This easy to use system ensures your team is well prepared.
As Swim Teachers, Instructors & Coaches, we are in the business of keeping children safe. We need to apply the same consideration to our employees and mitigate risk at our swim schools.
Are your employees Emergency Risk Ready?
Because when disaster strikes, the time to prepare has passed. Safety Matters!
World Wide Swim School can help you become Emergency Risk Ready.
Find out more about our training modules to be Emergency Risk Ready by clicking here.