[Bangsar, NEW] Emergency Preparedness And Response For Building Training
Course Information
  • 17-Jan-2023
  • Pullman Hotel, Bangsar
  • Hishamuddin Abdul Halim
  • Others
  • RM 1640 RM 1480
    Until 27 Dec 2022
  • 9:00am - 5:00pm

Emergency situations can be fire, chemical spill, toxic release, flood, earthquake and etc. Costs related to emergencies can significantly impact an organization’s financial health. A significant amount of money has been lost in many parts of the world due to the effects of emergencies. Apart from reducing spending on emergencies, an effective response to any types of emergencies will also result in fewer and less severe injuries or illnesses or damages to properties.


Emergencies have to be managed. A well established and implemented emergency management program always helps in reducing injuries, ill-health and damage to properties. In the long run, it has the capability to enhance the overall health and safety performance and also the business continuity of the organization.


This training has been specially designed to deal with the specific issues of emergency management in an organization and to take the necessary approaches to establish, implement and maintain it in line with the ISO 45001:2018 and ISO 14001:2015 standard and also Business Continuity Management.


The participants will be also exposed to the method to manage organization’s emergency response teams and some individual skills to face emergency situations.




     - To be able to identify potential emergency situations

     - To be able to identify possible measures and controls against emergency situations

     - To be able to design effective emergency preparedness and response initiatives in the organization

     - To create awareness for individual skills in facing emergency situations




The target groups for this program are Managers / Executives / Non-Executives. This training program is recommended for Safety and Health Officers (SHO), Emergency Response Team (ERT) members, BCM planners and implementers, safety and health committee members and other categories of safety, health and environmental management professionals.




This training program uses adult learning methods such as lectures, group discussion, Power Point presentations and games. Participants will spend half of the time in individual or group activities that allow them to become familiar with the essential skills for establishing, implementing and maintaining emergency management program in an organization and for developing individual skills to face emergencies. The trainer will share his knowledge and actual experience and will draw real examples from the actual industry setting to reinforce learning.




Date:      17-18 January 2023 (Tue-Wed)

Time:      9.00am - 5.00pm

Venue:    Pullman Hotel, Bangsar



   - Early Bird Offer (before 27 Dec 2022)     -      RM 1,480

   - Special Offer (before 11 Jan 2023)     -      RM 1,560

   - Normal Fee      -      RM 1,640


>> Fee includes Course Notes, Lunch, Refreshments & Certificate of Completion and 6% Service Tax


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Day 1


08:30  Registration

09:00  Introduction and Ice Breaking 


            Emergency Preparedness and Response from ISO 45001:2018, ISO 14001:2015 and Business Continuity Management Perspective 

10:30  Tea Break

10.45  Context of the Organization

           Interested Parties and Their Needs and Expectations

           Different Types of Emergencies

           4 Phases of an Emergency Cycle 

           Emergency Organizations in an Organization 

13:00  Lunch

14:00  OHS and Mental Health for the Emergency Response Team

           5Cs of an Emergency Response Command 

           Identifying Potential Emergency Situations and Organizational Vulnerabilities and Closing the Gaps 

15:30  Tea Break

15:45  Basics of a Crisis Management 

           Design and Operations of a Command Centre 

           Conducting an ERT Operation 

17:00  End of Day One


Day 2


09:00  Developing Preventive and Control Measures for Emergency Situations 

           Resource Requirements for Emergencies 

           Handling the ERT Communication Process 

10:30  Tea Break

10.45  Developing Evacuation Plans and Emergency Procedures 

            Conducting an Emergency Drill and Addressing the Aftermath of an Emergency 

13:00  Lunch

14:00  Managing Continuity of an Emergency Preparedness and Response Program 

           Evaluating the Effectiveness of an Emergency Preparedness and Response Program 

15:30  Tea Break

15:45  Documented Information for Emergency Preparedness and Response 

           Challenges in Implementing an Emergency Management Program at Workplace 

           Post Test 


17:00  End of Day Two






HRDF Certified Trainer, ISO Consultant, Author


Hishamuddin Abdul Halim is the former Head of Occupational Safety and Health Section at the University of Malaya. Prior to joining the University of Malaya, he served in the manufacturing sector.

His work experience covered production, quality control, logistics and warehouse, supply chain management and QSHE. He has more than 25 years of experience in establishing, implementing, maintaining and improving various management systems such as ISO9001, ISO 45001, ISO14001, C-TPAT, BCM and so on. He was actively involved in the development, review of documents and as well as auditing for those management systems. He was also actively involved in the implementation of various 6δ and innovation projects at the organizational level.

Hishamuddin Abdul Halim holds a Bachelor of Management (Hons) degree from Multimedia University and has passed the Safety and Health Officer exam with NIOSH. He is also a PSMB trainer, Ministry of Human Resources (TTT / 2448). He was trained by Emory University in BSL-3 and as well as attended IRCA lead auditor training program organized by Neville Clarke.

In the field of training, he actively designs and delivers training programs and talks in various sub-fields such as QSHE, BCM, emergency preparedness and response, store management and inventory, security, administration, and etc. He has trained staffs or delivered talks for HG Power Transmission, IAC Electricals, Gamlite IT, Uganda National Roads Authority (UNRA), University of Malaya, LASAM, Singapore Institution of Safety Officers, Latexx Manufacturing, FGV, Tradewinds Plantations, Malaysian Society of Occupational Safety and Health (MSOSH) and etc. He is a major contributor to the topic of occupational safety and health and as well as environmental management and animal facilities in the Panduan Penjagaan dan Penggunaan Haiwan Makmal (2017) published by Penerbit Universiti Malaya.




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