DEMONSTRATING REAL-WORLD RESULTS IN TRAINING
What is Mock Training?
Mock Training is something most organisations are familiar with, often referred to as drills (for example Fire Drills).
The challenge is many organisations practice their drills for compliance reasons, rather than performance reasons.
The purpose of mock training is to establish a clear and measurable process that focuses on performance and expectations. The results are increased staff confidence, clearly identified gaps to address and a more accurate compliance record.
FIRE DRILL EXAMPLE QUESTIONS
Does your fire drill include a mock fire location to represent the area to avoid?
If it is -20 degrees Celsius or colder, is there an indoor muster/meeting point?
Do the initial responding staff to the fire point, do they bring fire extinguishers with them?
Is there a First Aid Kit at muster/meeting points to handle secondary emergencies?
Do you have staff clearly identified to respond to initial fire, evacuation protocols, muster points, medical emergencies, and treatment for individuals showing signs of shock or anxiety?
Are staff informed that all vehicles remain on site to prevent traffic congestion for emergency responders?
Mock Training Offered
* LIFE-THREATENING BLEEDING
* CPR - BASED ON SITUATIONS
* RESPONSE TO VIOLENCE
* EMERGENCY EVACUATIONS
Custom Mock scenarios are available upon request
A Chance to Practice Your Training
Many organizations provide training for their staff. Often this is not enough to retain information and deliver on expectations.
How does your organization analyze and document the following training outcomes?
Managers and Directors that look after training often rely on the wisdom and experience of the staff rather than using data when it comes to forecasting success.
Having prescriptive data empower organizations to make intelligent business decisions faster.
For example: If your site responds to many drug poising/overdose situations. Does your staff have BLS (Basic Live Support) training in addition to First Aid? As rescue breathers are not often recommended in the current OHS climate in Alberta, a Bag Valve Mask can overcome this risk, and increase success.