wPDP Principles of emergency management planning & response

wPDP Principles of emergency management planning & response

All Australian and New Zealand quarrying legislation either implies or specifies that quarrying operations must have a plan to respond to emergency situations. Those plans must be appropriately comprehensive, resourced, tested and updated. This webinar is designed to introduce principles and methodologies of quarry emergency planning and response, including:

  1. Definitions, interpretations and legislative requirements;
  2. Developing emergency management and response plans;
  3. Resourcing emergency management and response;
  4. Testing emergency management and response plans; and
  5. Emergency management and response plan review and update.

Facilitator:  Hamish Beattie

Date: Friday 25th October


AEST: 9:00 am
AEDT: 10:00 am
ACDT: 9:30 am
AWST: 7:00 am
NZDST: 12:00 pm (noon)

 1 hour

CPD Points: 
Aus: 1
NZ: 1

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IT Support:  If you have registered for the wPDP access details will be sent out several days prior. If you have any questions regarding accessing the webinar please email [email protected] or phone 02) 9484 0577.


  • Broadband Internet connection (ADSL preferred but 3G is acceptable)
  • Headset or phone (may be interstate number for you)
  • Quiet environment

If you are unsure if you meet these requirements please contact Ryan Spence to arrange a 5min test session.

AUS IQA Member: $80.00
AUS Non-Member: $130.00
NZ Member: $72.73 *
NZ Non-Member: $118.18 *

*Please note that NZ attendee's aren't charged GST. Please do not choose the NZ price unless you are from NZ.
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