Safety Induction and Evacuation Drill

Evacuation plans, procedures and drills are vitally important in every business to ensure that the correct action is taken in the event of an emergency. We are able to assess your current evacuation plan and advise if any changes need to be made. If needed, we can provide an evacuation plan, with a map showing where all the emergency equipment is located and where the assembly areas are.

An example of the schedule for the day would be as follows:

07:45 – 08:00 – Meeting with Lodge manager and all HoD’s to go through the day’s proceedings

08:00 – 09:00 – Safety Induction – Group 1

09:00 – 10:00 – Safety Induction – Group 2

11:00 – 12:00 – Safety Induction – Group 3

12:00 – 13:00 – Lunch

13:00 – 16:00 – 2 x Drills – with short debrief in between

16:00 – 17:00 – Full debrief

 Meeting with Lodge Managers & HoD’s

We will need to get the names of all the relevant staff members as per your Evac Procedures, so he can personalize it during the Safety Induction. We would also need to get a copy of your evacuation plan prior to the evacuation day.

Safety Induction

It is very important for all staff members to have an opportunity to attend this.

During this session the instructor will make everyone familiar with the Evacuation Procedures and what each person’s role is as per the Evacuation Plan


In order for this to be effective all staff must be available to take part in the drill

2 Drills will be done with a short debrief in between the 2.

The reason for this is that we have often found that the 1st one doesn’t always go so well, so after a short debrief they will get an opportunity to do it again.

At the end of the day the instructor will give everyone a full debrief of how the drills went, areas that were great, areas that can be improved on and getting staff feedback. If necessary, changes can then be made to your original Evacuation Plans.

This is also a train the trainer day so after the initial training is done you will be able to do the Safety Inductions and Drills on your own. As the saying goes Practice makes Perfect.


½ to 1 Day (dependent on the size of the lodge)