Emergency Response Planning (ERP)

Emergency Response Planning (ERP)
Course Description
Course Overview
The goal of this course is to provide
an understanding of the planning and
preparation of emergency response plans.
Participants would bring their existing plans
for review and to determine any gaps as
they move through the course. Participants
will collaborate in small groups to analyze
scenarios using incident videos and case
The Emergency Response Planning course
is designed for operations, safety and
maintenance managers; operations, technical,
and maintenance engineers; ERP element
leaders and team members; and site process
safety management (PSM) leaders and team
The content is highly technical, requiring the
facilitator and participants to be familiar with
outputs of process hazards analysis and have
an understanding of the possible emergency
Learning Objectives
In order to accelerate skill development, this
course features a problem-based learning
approach that provides a collaborative
job-focused experience. Participants
will apply procedural requirements to
anticipate emergency scenarios, and apply
critical thinking skills for prevention and
to respond to emergencies. They will also
collaboratively build a personal compilation
of recommendations to apply on the job,
including distinguishing factors to consider
when building a command and control
structure and identifying training needs and
requirements for drills.
2-day course
• PSM 101: PSM Overview
• Prior exposure to operations, maintenance, or projects
Emergency Response Planning (ERP)
Module 1:
• Purpose of Emergency Response Planning
This module identifies the need for emergency response planning.
Module 5:
• Roles, Responsibilities and Authorities
Participants will become familiar with the roles and responsibilities for managing emergencies.
Module 2:
• Identifying Emergency Scenarioss
Participants will begin to recognize and describe the process for identifying emergency scenarios.
Module 6:
• Training Development and Drills
In this module, the training needs based on emergency situation roles and responsibilities will be identified.
Module 3:
• Preventive Measures
In this module, participants will cover factors and considerations in developing preventive measures.
Module 7:
• How to Get Started
This module will present ideas for getting started and applying various concepts once participants are back on the job.
Module 4:
• Response Measures
This module defines appropriate response measures to mitigate specific emergency scenarios.
Based on our experience, we recommend that companies do the following on an organizational level:
ERP Instructor
Led Training
Refresher e-learning
ERP procedure
Establish and Track
KPls for ERP
Identify & apply to
scenario based drills
Apply upgraded ERP
to all scenarios/
of individuals
Evaluate the
drill results and
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Results and
Path Forward
After completing this course,
participants should compile a
list of action items based on
their learning to apply back
on the job. This starts with
writing new or upgrading
existing ERP procedures.
To build competency at the
individual level, the participant
should identify a coach, apply
the updated procedure to
select departments, and get
assessed on the competency
requirements for applying ERP.
It is recommended that
participants go through an elearning refresher course once a
year and instructor-led refresher
training once every three years.