As part of the continuing effort to provide a safer workplace, the Headquarters Occupant Emergency Planning Team is pleased to announce that continuous training sessions will be held on various topics.
- Warden, Monitor, and Assistant Training
- First Aid, CPR, and AED Training
- Occupant Emergency Training Videos
As part of the continuing effort to provide a safer workplace, the Office of Management is pleased to announce that additional training sessions will be held for Wardens, Monitors, and Assistants at Forrestal and Germantown. As a Warden, Monitor, or Assistant, you should, annually, attend one of the training sessions for your building to learn and/or to improve how to safely perform the duties of your position.
Training for new Wardens, Monitors, and Assistants will last about 90 minutes and will include dramatic video and real-life discussions to enable you to understand the importance of your duties; how to recognize emergency situations which are not always evident; and how to recognize conditions that would require you to abandon the performance of your duties and evacuate yourself immediately.
Refresher Training will last approximately 45 minutes and will include additional information on how to respond to various scenarios, how to use the evacuation chairs, and how to use fire extinguishers.
The system of Wardens and Monitors at New York’s World Trade Center, enhanced after the 1993 bombing there, has been credited with saving lives during the attack of September 11, 2001. This is important and valuable work that can save lives in an emergency. Your willingness to perform the vital services provided by Wardens, Monitors, and Assistants is greatly appreciated.
Registration: This training is primarily for new Wardens, Monitors and Assistants, although personnel needing a refresher may attend. Employees may register for a class through the DOE CHRIS Workflow system, by calling the Office of Industrial Hygiene and Safety at (202) 586-1005, or e-mailing the HQ Safety and Health mailbox (email@example.com). The class will be listed on the employee's official training record only if registration is completed through the CHRIS Workflow system. Class size is limited to 30 people.
Wardens, Monitors and Assistants are needed to help with safe, orderly evacuation of Headquarters buildings. If you are interested in volunteering or have any questions about the course, please call (202) 586-1005.
Warden, Monitor and Assist Training Classes Schedule
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The Office of Administration (MA-40) is sponsoring First Aid, Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) and Automated External Defibrillator (AED) Training. The purpose of this class is to train individuals to respond in emergency situations and to assist persons who are injured.
Registration: For this class, employees must register through the DOE CHRIS Workflow system. Federal Employees may access the CHRIS Workflow through the Employee Self Service (ESS) Website. Contractors must have the Program Office Training Coordinator register them through the CHRIS Workflow. Only if registration is completed through the CHRIS System will this class be listed on the employee’s official training record. Class size is limited to 10 people.
Please direct all questions to the Office of Industrial Hygiene and Safety at (202) 586-1005 or e-mail the Safety and Health mailbox (firstname.lastname@example.org).
First Aid, CPR, and AED Training Classes Schedule
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All Headquarters employees are required to receive annual training on emergency procedures. A six (6) minute video has been created enabling convenient viewing at your desktop through the Online Learning Center (OLC). This video is the first in a series of videos designed to provide you with basic information on emergency procedures. This video is applicable to all Headquarters buildings and will be followed by videos specific for each building. Program Offices are responsible for ensuring that their employees view this video. The video tape is also available with closed captioning from the Washington Area Training and Employees Development Center.
Access through the Online Learning Center:
Contractor employees not already having OLC access are asked to contact the OLC Data Administrator for their DOE sponsor organizations. The list of Organization Data Administrators is at the bottom of the page. Federal employees may view the video at a time convenient to them by using the following information:
Site Address: https://olc2.energy.gov/plateau/user/login.jsp
Login ID: Payroll firstname.lastname
Password: For Federal employees logging in for the first time, your temporary password is the last 4 digits of your social security number. For others, if the password has been forgotten, contact your organization's OLC Data Administrator. In most cases this person is also your Training Coordinator.
To View the Emergency Procedures Videos:
- Go to https://olc2.energy.gov/plateau/user/login.jsp
- Log In - Your User Name and Password.
- Search the Catalog or Keywords for "Emergency Procedures Video".
- You will be presented with a choice of which video to view, choose the appropriate video for your location or purpose:
Building Specific Emergency Procedures Videos
- 270 Corporate Square Building Emergency Procedures Video
- 950 L'Enfant Plaza Building Emergency Procedures Video
- 955 L'Enfant Plaza Building Emergency Procedures Video
- Cloverleaf Building Site Specific Emergency Procedures Video
- Forrestal Building Emergency Procedures Video
- Germantown Building Emergency Procedures Video
- Headquarters Occupant Emergency Procedures Video
- Click on the Course Title or the Go to Content Action button.
- Follow the instructions.
- Make sure you leave all screens open and allow time for the video to buffer to your local computer.
Upon completion and submission of an evaluation, a record of the training will be reflected in your online student transcript. The video is encoded to play at 100 K bits/sec and requires Windows Media Player to run. If you do not have Windows Media Player, or the proper vesion of Windows Media Player contact the ESC HelpDesk as (301) 903-2500 (3-2500).
For questions about the Online Learning Center, call the OLC hotline on (202) 287-1640.
Last updated 07/17/12