Prepare an emergency plan
You must prepare an emergency plan after consulting with:
- Fire and Rescue NSW
- the NSW Rural Fire Service (if you’re in a rural fire district)
- the local council.
The plan must:
- address all health and safety consequences of a major incident occurring
- include all matters outlined in Schedule 16
- provide for testing of emergency procedures, including frequency of testing.
Give a copy of the plan to the emergency services you have consulted – and to any other relevant emergency services.
You must test the emergency plan before you apply for a licence. Also, implement the plan immediately if a major incident occurs or is likely to occur – and contact emergency services.