Plan Establishments listed
In order to organize at best a tactical forecast to favor the work of the firefighters, plans called Eta.Ré. for Listed Institution are performed for different types of institutions.
The purpose of forecasting, in its definition, is to enable the logical, coordinated and rapid implementation of the means and methods of intervention intended to cope with disasters of all kinds.
A Listed Establishment is an establishment deemed sensitive by the fire and emergency services, according to enumeration criteria that may vary for each department.
The dangerousness of the site but also the capacity of public reception and the consideration of evacuation are all elements that can motivate the realization of an EtaRé plan.
These plans are real decision support tools that will serve as the basis for the tactical thinking of first responders. They bring information about the site such as access or means of protection and fire fighting to remain. They contain response instructions and priority areas for protection. They are carried out in partnership with the department’s forecasting services.
These files are established by the SDIS (Departmental Fire and Emergency Services) in collaboration with the operators of the establishments.
The objective of these files is to optimize the response of the rescue on the scene of the disaster with the priority to locate:
primary and secondary access;
priority areas for protection;
hazardous materials and products;
the characteristics of the public and internal networks;
Composition of an ETA.re plan:
The Establishment Plan listed is schematically made up of several main chapters.
It will be the real "identity card" of the establishment and will include the main administrative characteristics: exact address, site activity, contact details and names of those responsible...
We will also find the risks of the establishment: nature of the products used and associated risks (code danger and material if possible), places and methods of storage, quantities...
The capacity of the public...
The evacuation instructions are...
...and additional information that can be used: number of levels, staff and public, how it works, existence of an internal organization plan (IOP) and contingency plans.
They must be defined in agreement with those responsible for the establishment:
rescue reception point(s), priority route for vehicles, 1 or 2 secondary routes used in special circumstances (wind, etc.).
These are essential, they include:
a situation plan, plans of the different routes, a mass plan mentioning:
-reception point and access points;
-the location of risks;
-plans of details: plan of each level by building, sensitive or risk areas.
Most of the information will be grouped into a minimum number of documents.
The study of the buildings, the products used or stored, the manufacturing or operating processes must make it possible to identify the risks involved and to select the plant-specific accident scenarios.