Emergency Pocket Log Book© - EPLB©
The Emergency Pocket Log Book© fills the need for a definitive record for all managerial staff involved in emergency incident duties and also for their operational staff . Designed for the pocket or handbag of individual post holders, it allows a legal record to be created for future reference. This enables an organisation to fulfil its obligation to have a record of information received and actions carried out for the duration of an emergency incident or to record information which may be needed to rebut claims made against either the individual or the organisation.
The EPLB provides a definitive, legal record
for all staff involved in emergency duties
When used for a Duty, the book can be a record for one individual for a duration of days or weeks, depending on the amount of information received and action taken. It is a personal record, similar to a police officer's pocket note book.
If you could be involved in a multi casualty incident, consider using the
"Cruciform"® Emergency Documentation System.
A number of Hospital Trusts and Ambulance Services now use the CWC Services' log books for their on call and emergency response.
- Proven, paper-based system. (More information)
- Designed for diverse applications including Private Hospital Control teams, Incident Commanders, Coast Guard, Mountain Rescue, Life Boat Managers and Local Authority Emergency Planners.
Size: 210x100x6mm, Weight: 112g. GS1 coded book with 92 sequentially numbered pages. Landscape logging format. Soft cover.
Can be customised to particular applications and requirements.
Please contact us with your enquiry.
- Acute Trust Incident Control Teams and Action Card Holders
- Private Hospital Control Teams and Action Card Role Holders
- Incident Commanders / Role holders in Ambulance Service, Police and Fire/Rescue Services
- Coast Guard, Mountain Rescue and Life Boat Managers
- Accident Investigators in Civil Aviation Authority and similar organisations
- Local Authority Emergency Planners
- Chief Executives at NHS Gold and STAC level