Key Learning Points:

  • The many ways a bomb threat can be received
  • What to do when a bomb threat is delivered over the phone
  • The importance of remaining calm
  • How to respond to a bomb threat
  • Who needs to be contacted and what to do next
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Course Overview

It's an ordinary day at work. You take a phone call. The voice on the other end of the line says there's a bomb in your building and you have an hour to evacuate.

Do you know what to do?

Our Bomb Threat eLearning short course teaches all employees what to do to make sure everyone gets out of work safely.

Course Details

  • Course duration: 5 minutes
  • Part of our Emergency Response collection of courses
  • Multiple-choice question assessment
  • Certificate on completion
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Who Should Take This Course?

A bomb threat can be delivered to anyone, so all employees should receive training.

  • Office managers and administrators
  • Security personnel
  • Managers
  • Incident commanders
  • Health and safety officers

The Assessment

The course follows a scenario about a bomb threat. As events unfold, learners reach decision points in the form of multiple-choice questions.

Correct answers remove dynamite sticks. Remove them all to defuse the bomb.

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Number of Learners Cost (per year)
1 - 10 29 / per learner
11 - 20 25 / per learner
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101 - 150 10 / per learner
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The Importance of Bomb Threat Training

Receiving a bomb threat can be a traumatic experience for anyone. Even if they eventually turn out to be hoaxes, the pressure of unexpectedly handling a potentially disastrous safety situation can be huge.

Training for this situation can give all staff greater peace of mind. In a situation where every second counts, it pays to have well-trained staff who feel confident in their immediate response to a bomb threat.

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FAQ's

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What is a bomb threat?
A bomb threat is a message, either written or verbally delivered, that threatens to detonate an explosive. They can come over the phone, online, in person or in the post. Bomb threats cause fear whether or not the device is really planted, and failure to respond correctly to a bomb threat endangers lives and property.
Are bomb threats ever real?
There are many examples of bomb threats that were real, many of which caused loss of life, injuries and extreme damage to property. Though most bomb threats are hoaxes, it is vital to treat each one as if it is real and to know the right way to respond to minimise the risk of an explosion.
What do you do in a bomb threat at work?
If you receive a bomb threat at work, try to remain calm and remember as much information about the threat and the person making it as possible. If you are receiving it over the phone, try to keep the person on the line. Training gives you the peace of mind to handle these situations correctly.

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