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Custom Emergency Action Plans

According to OSHA regulations, nearly every employer is required to have an Emergency Action Plan (EAP)?” “The only exemption to this is if you have an in-house fire brigade in which every employee is trained and equipped to fight fires, and consequently, no one evacuates.”

 

In most circumstances, immediate evacuation is the best policy, especially if professional firefighting services are available to respond quickly. There may be situations where employee firefighting is warranted to give other workers time to escape, or to prevent danger to others by spread of a fire. In this case, you as the employer are still required to have an EAP.

Emergency Management Consultants will create detailed, customized Emergency Action Plans (EAP’s) for both large and small business establishments, schools, gated communities, etc. We will help you develop a plan of action and train your employees, residents, and any potentially impacted population in what they need to do in the event an incident does happen.

 

From there we will assist with establishing Emergency Action Plan protocols, preparing these plans in writing and training your employees on what to do if you experience a sudden major weather event, if a disgruntled employee enters your property with a gun, if a suspicious package is found on your door step, you, if your staff and visitors are ordered to “Shelter-In-Place”, if someone suffers a sudden medical emergency, a fire starts in the utility room, etc. When that unexpected event happens to your business and your employees it is too late to develop that Emergency Action Plan. Be prepared by asking yourselves, “What if…..?”

Your employees will likely gain confidence and show improved moral knowing they serve a major role within your establishment.

 

If you are still unsure about whether you are required to have an EAP, use OSHA's Expert System to help you determine whether you are required to have an Emergency Action Plan.

 

We will begin by speaking and meeting with business owners and managers to discuss the potential risks that may impact your facility or complex. From there we will assist with establishing Emergency Action Plan protocols, preparing these plans in writing and training your employees on what to do if…..you experience a sudden major weather event, a disgruntled employee enters your property with a gun, a suspicious package is found on your door step, you, your staff and visitors are ordered to “Shelter-In-Place”, someone suffers a sudden medical emergency, a fire starts in the utility room, etc.