Did you know that if you have more than 10 people in your company, you are required to have a written Emergency Action Plan? However according to the Emergency Communications Report, 30% of organizations have no emergency action plan and 56% are not confident in their preparation.
An Emergency Action Plan is to protect employees from fires, chemical releases, tornadoes, earthquakes, and hurricanes. It should also include responses to workplace violence incidents. No one can predict when an emergency or disaster may occur within the workplace, therefore having an emergency response plan in place is critical.
Join Attorney Mark Lies and Alchemy to learn:
- OSHA’s Emergency Action Plan requirements
- How to educate your workforce on their roles and responsibilities during an emergency
- The importance of developing an effective training, reinforcement, and communication program