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Do Your Employees Know What To Do In Case of an Emergency?

Posted by Nancy Saperstone on Thu, May 15, 2014 @ 01:08 PM
  
  
  


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According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), workplace fires and explosions kill 200 workers and injure more than 5,000 employees each year, at a cost of $2.3 billion annually. Use this emergency action and fire prevention exercise to make sure you and you're workforce are prepared for emergencies. 

Choose Yes or No for each statement. Do you know:

  • The location of fire alarms near your work area? Yes / No

  • How to activate fire alarms? Yes / No

  • How to recognize the emergency signal? Yes / No

  • How to report an emergency? Yes / No

  • Who to contact in an emergency? Yes / No

  • Your emergency assignment? Yes / No

  • The designated evacuation route(s) from your work area? Yes / No

  • Evacuation routes from areas in the workplace other than your work area where you frequently go (restrooms, break rooms, etc.)? Yes / No

  • The assembly area outside where you must go following evacuation? Yes / No

  • The location of shelter-in-place areas within the workplace? Yes / No

If you answered "No" for any of the above statements, find out the information now and feel prepared for emergencies! 

Source: HR.BLR.com


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