Emergency Plan

Workplace Emergency Preparedness

Training
Safety & OSHA

Location & Dates

From weather-related issues to active shooters in the workplace and more, it’s critical for your employees to know the correct action to take before, during and after an emergency. The emergency preparedness course, developed by the National Safety Council, established right actions in six specific categories of emergency situations and discusses OSHA requirements for written programs and employee training.

 

Learning Objectives:

·        Evacuation process

·        Weather and Natural Disasters

·        Shelter in Place Emergencies

·        Medical Emergencies

·        Workplace Violence

·        Active Shooter

·        Terrorism Emergencies

·        Communication Before and After Emergencies

 

Participants will receive a National Safety Council developed participant kit.

 

Who Should Attend:

Human Resource professionals, frontline supervisors, safety team members, and any employee who has a safety responsibility in their job description.

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