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Evacuation Plans and Procedures eTool

OSHA's Expert Systems Create Your Own EAP (HTML)

  1. Company

  2. Company Contact

  3. Alerts
    • The sounding of an alarm
    • Public Address system announcement
    • Verbal announcement
    • Other

    Identify the emergency signal for each emergency situation (i.e. earthquake, fire, general evacuation)

  4. Policy
  5. Routes

  1. Extinguishers

  2. Operations

  3. Duties

  4. Assembly

    After an emergency evacuation, employees are to gather in the following location(s):

  5. Accounting

    After an emergency evacuation, the procedure for accounting for all employees is:

  6. More...
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