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Evacuation Plans and Procedures eTool  

This eTool will help small, low-hazard service or retail businesses implement an emergency action plan, and comply with OSHA's emergency standards.

Do I need an Emergency Action Plan (EAP)? Businessman Running - Copyright WARNING: Not all materials on this Web site were created by the federal government. Some content — including both images and text — may be the copyrighted property of others and used by the DOL under a license. Such content generally is accompanied by a copyright notice. It is your responsibility to obtain any necessary permission from the owner's of such material prior to making use of it. You may contact the DOL for details on specific content, but we cannot guarantee the copyright status of such items. Please consult the U.S.Copyright Office at the Library of Congress — http://www.copyright.gov — to search for copyrighted materials.
What is an EAP?
How do I write my own EAP?
How do I evaluate my workplace to comply with OSHA's emergency standards?
Where can I get additional assistance?

Businesses that deal with hazardous substances (such as Ethylene Oxide, Methylenedianiline, or Butadiene), or that are subject to the provisions of the Process Safety Management of Highly Hazardous Chemicals, Hazardous Waste Operations, or Grain Handling standards may also need to develop an emergency action plan in compliance with 29 CFR 1910.38(a). However, these businesses are beyond the scope of this eTool.

*eTools are "stand-alone," illustrated, Web-based training tools on occupational safety and health topics. As indicated in the disclaimer, eTools do not create new OSHA requirements.
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