Occupational Safety and Health Administration OSHA

Emergency Preparedness

Fire and Explosion Planning Checklist:
Incorporating Arson and Explosive Device Incidents

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1. Does your current fire prevention plan identify arson and explosive device incidents as fire hazards that may affect the workplace?

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  1. In conjunction with local law enforcement and local emergency planning officials, evaluate the risk of an arson or explosive device threat/incident.

    Note: Resources that may assist you in determining the status of your workplace and/or identify workplace targets include the on-line resources from the South Carolina Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation and from the National Institute of Justice, and agencies such as the local fire department, police department, and Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives; your insurance carrier (often have fire prevention specialists); or on-site security specialists.

  2. Review your existing fire prevention plan to ensure that it complies with OSHA's fire prevention standard and that the information contained in the plan is up-to-date.
On-line Resources

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