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Develop an emergency response plan to deal with fires, chemical spills, explosions, floods, injuries, illnesses and other crisis situations.
Designed and written as a practical workplace training and reference tool. This 155-page pocket guide is filled with clear-language text including safety tips, charts, diagrams, checklists and illustrations.
This booklet serves as a guide for developing a comprehensive emergency response plan. It will help you to:
This guide provides basic information to assist in the development of workplace emergency preparedness and response programs. All organizations should have an emergency response program in place. Customers and stakeholders expect it as an indication of reliable business operation. The content is presented by program components that apply to a wide range of business sectors.
Guidelines for establishing a comprehensive emergency preparedness program depend on:
This guide is written for anyone who wants to implement an emergency response plan and manage comprehensive prevention programs within the organization.
It will also assist:
The contents are organized by response plan elements, which apply to a wide range of business sectors.
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