Emergency Action Planning for General Industry

    Emergency Action Planning for General Industry

    Course Overview

    Emergency Action Planning for General Industry is an introductory online safety course that covers on-site emergency response. Topics covered in this emergency action training include possible hazards, making plans and knowing your role. Alarm systems, emergency equipment and OSHA requirements are also covered. In any emergency situation, it is important to respond quickly to an emergency alarm and event to minimize damage.

    Intended Audience

    This Emergency Action Planning online safety course is intended to benefit all employees, supervisors and managers in the General Industry sector and is especially applicable to those working in:

    • Manufacturing
    • Warehousing and Distribution
    • Property Management
    • Retail Services
    • Trade and Transportation
    • Hospitality

    Learning Objectives

    This online safety course familiarizes you with basic rules and regulations for developing and implementing an emergency action plan. OSHA Title 29 Code of Federal Regulations and the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) are introduced in this course as well. Every EAP must include means of reporting emergencies, evacuation procedures and escape routes, procedures for those who remain behind, procedures to account for all employees, rescue and medical duties and persons who may be contacted for details. The job site must have an alarm system that contains a bell, horn, siren or voice announcement system to alert workers of an emergency

    Course Topics

    • Introduction to Emergency Action Planning
    • Emergency Action Planning
    • Emergency Response

    INDUSTRY TERMS

    • Emergency Action Plan (EAP)
    • Alarm

    Features and Benefits

    ClickSafety’s Emergency Action Planning for General Industry online safety course will help you be prepared for emergencies that may happen on the job site. By successfully completing this course, you will:

    • Be familiar with potential job site emergencies and basic standards for preparedness
    • Always be ready for the unexpected.
    • Be ready to act quickly

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    Call: 800.971.1080