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Exit Routes, EAP & Fire Prevention Plans for General Industry

    Exit Routes, EAP & Fire Prevention Plans for General Industry

    Course Overview

    This intermediate Exit Routes, Emergency Action Plans (EAP) & Fire Prevention Plans (FPP) for General Industry online safety course shows you that the best way to prevent emergencies is through planning and preventive measures. Based on OSHA Standard 29 CFR Part 1910, learn requirements from design to exit route safety, this online course will walk you through developing an Emergency Action Plan and using the evacuation planning matrix. The definitions, ideas and steps covered in this course can be used in your personal life, as well as on the job site.

    Intended Audience

    This emergency preparedness planning class is applicable to all employees in the General Industry, especially supervisors and managers who are responsible for workplace safety according to OSHA standards. It is relevant to workers in:

    • Construction
    • Manufacturing
    • Warehousing and Distribution
    • Trade and Transportation
    • Property Management
    • General Office
    • Retail Services
    • Hospitality
    • Healthcare

    Learning Objectives

    Workplace safety includes knowing how to respond in an emergency. This online Exit Route, EAP and FPP safety course teaches that planning before the emergency occurs is the safest way to deal with an emergency. This course also covers how to design a job site with emergencies in mind, prevent emergencies and create emergency action plans. References for this course include various sections of OSHA regulations found in 29 CFR Part 1910.

    Course Topics

    • Definitions and Coverage
    • Design and Construction
    • Safeguards for Exit Routes
    • Emergency Action Plans (EAP)
    • Fire Prevention Plans (FPP)
    • Portable Fire Extinguishers
    • Emergency Actions
    • Evacuation Planning Matrix


    • Exit Routes
    • Exit Discharge
    • Exit Route Capacity
    • Lighting and Marking
    • Operable Alarm Systems
    • Emergency Action Plans
    • Portable Fire Extinguishers
    • OSHA’s Help Tools
    • Evacuation Planning Matrix

    Features and Benefits

    ClickSafety’s Exit Routes, Emergency Action & Fire Prevention Plans online safety course will help you understand that effective planning can prevent emergencies. After taking this course and successfully completing it, you will:

    • Be able to implement fire exit safety and exit route safety
    • Know where to obtain resources for further information on specific workplace emergency responses
    • Understand the need for fire prevention plans
    Burlington, MA 01803
    Call: 800.971.1080