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How to Plan for Workplace Emergencies and Evacuations (CHMO62P)

Presented by: Ryan Davison, Ph. D.
 
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60 minutes
  •  Thu, February 23, 2017
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Learn the policies that regulate the chemical industry and get the best practices and ideas for all workplace emergencies

It is essential for all chemical, manufacturing, and high-tech facilities to have in place a well thought out emergency action plan. In this webinar, expert speaker Ryan Davison, Ph.D. will outline best practices and ideas for all workplace emergencies. Workers and employers are required to know and follow specific Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) standards. It has been demonstrated that well prepared evacuation and emergency plans result in fewer and less severe employee injuries and less structural damage to the facility during emergencies. A poorly prepared plan, likely will lead to a disorganized evacuation or emergency response, resulting in injury, and property damage.

In this program you will learn to comply with all OSHA emergency standards and procedures. It will help you put together a comprehensive emergency action plan that addresses issues specific to your worksite. The best emergency action plans include employees in the planning process so this webinar will be useful to staff and management.

You will learn about the policies that regulate the chemical industry from someone that works directly with the lawmakers and staff that create the policies. 

Session Highlights:

You will leave with a comprehensive understanding of OSHA evacuation plans and procedures including:

  • Means of reporting fires and other emergencies
  • Evacuation procedures and emergency escape route assignments
  • Procedures for employees who remain to operate critical plant operations before they evacuate
  • Accounting for all employees after an emergency evacuation has been completed
  • Rescue and Medical Duties for Employees Performing Them
  • Conditions under which an evacuation would be necessary
  • Conditions under which it may be better to shelter-in-place
  • A clear chain of command and designation of the person in your business authorized to order an evacuation or shutdown
  • Specific evacuation procedures, including routes and exits

Who Should Attend

  • Chemical plant employees and managers
  • Laboratory managers
  • Pharmaceutical staff
  • Managers in manufacturing or therapeutics
  • Communications managers and staff
  • Facility managers
  • Physical security managers and officers
  • Human resource officers
About Our Speaker(s)

Ryan Davison | Chemical Industry SpeakerRyan Davison Ph. D.
Dr. Ryan Davison is currently a Manager of Advocacy at the American Chemical Society where he advocates for legislation that supports the chemical industry. Dr. Davison manages advocacy and policy development on priority issues including manufacturing, tax and trade, intellectual property, patents, biomedical research,... More info

 
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