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Emergency Response in the Workplace (DFS774H)

Presented by: Bruce Ferries
 
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Event Description

OSHA’s Emergency Action Plan (EAP) for Workplace Emergency

Emergency can happen anytime and anywhere. The best way is to prepare to respond to an emergency before it happens, but, as per OSHA, only a few people can think clearly and logically in a crisis, so it is important to do so in advance, when you have time to be thorough. The most important part of industry is the person. Rapid and correct response will ensure the protection of this valuable commodity.

According to OSHA, a workplace emergency is an unforeseen situation that threatens your employees, customers, or the public; disrupts or shuts down your operations; or causes physical or environmental damage.

This session by Bruce Ferries, an OSHA Certified Instructor, will introduce you to the terminology associated with an emergency in the workplace. The terms as emergency response plan, evacuation plan, incident commander and what is a hazardous substance are critical to your proper understanding. The session will also cover emergency response terminology to help you better understand and speak the language to make emergency responses as effective as possible.

The session will provide you with a general perspective on hazardous substances and their associated risks that personnel working in industry may have to encounter in their job environments. Bruce will cover the important components of an emergency response plan and will define the requirements of an emergency response team. He will provide you with an OSHA handout that will help sites develop and Emergency Action Plan (EAP) that OSHA describes in 1910.38(a).

The session will cover types of communications that will be needed and the responsibilities of the incident commander. Finally, the key concepts related to site control and evacuation will be discussed, in addition to the non-emergency response situations as well as the importance of decontamination procedures and resources that will provide medical assistance.

Session Highlights

  • Identify and plan for the possibility of an emergency in the workplace
  • How to identify the steps to follow that will help keep everyone safe in an emergency situation
  • The actions and responsibilities for specific emergencies
  • Roles and responsibilities of the emergency response team and how this team works with the incident commander
  • Learn about the importance of communication in dealing with and emergency condition

Session Agenda

  • An introduction to understanding the proper response for work place emergencies
  • Direction and tips that help personnel understand how to prepare and understand worksite emergency situations
  • Training tips to help your organization establish a foundational understanding of preparation of emergency plans necessary for each work site
  • The importance of setting up an emergency response team and incident commander

Who Should Attend

This course is designed to instruct both manager and associate in a manufacturing plant or chemical plant that have the potential of responding to an emergency situation in the workplace.

About Our Speaker(s)

Bruce Ferries | Workplace Safety SpeakerBruce Ferries
Bruce Ferries has over 23 years in manufacturing and safety experience. He is a retired Air Force officer with over 3700 hours flight time and has also served as a flight safety and accident investigator. Bruce is a certified Air University instructor with an MS in Sensor Technology. He has been a project manager for t... More info

 
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