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Emergency Action Plans Compliance Program
A comprehensive compliance solution to help general industry employers comply with OSHA standards
Workplace emergencies such as fires, explosions, gas leaks, chemical spills, earthquakes, tornadoes, hurricanes, violent incidents, and other disasters can pose a serious threat to employee safety.
Failure to adequately respond to a workplace emergency can result in serious injuries or fatalities. Because of this, OSHA enforces various general industry standards that require employers to develop an emergency action plan and/ or a fire prevention plan.
• OSHA standard 29 CFR 1910.38 requires employers to implement a written emergency action plan (EAP) if employees are required to evacuate during a fire or other emergency. Essential components of an EAP include evacuation procedures, exit and escape routes, and a process for accounting for evacuated employees.
• OSHA standard 29 CFR 1910.39 requires employers to implement a written fire prevention plan (FPP) if the workplace contains portable fire extinguishers intended for employee use. Essential elements of a compliant FPP include a list of fire hazards, proper procedures for storage and handling of flammable materials, and explanations of fire protection equipment.
Both standards require that the plans “must be in writing, kept in the workplace, and made available for employee review.” Employers are also required to periodically review and update these plans. Additionally, employers must comply with related OSHA standards addressing fire protection, alarm systems, chemical spills, and first aid. Non-compliance with OSHA standards, including 1910.38 and 1910.39, can result in fines up to $12,675 per violation.
To help our valued customers fully comply with OSHA’s fire prevention and emergency evacuation standards, Personnel Concepts has introduced a comprehensive Emergency Action Plans Compliance Program. This exclusive solution, created by our team of Compliance Specialists, includes everything you need to create the written safety plans your business needs to avoid potential fines and protect employees during an emergency in the workplace.
It includes customizable written plans, training handouts on each type of emergency, compliance checklists covering all of OSHA’s emergency safety and fire prevention standards, and downloadable resources to ensure compliance.
Who Needs It
Virtually all general industry employers, regardless of size or type of business, must implement a written emergency action plan, a written fire prevention plan, or both. While the plans must be in writing and kept in the workplace, employers with less than 10 employees can communicate emergency safety instructions orally to employees.
Protect Employees from Injury and Fatality
Failure to adequately prepare for workplace emergencies can result in serious injuries or death during a fire, natural disaster, workplace violence, or chemical spill. Implementing an emergency action plan and/or a fire prevention plan not only ensures compliance with OSHA regulations, but also ensures that employees know what to do when an emergency situation occurs.
Avoid Fines for Non-Compliance
Failure to produce required written documents during an OSHA inspection can result in fines up to $12,675 for each violation. Our Emergency Action Plans Compliance Program can help you avoid fines for non-compliance.
Save Time and Money
Our Emergency Action Plans Compliance Program includes everything you need to implement an effective EAP in accordance with OSHA standards, saving you the time, effort, and expense of compiling materials and consulting with safety professionals
The Emergency Action Plans Compliance Program includes the following essential tools and resources to ensure your compliance
- An easy-to-use, custom indexed binder containing compliance materials and plain language guidance.
- Compliance checklists for each regulation pertaining to fire prevention, fire safety, emergency evacuation,chemical spills, and disaster preparedness.
- Customizable written safety plans to use as proof of compliance in the event of an audit or inspection.
- Training handouts, quizzes, and attendance logs to prevent worker injuries and comply with communication requirements. These training handouts address earthquakes, fires, floods, chemical spills, tornadoes, winter storms, hurricanes, and workplace violence.
- Online access to customizable plan documents and downloadable fill-in-the-blank resources.