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Emergencies and Evacuations: Creating an OSHA-Compliant Plan to Ensure Business Continuity and Employee Safety- On-Demand

Emergencies and Evacuations: Creating an OSHA-Compliant Plan to Ensure Business Continuity and Employee Safety- On-Demand

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Emergencies and Evacuations: Creating an OSHA-Compliant Plan to Ensure Business Continuity and Employee Safety - On-Demand

Webinar now available On-Demand.


 

WEBINAR SNAPSHOT: Join this webinar to learn about evacuation plans and how to not only ensure they are OSHA-compliant, but effective in execution.


 

With increasing risk of active shooters and the lessons learned from terrorist incidents abroad many organizations are wisely revisiting their evacuation plans. September 11th changed how we think about evacuation, but many plans are still based on assumptions and procedures that may no longer be effective. This is because many of these plans are “cookie-cutter” plans that are designed to meet requirements but fail to consider the unique needs of the organization they are intended to serve. In addition, many of these plans are not tested or are tested inadequately, making it doubtful that they will work when needed — putting your employees and organization at risk.

Use this on-demand webinar with Lucien Canton, a skilled emergency management consultant, as he looks at the context in which an emergency action plan must function. He will discuss what is required in an OSHA plan and how that plan must be integrated with other organizational emergency and business continuity plans. Lucien will also recommend techniques for making your emergency action plan more effective by explaining how people typically react in a crisis and the best way to prepare them through drills and exercises.

You’ll learn:

  • Why emergency action plans are important and the role that OSHA plays in their development
  • What decisions must be made before you begin emergency planning
  • Why failing to account for human nature can cause even the best plans to fail
  • Minimum requirements for an OSHA-compliant emergency action plan
  • How emergency action plans integrate with, and affect, other emergency and business continuity plans
  • How to conduct the right type of drills to ensure your plan has the best chance of success

 

About Your Presenter:

Lucien CantonLucien Canton
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Lucien G. Canton, CEM

Lucien G. Canton, CEM is an independent management consultant specializing in helping managers lead better in crisis. Mr. Canton served as the Director of Emergency Services for San Francisco and as an Emergency Management Programs Specialist and Chief of the Hazard Mitigation Branch for FEMA Region IX. He is the author of Emergency Management: Concepts and Strategies for Effective Programs used as a textbook in many higher education courses.

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