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Emergency Preparedness Strategy Review: What Worked, Didn’t, & Lessons Learned in 2018 to Maintain OSHA Compliance

Emergency Preparedness Strategy Review: What Worked, Didn’t, & Lessons Learned in 2018 to Maintain OSHA Compliance

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Emergency Preparedness Strategy Review: What Worked, What Didn’t, and Lessons Learned in 2018 to Maintain OSHA Compliance and Keep Employees Safe

Live Webinar: Tuesday, March 19, 2019

1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. Eastern / 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Pacific

WEBINAR SNAPSHOT: Learn how to review your emergency preparedness plans to identify what works, what doesn’t, and how to correct deficiencies to comply with OSHA requirements and keep workers safe.


According to a recent poll by Nationwide, 68% of small businesses lack a written disaster plan. This may explain the finding by the Federal Emergency Management Agency that 40% never reopen after a disaster and, of those that do, 29% will fail within a year 

The existence of a disaster plan may not guarantee survival after a disaster, but it can make the difference between survival or failure. In extreme cases, that can mean the difference between life and death.

But what should be in your plan and how do you know if it will work?

Join us on March 19 for an all-new webinar addressing how to ensure that your emergency preparedness plan is designed to do its job—and how to spot and correct deficiencies in your emergency preparedness plan before a disaster strikes.

After attending this webinar, you will:

  • Recognize the common mistakes that will cause your plan to fail and how to avoid them
  • Understand why “one size fits all” planning doesn’t work
  • Be equipped with tips for grounding your plan in reality
  • Confidently implement the two basic strategies essential for your plan to succeed
  • Be able to conduct the right type of evacuation drills to ensure your evacuation is successful

About Your Presenter:

Lucien CantonLucien G. Canton, CEM
Emergency Management Consultant
Lucien G. Canton, CEM (LLC)

When Lucien Canton talked his way into the San Francisco emergency operations center to offer his services during the Loma Prieta earthquake he never expected that it would spark a career change that would involve him in Federal disaster planning at the national level and see him appointed by Mayor Willie L. Brown, Jr in 1996 as the Director of Emergency Services for San Francisco. He has served in over seventeen presidentially declared disasters and on an elite national response team and, over the years, has emerged as a major thought leader in emergency management, advocating the use of management concepts to professionalize a field that is often mischaracterized as a technical discipline. A frequent speaker at national conferences and guest lecturer at universities both in the United States and abroad, Mr. Canton’s book, Emergency Management: Concepts and Strategies for Effective Programs, is used as a textbook for both graduate and undergraduate courses. As a consultant, Mr. Canton specializes in helping managers lead better in crisis by understanding the human factors often overlooked in crisis planning.