Less is more when it comes to emergency response plans, and the same goes for your introduction:
- Encourage people to read and review the plan before they’re faced with an emergency. For example:
- Please review this plan periodically, so you will be prepared to rapidly and effectively manage any emergencies.
- Explain how your plan is organized. For example: The red tabs are for emergency procedures, the white tabs are our BC plan.
- You may want to check with your compliance department to see if there’s any language they want to include to protect your organization. For example:
- Every emergency poses a unique and ever-changing combination of factors and challenges, so no guide can ever be complete. Plan ahead.
- Consider giving links of other sources of information such as:
- Ask employees to speak with a supervisor if there is any part of the plan that is confusing or unclear.
Wellspring Info can improve your emergency response plan, boost your OSHA-compliance, and then turn your plan into emergency guidebooks or an app:
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