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Emergency Action Plan and Fire Prevention with Fire Extinguisher Training


What You Will Learn

  1. Introduction to Emergency Action Plans (EAPs)
  2. Emergency Action Plan Regulations and Standards
  3. Identifying Emergency Situations
  4. Fire Prevention and Safety
  5. Fire Extinguisher Types and Usage
  6. Emergency Evacuation Procedures
  7. Communication and Alarm Systems
  8. First Aid and Medical Emergencies
  9. Emergency Reporting and Accountability
  10. Training and Preparedness

Emergency Action Plan and Fire Prevention with Fire Extinguisher Training

  1. Introduction to Emergency Action Plans (EAPs):
    • Understand the importance of emergency action plans in mitigating risks and ensuring the safety of employees.
    • Comprehend the components of an effective emergency action plan, including emergency procedures, evacuation routes, and communication protocols.
    • Recognize the responsibilities of both employers and employees in emergency preparedness and response.
  2. Emergency Action Plan Regulations and Standards:
    • Familiarize yourself with relevant safety regulations and standards, such as OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration) emergency action plan requirements (29 CFR 1910.38).
    • Understand the legal requirements and responsibilities of employers in developing and implementing an emergency action plan.
    • Learn about the importance of regular drills, training, and updates to ensure the effectiveness of the emergency action plan.
  3. Identifying Emergency Situations:
    • Learn how to identify common emergency situations, such as fires, natural disasters, medical emergencies, and workplace violence.
    • Comprehend the importance of prompt recognition and reporting of emergencies to initiate appropriate response actions.
    • Understand the significance of understanding workplace-specific emergency scenarios and response protocols.
  4. Fire Prevention and Safety:
    • Understand the principles of fire prevention, including proper housekeeping, storage practices, and electrical safety.
    • Comprehend the different classes of fires and the appropriate extinguishing methods for each class.
    • Learn how to identify potential fire hazards in the workplace and implement preventive measures to reduce the risk of fires.
  5. Fire Extinguisher Types and Usage:
    • Familiarize yourself with the different types of fire extinguishers, including water, foam, CO2, and dry chemical extinguishers.
    • Understand the proper selection, inspection, and maintenance of fire extinguishers.
    • Learn the correct techniques for using a fire extinguisher, including the P.A.S.S. (Pull, Aim, Squeeze, Sweep) method.
  6. Emergency Evacuation Procedures:
    • Comprehend the importance of having clear and well-marked evacuation routes and emergency exit signage.
    • Learn how to effectively evacuate the workplace during emergencies, including identifying assembly points and following designated evacuation procedures.
    • Understand the significance of accounting for all employees and visitors during evacuations.
  7. Communication and Alarm Systems:
    • Understand the importance of effective communication systems during emergencies, such as public address systems, alarm systems, and two-way radios.
    • Learn how to use emergency communication devices and follow established communication protocols.
    • Comprehend the significance of understanding alarm signals and the appropriate response to each signal.
  8. First Aid and Medical Emergencies:
    • Recognize the importance of first aid training and having accessible first aid supplies in the workplace.
    • Comprehend the procedures for responding to common medical emergencies, such as cardiac arrest, choking, and severe bleeding.
    • Learn how to effectively communicate with emergency medical services (EMS) and provide necessary information during medical emergencies.
  9. Emergency Reporting and Accountability:
    • Understand the importance of promptly reporting emergencies to appropriate personnel, such as supervisors, security, or emergency responders.
    • Comprehend the significance of maintaining accurate records of emergency incidents, including injuries, near misses, and property damage.
    • Promote a culture of accountability and responsible action during emergencies, ensuring the safety of all personnel.
  10. Training and Preparedness:
    • Understand the importance of comprehensive training for all employees regarding emergency action plans, fire prevention, and the use of fire extinguishers.
    • Comprehend the need for regular drills, exercises, and updates to ensure preparedness and the effective implementation of emergency procedures.
    • Promote a culture of safety, continuous improvement, and open communication regarding emergency preparedness and response.

Cost Per Person

$150 per person

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