Emergency response training focuses on developing the critical skills needed to survive an emergency. These training programs teach individuals a range of response procedures including building evacuations, shelter-in-place, and active threat survival.
Concerning emergency preparedness, general training for employees must cover: Individual roles and responsibilities; Threats, hazards, and protective actions; Notification, warning, and communications procedures; Means for locating family members in an emergency; Emergency response procedures; Evacuation, shelter, and accountability procedures; Location and use of common emergency equipment; and Emergency shutdown procedures.
Employees must know when and how to sound an alarm in the event of an emergency, recognize when an alarm is activated, notify emergency personnel, and know what to do for each alarm type when it is sounded. Evacuation routes and exits must be well-known to employees and clearly laid out in floor plans of your building displayed throughout your facility. If you have a fire extinguisher or other equipment used in the EAP on-site, you must provide employees with an educational program at initial employment and retrain them periodically. Communicate relevant fire hazards and self-protection procedures in the event of a fire to first aid.>
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