According to OSHA Standard 1910, all business, including public agencies, with more than 10 employees must have a written emergency action plan that is kept in the workplace, and is available to employees for review. Employers are required to train employees to assist in a safe and orderly evacuation of other employees, and to review the emergency action plan with each employee covered by the plan:
- When the plan is developed or the employee is assigned initially to a job;
- When the employee's responsibilities under the plan change; and
- When the plan is changed.
This interactive training module makes compliance with this regulation easy. Paired with a review of your agency-specific procedures, it includes all of the required content and ensures that your employees are prepared to deal with any emergency.
The module includes:
- Emergency preparedness overview
- Hazard assessment
- Emergency evacuation drills
- Evacuation routes
- Emergency response teams
- Training requirements
- Home emergency planning
The training module is interactive and includes quiz questions that must be answered correctly in order to complete the module and print a training certificate.
Format: .swf and .html
System Requirements: Adobe Flash Player
NOTE: This module can also be customized to your agency with logo, photographs and site-specific policies. Go to www.dkfsolutions.com to request information about our customized computer-based training modules.
NOTE: There is also a California-specific module available, which includes a detailed review of:
- Disaster service worker requirements
- California Standardized Emergency Management System (SEMS)
- Special District involvement and coordination
- Chain of command
To purchase the California-specific module, select "Emergency Action Plan: California" from the Computer Training menu.