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Emergency Action Plan

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An emergency is an unplanned event that has the potential to harm the life, health, or safety of a person, or to damage the environment or public property. This OSHA regulation focused inspection will help you ensure your site and team is prepared for emergency situations. It is best for an on area managers and safety managers to complete this inspection

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1. Does the facility have a written Emergency Action Plan and procedures for dealing with likely emergencies?

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2. Does the facility have an evacuation plan and designated gathering point and are employees trained on the plan?

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3. Does the facility have an alarm system to alert people in all parts of the facility including isolation areas such as cold rooms?

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4. Are fire extinguishers present, appropriate for situation, and inspected and maintained properly?

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5. Are monthly visual inspections conducted by occupants to ensure that fire extinguishers are in place, fully charged, undamaged and that they have not been tampered with or discharged?

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6. Are appropriate first-aid supplies and First Aid/CPR trained personnel available?

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7. Are location signs displayed for safety showers, eyewash stations, other safety and first aid equipment, exits and areas where food and beverage consumption and storage are not permitted?

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8. Are racks and shelves that could fall and block exits seismically braced to prevent tipping during an earthquake?

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9. Do chemical hazards have secondary containment to prevent spills from blocking emergency egress?

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10. Are ways of exit access and the doors to exits to which they lead clearly recognizable as such?

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11. Are exit routes arranged so that it will not be necessary to travel toward any area of high hazard?

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12. Is access to exits marked by readily visible signs if it is not immediately visible?

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13. Are emergency procedures for likely regional emergencies such as tornadoes or earthquakes contained in the EAP and part of employee emergency training?

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14. Are exits adequately lighted so an employee with normal vision can see along the exit route?

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