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How Businesses Keep Workers Safe During Natural Disasters
Whitepaper Summary

Even if your business isn’t located in a hurricane zone, OSHA requires all companies with 10 or more employees to have a written emergency action plan developed within OSHA standards. The purpose of this plan is to identify the actions that the employer and employee should take in the event of a disaster and coordinate those actions to ensure everyone’s safety before, during and after the event. 


Not only is an emergency plan vital to business continuity in the event of a storm, it’s actually a workplace safety concern as well, with strict OSHA regulations and expectations. Make sure you are keeping your business safe by downloading this free guide. 

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