Creating an Effective Emergency Action Plan

The purpose of an emergency action plan (EAP) is to protect employees from emergencies that may be reasonably expected to occur in the workplace. Unfortunately, employers have little or no control over whether an emergency triggers the implementation of an EAP. But employers with an EAP that is accessible to employees and includes the seven elements that OSHA requires will be prepared to address such events confidently.


Download this infographic to learn the seven essential elements of an effective emergency action plan. 


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