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Two vital points you must remember when it comes to workplace emergencies

by , 03 September 2014
Workplace emergencies such as fires, building collapses or floods can strike at any time. When they do, your employees need to know how to respond to ensure they don't end up with serious injuries.

That's why you must draw up an emergency procedures plan.

This plan will detail what your employees must do when an emergency strikes.

And when you draw up this plan, you must ensure you include all the right points so your employees will respond appropriately.

So ensure you include these two vital points...

 

Two vital points you must include in your emergency procedures plan

 
One of the most important things to remember when it comes to emergencies is the evacuation procedures you and your employees must follow. 
 
This section will detail:
 
- Where your employees must go;
- Which exists to use;
- Who's in charge; and
- What they must do before, during and after the evacuation.
 
These procedures will help ensure your employees get out safely. But the second vital point you must include in your plan is just as important. Read on to see what it is...
 
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Here's the second vital point you must have in your emergency procedures plan

 
Include who must help during emergencies and how. For example, your first aid team and fire fighting team may be the difference between your employees living and dying in serious circumstances.
 
You must give clear rules around who these teams must report to, where they must assemble and how they must proceed with their duties.
 
So ensure you include these two vital points when it comes to drawing up your procedures plan for workplace emergencies.
 


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