Emergencies usually happen without notice, but if you have an emergency action plan in place and have trained workers to respond quickly and appropriately, you have a better chance of weathering the event, relieving anxiety – and potentially saving lives.

Management commitment and worker involvement are essential to an effective emergency action plan.

The action plan should be explained to workers and reviewed whenever the plan or responsibilities change.

But, how good is your emergency action plan? Does it account for different types of emergencies and set out steps employees need to take?

Find out by asking yourself and your workers the following questions: Are Your Staff Prepared for a Workplace Emergency?

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