The 10 Commandments of Emergency Training are the 10 fundamental rules of conducting emergency training that every organization needs to follow. What are they?
- All U.S. employers without exception shall create and train Emergency Action and Fire Prevention Plans.
- All U.S. employers shall create and train employees as their emergency team. Training shall be annual at least.
- Training all other employees is required by law.
- Training Shall Be Annual at Least.
- Training shall be at hire on day-one including full-time, temporary and contract workers.
- Training shall occur in a classroom by a “qualified” trainer—qualified by dint of experience and/or training. On-screen training shall not substitute for classroom training.
- Training Shall Occur if the Plan Changes or If the People in the Plan Change.
- Training shall be for all hazards.
- All emergency planning and training shall be site specific. No plagiarizing. No landlord plan can substitute for tenant’s responsibilities under law.
- The CEO is the responsible party civilly, personally and criminally.
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