There are way too many executives/administrators who think that they’re NOT required by law to plan for emergencies in their workplace.
Every employer in America is required by law to have a plan without exception.
Emergency Insight #1: This is not your father’s fire plan. Your plan has to be all hazards. Not just fire, but severe weather, active shooter, roof collapse, assault in your parking lot—any and all foreseeable circumstances—as the lawyers say.
Want to see the legal citations to which you are subject? Review the
“10 Commandments of Emergency Planning.”
This is your legal brief detailing your obligations under federal law.
Emergency Insight #2: Guess who is the responsible party at your workplace under law for federal safety regulations? Your CEO! Does s/he know this? Shouldn’t s/he? Wouldn’t you?
It’s all in our “10 Commandments of Emergency Planning.”
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