Emergency Action Plans for Employees

In the United States, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration maintains a set of standards that govern workplace safety. OSHA Standard 1910.38 requires employers to maintain emergency action plans (EAP) for employees. The standard also specifies:

  • When and how employees must be trained on the EAP
  • Availability of the guidance

For our international clients, most countries and jurisdictions have similar requirements. 

Risk Resiliency understands the importance of bringing employees into the emergency management process with simple and easy-to-follow guidance. We’ve developed beautiful printed materials, digital content, and training programs for a clients across all industries and spanning the globe. We can help you with guidance that makes sense and is easy to follow. 

And if you don’t have the underlying programs for evacuation and shelter planning, we can help you build out the entire framework to keep you in compliance with standards and keep your employees safe.