The guide continues to provide the emergency planner with a step-by-step process for creating customized strategies for addressing a variety of emergency situations. When diligently followed, the response plans in this book provide emergency planners with the tools to meet the objectives of emergency planning: to minimize the effects of emergencies on employees, and to protect and preserve the organization’s resources. Planning for unforeseen, potentially dangerous events is an essential component of any effective safety program. The On-Site Emergency Response Planning Guide, second edition, can help you meet these objectives.
The Onsite Emergency Response Planning Guide has been completely revised and expanded to include more material to help the emergency planner prepare for disasters such as earthquakes, tsunamis, radiological events, and workplace violence, to name a few. An expanded reference section includes links to numerous Internet resources to help planners prepare for crises and to comply with industry regulations.
Spiral Bound, 189 pages. National Safety Council, 2011.