Workplace Emergencies

Organizations with more than 10 employees are required to have a written emergency action plan (EAP) in accordance with certain Occupational Safety and Health Administration guidelines, whereas smaller firms may convey their plans orally. An effective emergency action plan requires support from upper management and participation from every employee.

This course offers a summary of OSHA standards for

  • Emergencies contained within OSHA 1910.38;
  • Emergency Action Plans; and
  • 39, Fire Prevention Plans.

Goals of the Course

This training program will train students to establish and maintain plans of action and fire prevention to ensure protection of workers and reduce loss of property due to emergency situations.

training requirements of 29 CFR 1910.120(e)(3)(i) defined by Federal OSHA HAZWOPER for general industry.

training requirements of 29 CFR 1926.65(e)(3)(i) defined by Federal OSHA HAZWOPER for construction sector.

HAZWOPER training requirements for EPA and State OSHA guidelines.

Audience Specified

The target audience of the training program are employers, safety and health professionals, training directors, and other workers.

Learning Outcome:

Training Modules:

Module 1

The Emergency Action Plan (EAP)

Module 2

Exit Route Requirements

Module 3

Fire Prevention and Protection Plans

Module 4

Hazards Communication

Module 5

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

Module 6

OSHA Supported Worker Right

Module 7

Health Hazards

Module 8

Material Handling

Module 9

Tools — Hand and Power

Quiz and Exam Information

Module Quiz

Modules are created for each course. A quiz to gauge the student’s understanding of
the course material is provided at the conclusion of each module.
The student is shown the right quiz
answers after they have submitted their answers.

Students can take the course exam after studying the course material
and passing the module quizzes. The purpose of the course exam is to gauge how
well the students have understood the material. Multiple-choice questions drawn
from our sizable question bank make up course exams.

Examinable Features

Completion time

You have six months from the time you enroll to finish the OSHA
10-hour General Industry Outreach Training course in order to receive
credit. Your account will expire after six months, and if you want to
finish the course, you’ll have to buy it again.

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