Wednesday, March 02, 2005

Your Health at Work Conclusion

A visit to the site above will give you a complete breakdown by threat, danger, condition for creating a proper emergency plan for your place of work.

We all know to call 911 in an emergency and rescue, fire and police will respond.

However, once they arrive, do you know what information they will need?

How many people currently in the building?
Any and all hazardous materials stored anywhere on, in or near the building?
How about any vehicles parked inside attached warehouses?
Where are the propane tanks for the forklifts stored?
Elevator emergency call down key is where?
Any auto-lock or high security doors where people may be trapped?

These are just a few of the questions you may be bombarded with and you should have some type of prepared, knowledgeable response for them. It could save someone's life.