An Emergency Action Plan (EAP) is a written document that elucidates the actions of employees and employers in the event of a workplace emergency. A well developed EAP, when used in conjunction with effective employee training, can help to reduce the likelihood and severity of damage caused during such emergencies.
Here is a look at some of the most common workplace accidents:
Even though no two work sites are alike, all emergency action plans for workplace accidents have a common framework, which when followed, can help to create a plan that is robust and effective. Here is a look at the key elements that should be included in such a plan:
The responsibilities of employers and employees in an EAP are as follows:
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