Emergency Preparedness and Response PowerPoint

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Emergency
Preparedness and
Response
Training Outline
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Regulatory Requirements
Definitions
Responsibilities
Orientation of Workers
Emergency Warden Orientation and Training
Requirements for Supervisors
Supervising Rescue Operations
Regulatory Requirements
Regulatory Requirements
• Applicable Regulations
• Risk assessments done
• Written policies and procedures
implemented
• Emergency exit routes provided and
marked
• Emergency lighting of workplace and
exit routes
Regulatory Requirements
• Supervisors must inform workers of risk
• Annual emergency drills
• Inventory of substances that endanger
firefighters/rescuers
• Provide emergency wash facilities
• Train workers in fire prevention
Regulatory Requirements
• Toxic Gases
• Provide emergency ventilation
• Provide shutdown and containment
• Emergency rescue - qualified workers
• Personal Protective Equipment
• Maintenance of equipment
Regulatory Requirements
• Maintain effective communications with
rescue and evacuation personnel
• Any worker assigned to firefighting to be
physically fit and trained annually
• Provide rescue for workers entering a
confined space
Regulatory Requirements
• Written evacuation procedures must
include:
• Notification of workers about an
emergency
• Evacuation of all workers
• Notification of the fire department
• Notification of adjacent workplaces
Definitions
Definitions
• Emergency
• A present or imminent event
• Requires prompt coordination or special
regulation
Definitions
• Emergency Supervisory Personnel
(Chief Emergency Warden)
• Supervises emergency response and
rescue operations
Definitions
• Emergency Warden
• The supervisor or individual who guides
workers during an event.
Responsibilities
Responsibilities
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Employer
Manager
Emergency Coordinator
Supervisor
Emergency Warden
Worker
JHS Committee
Responsibilities - Employer
• Ensure:
• emergency risk assessments are
conducted and documented
• emergency evacuation and rescue
program is maintained
• all facilities have accessible exit routes
• exit routes - marked and have emergency
lighting as required
Responsibilities – Employer
(cont’d)
• Ensure:
• local emergency response plans are in
place
• workers are trained in fire prevention,
emergency evacuation and rescue
• an emergency coordinator is appointed
Responsibilities – Employer
(cont’d)
• Establish policy to designate emergency
wardens’ authority
Responsibilities - Managers
• Recruit emergency wardens
• Ensure emergency plans posted
• Assign responsibilities of other
emergency personnel
• Ensure emergency evacuation and
rescue risk assessments are completed
Responsibilities – Managers
(cont’d)
• Site specific emergency procedure
• Emergency hazard identification and
risk assessment
• Communication
Responsibilities – Emergency
Coordinator
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Identify need for emergency response
Review and update risk assessments
Compile and maintain documentation
Secure agreements with outside
agencies
Responsibilities – Emergency
Coordinator (cont’d)
• Designate workers to assist disabled
individuals
• Ensure evacuation routes and floor
plans are available
• Template for site specific emergency
plans
Responsibilities - Designated
Supervisor
• Emergency policies, procedures and
work arrangements
• Understand and follow emergency
procedures
• Training - fire prevention, emergency
evacuation and rescue
Responsibilities - Designated
Supervisor (cont’d)
• Know emergency emergency response
and rescue hazards
• Know how to request emergency
evacuation and rescue
• Be aware of additional resources
available
Responsibilities – Emergency
Warden
• Be familiar with emergency program
• Know names of First aid attendants and
location of supplies
• Assist in new employee emergency
orientation
Responsibilities – Emergency
Warden (cont’d)
• Recruit workers
• Wear designated hardhat and high
visibility vest
• Ensure area is evacuated
• Ensure assistants are available to help
in evacuation
Responsibilities – Emergency
Warden (cont’d)
• Ensure that everyone has left the
building
• Report to Designated Emergency
Supervisor on state of evacuation
• Prevent re-entry of the building
Responsibilities - Workers
• Provide input into risk assessments
• Participate in education, training & drills
• Follow workplace procedures for
emergency evacuation and rescue
• Follow instructions of emergency
wardens and emergency supervisory
personnel
Responsibilities - Joint Health
& Safety Committees
• Review the effectiveness of drills
• Make recommendations on possible
corrective actions
Risk Assessments and
Potential Response and
Rescue
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Orientation of Workers
Worker Orientation
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Evacuation Procedures
Fire Prevention
Use of Fire Extinguishers
Summoning and Reporting First Aid
Worker Orientation (cont’d)
• Evacuation Procedures
• Emergency Phone Numbers
• Purpose of the Plan
• Who is in Charge
• During an emergency
• During an evacuation
• First Aid
• More Information
Worker Orientation
• Evacuation Procedures – continued
• Definitions:
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Emergency Coordinator
Emergency Supervisor
Emergency Warden
Designated Receptionist
First Aid Attendants
Worker Orientation
• Evacuation Procedures - continued
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Communications
Alarms
Worker notification
Outside notification
Worker Orientation
• Evacuation Procedures – continued
• Securing Equipment
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Turn off computers
Secure laptops
Secure cash drawers
Shut off kitchen appliances
Close doors to record vaults
Close but do not lock doors
Worker Orientation
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Evacuation Procedures
Evacuation routes and emergency exits
Assembly Areas (Muster Stations)
Evacuation Roles and Responsibilities
• Designated Receptionist
• Line Managers and Supervisors
• Emergency Wardens
Worker Orientation
• Fire Prevention
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Trash and litter
Keep the workplace areas neat and clean
Fire alarm pull stations and extinguishers
Know how to use fire extinguishers
Worker Orientation
• Fire Prevention - continued
• Check extinguishers in your area
• Store hazardous materials in designated
areas
• Keep exits free of obstructions
Worker Orientation
• Fire Prevention - continued
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Smoke only where permitted
Keep equipment clean and use it properly
Handle flammable liquids with caution
Know location of emergency exits and
procedures
Worker Orientation
• Use of Fire Extinguishers
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Dry chemical extinguishers
Foam extinguishers
Carbon dioxide extinguishers
Water extinguishers
Worker Orientation
• Summoning and Reporting to First Aid
• Revise this slide to agree with your
Program
Emergency Warden
Orientation and Training
Emergency Warden Orientation
• General Evacuation
• Activate fire alarm
• Put on hard hat, high
visibility vest
• Get work site register for
roll call
Emergency Warden Orientation
• Check evacuation route(s)
• Put hand on exit door to feel for heat
• Look and smell for smoke
Emergency Warden Orientation
• Provide evacuation instructions
• Ensure disabled staff get to areas of
refuge
• Ensure everyone gets out
Emergency Warden Orientation
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Ensure all doors are closed
Place “all clear” tag on doors
Leave the building
Complete roll call
Report to designated person
Report anyone missing
ALL
S PA C E
CLEAR
BEHIND
THIS
DOOR
The space behind this
door is unoccupied.
EVACUATION INSTRUCTIONS:
Guide all people in a known space to
the nearest emergency exit or
assembly area, close all windows and
doors, and
hang this sign on the outside knob for
reference by rescue agencies.
Special Responses
Special Responses
• Spill Response
• Complete this overhead once your
Program is ready
Special Responses
• Earthquake Response
• Complete this overhead once your
Program is ready
Special Responses
• Bomb Threat Response
• Complete this overhead once your
Program is ready
Special Responses
• Adjacent Workplace Hazard Response
• Complete this overhead once your
Program is ready
Requirements for
Supervisors
Supervisor Responsibilities
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Reporting incidents
Producing documentation
Communications
Supervising rescue operations
Names and Contacts
Supervisor Responsibilities
• Reporting
• Complete this overhead once your
Program is ready
Supervisor Responsibilities
• Documenting
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Program is ready
Supervisor Responsibilities
• Communications
• Complete this overhead once your
Program is ready
Supervisor Responsibilities
• Supervising Rescue
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Program is ready
Supervisor Responsibilities
• Emergency Names and Contacts
• Complete this overhead once your
Program is ready
Summary
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Why Have a Program
WorkSafeBC Requirements
Definitions
Responsibilities
Evacuation Plan
Specific Responses
Emergency Warden Duties
Supervisor Responsibilities
Questions?

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