Conclusion Planning for Emergencies – For Small Business –
Conclusion Objectives • Identify emergency planning elements related to the 4-step process in a review and debrief of the case study/modules. • Use on-the-job tools and resources identified and/or provided in this program. • Evaluate the program and your learning experience.
Activity: Case Study Debrief & Key Points Review • In a large group, respond to questions posed by the facilitator by raising your hand as soon as you know the answer. • When you respond correctly, you will receive your certificate and “resources CD.” • As time permits, discuss responses.
4-Step Process for Emergency Planning • Step 4 • Implement thePlan • Step 1 • Get Started – Establish a Planning Team • Step 3 • Develop thePlan • Step 2 • AnalyzeCapabilities, Risks, &Vulnerabilities The 4-Step Emergency Planning Process
Program Goals You will be able to implement an effective emergency action planning process andcreate a plan for your business.
Program Goals • Based on best practices and OSHA requirements for emergency action planning, focus on a 4-step process and elements for handling emergencies in the workplace. 1. Get Started – Establish a Planning Team 2. Analyze Capabilities, Risks, and Vulnerabilities 3. Develop the Plan 4. Implement the Plan • Address types of emergencies, planning guidelines, and planning priorities.
Activity: Progress on Learning Goal • Look at the learning goal you identifiedin the program introduction. Ask:Did I achieve my goal? Write a few notes about what you learned. • Learn how to create an emergency plan. • Obtain resources. • Protect employees, customers, business. • Evaluate an emergency plan. • Learn about what others are doing. • Other reasons • Set one new learning goal. • Share comments.