ACPL Safety Training. Emergency Action Plan. October 2013. Learning Objectives. By the end of this training session, you will be able to: Identify who is responsible for carrying out procedures in the Emergency Action Plan
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Emergency Action Plan
By the end of this training session, you will be able to:
Identify who is responsible for carrying out procedures in the Emergency Action Plan
Identify zones, escape routes, and exits for your department or building
Name scenarios and assembly locations for internal and external evacuations
Explain how elevators are used in evacuations
Describe a walkaround of your department or building
Explain the use of the emergency response kit in an evacuation
Tell when to resume normal operations
Name two tasks that must happen after an emergency
Who should be most familiar with the Emergency Action Plan?
Can your coworkers hear you?
When do you need to make a different kind of announcement?
Talk about it with your coworkersUSE IT OR LOSE IT
Contact John Hidy, Security Services Manager, at x1281 for a map of your building.
Practice your pre-sweep evacuation as a team
Have a prepared drill to practice escape routes
Have an unannounced drill to practice escape routesUSE IT OR LOSE IT
Putting it All Together to Evacuate or Shelter
After the Incident
Post emergency analysis
*California Specialized Training Institute
Click to go to the Incident Report form on Insite
Click to go to the Emergency Action Plan on Insite
Information for all safety training has been provided by John Hidy, Security Services Manager, Allen County Public Library.
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