OSHA’s Emergency Action Standard requires that employers develop action plans for all facilities that include emergency escape procedures and routes, procedures for accounting for employees both at designated evacuation points and those that remain on site, alarm systems, rescue duties, and proper reporting procedures in the event of a fire or other emergency.

OSHA’s Emergency Action Standard requires that employers develop action plans for all facilities that include emergency escape procedures and routes, procedures for accounting for employees both at designated evacuation points and those that remain on site, alarm systems, rescue duties, and proper reporting procedures in the event of a fire or other emergency.

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