Don't wait until an emergency occurs - be prepared and remain safe when the weather strikes
As the height of tornado and severe weather season kicks in, 2018 has already been marked by extreme weather, including heat, cold, precipitation, and high winds, according to the World Meteorological Organization.
To prepare for severe weather season, businesses are required by OSHA to develop an emergency action plan (EAP). The plan should include details about safe places to take shelter, policies to ensure all personnel are accounted for, and procedures for addressing any hazardous materials that are on-site.
The violent impact of tornados – along with other forms of severe weather – can leave one feeling helpless. That’s why the best time to create an emergency plan is now!
When an emergency occurs, it is essential for you to know what to do, not just at work but at home, as well. Read more about the importance of wayfinding in severe weather by visiting our White Paper.
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