Cal OSHA’s regulatory reference
is CCR Title 8 Section 3220 &3221
Action Plan Documentation: (CCR Title 8 Section 3220)
This is the foundation of every company's emergency action
plan. The effectiveness of emergency response is everyone's
and assistance. Through the development of this document we will
set the expectations and responsibilities of all personnel within
your facility whether they are directly or indirectly assigned
duties in the event of an emergency. Responsible Groups may include,
but not be limited to, Incident Command, Facility Safety, First
Aid response, Hazardous Material response, communications & recovery.
Prevention Plan Documentation: (CCR Title 8 Section 3221)
Designed in concert with Emergency Action Plan. This is a required,
proactive part of emergency preparedness. This plan will structure
the inspection and abatement of fire related hazards within your
facility. Personnel will be assigned duties within this plan.
Emergency Action Plan Implementation
Training for the designated individuals to help create a smoother
transition for implementation of your program. This session involves
all assigned personnel in a "round table" type setting
to discuss their responsibilities, their concerns and potential
modifications to the plan based on unrecognised hazards. We will
also identify needs for additional emergency equipment and safety
training. We will also help establish procedures for emergency
drills and identify evacuation "Safe Zones". Course
duration approximately 90 to 120 minutes.
Emergency Evacuation Map Development
OSTS will develop computer-designed maps of your facility which
will display emergency equipment, routes of exit, Safe Zone(s),
etc. We can develop maps by free-hand draw or use electronic
files of facility maps that you have already developed. Providing
electronic files may reduce the overall cost of map development.
Evacuation maps are NOT drawn to scale, they are drawn proportionally.
Emergency Action Plan Employee Orientation
Training for employees that are not assigned specific duties
within the plan. Employees will be given an overview of the current
plan of action and what is expected of them during a specific
emergency (i.e. earthquake, fire, chemical release, etc.). Also,
employees may be "Walked Through" their primary routes
of exit and assembled at the safe zone (If time allows). Course
duration approximately 30 to 45 minutes.