This is not a drill.
Every business should have an emergency action plan. But does just meeting OSHA requirements really prepare you for what may happen? Does your plan cover all the likely scenarios that your organization may face? Does your plan help you successfully resume business after the emergency?
In this session we will briefly discuss the requirements and exemptions under the OSHA regulations for emergency action plans, then we’ll dive into some scenarios that test your plans to see if you are ready for the unexpected. We’ll discuss a development cycle to assist in creating or updating your plans including some tips on training and exercises. We’ll finish up with next steps; “what happens after the emergency?”
Presented by: John Weisgerber
John has been employed by Dynamic Aviation at their Bridgewater, VA headquarters for over 10 years. He is currently serving as the Manager of Environmental Compliance and Safety and is responsible for Environmental Compliance, Occupational Safety, Emergency Response, and safety related aspects of governmental contract compliance. Prior to working with safety at the company, John served as an Aircraft Maintenance Manager, Field Technical Representative, and is a licensed aircraft mechanic. In addition to his full time work, John has also previously volunteered with a local Rescue Squad and is a certified Emergency Medical Technician and emergency vehicle operator.