Work Safe

Emergency Preparedness

Now that you understand the need for emergency preparedness and know the value of having an Emergency Action Plan in place, it’s time to take the next step. Here are some basics to help you get started.

Become a safety champion
Start an emergency preparedness committee and ask others to join you. Establish a regular meeting time and set a clear agenda for each meeting. Use these resources to help you get started:

OSHA Fact Sheet: Evacuating High-Rise Buildings

OSHA Fact Sheet: Fire Safety in the Workplace

OSHA: How to Plan for Workplace Emergencies and Evacuations

OSHA: Imminent Danger Fact Sheet

Jobsite Severe Weather Plans

Jobsite First Aid Kits

Automated External Defibrillators

Seek out training opportunities
Through Missouri Employers Mutual’s signature WorkSAFE (Smart, Accident-Free Environments) program you can find free seminars on a range of topics relevant to your industry.

View MEM's complete seminar schedule for upcoming training opportunities.

Other helpful resources
Take advantage of these resources for additional tips, considerations and advice to help you in developing an effective Emergency Action Plan.

Related tutorials:

Injury Management

General Safety

Heavy Machinery


Do you have questions about how Missouri Employers Mutual or the WorkSAFE Center can help your workplace? Contact us today to learn more about our resources and custom safety training.

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