Employee Safety: Emergency Action Plan (EAP)

$14.95

You will learn:

  • Why Emergency Action Planning is Important
  • Emergency Action Plan Components
  • Leadership Responsibilities
  • Communication
  • Employee Training Requirements
  • Emergency Assistance
  • Hazards: Fire, Chemical, CO2 and CO, Indoor Air Quality, Injuries, and Hearing Loss

The marijuana industry in Missouri falls under federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) jurisdiction, businesses must comply with OSHA regulations and recordkeeping requirements.  

Effective emergency action plans allow employees to plan for the unexpected.  Trained individuals are able to respond in a manner that ensures the safety of everyone on the premises.  

Employee Safety: Emergency Action Plan (EAP)

$14.95

You will learn:

  • Why Emergency Action Planning is Important
  • Emergency Action Plan Components
  • Leadership Responsibilities
  • Communication
  • Employee Training Requirements
  • Emergency Assistance
  • Hazards: Fire, Chemical, CO2 and CO, Indoor Air Quality, Injuries, and Hearing Loss