3 key steps to your Commercial Emergency Plan.
List your emergency contacts
Keep a list of key emergency phone numbers in a secure offsite location. These should include the local state emergency, police, fire and ambulance services. You could also include a list of recovery contacts such as: your insurance company, bank or building society, employees, suppliers and any other key people.
Set up an emergency action team & communicate
Communication is essential when making emergency planning procedures. Consider allocating a person/people to be responsible for any emergency situation. Set clear roles and responsibilities and provide appropriate training.
Through your emergency staff, communicate all relevant emergency information to all your employees. Display your evacuation plan, key phone numbers and emergency supplies in a prominent location and let your employees know where to find it.
Keep your emergency management plan up to date
When you rehearse your plan you may find that there are missing elements or steps you need to change. This is your opportunity to ensure your emergency procedures are as efficient as possible. It’s also important to update your plan each time you have staffing changes, or when you move to a new business location.
Emergency management planning can help you identify risks to your business, critical areas of your business and how to best protect them. It also covers continuity and recovery planning to help your business prepare for and survive any emergency situation.
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