Hazard Identification & Management and Emergency Action Plans
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Hazard Identification & Management and Emergency Action Plans

Identifying and understanding the scope of potential hazards is essential to creating a safe work environment.

3/5/2019
When: Tuesday, March 5th
8:30 AM - 12:30 PM
Where: UEA Building
906 NE 19th Ave
Portland, Oregon  97232
United States
Presenter: Al Freauff, AEF Safety
Contact: Emerald Stander
503-595-2095


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Hazard Identification & Management and Emergency Action Plans

Price: $199 for Members, $249 for Non-members

Recognizing that any place of employment is subject to workplace disasters, OR-OSHA requires all employers to minimize the likelihood of an occurrence and create a plan that will minimize harm to people and property should one occur.

Understanding the scope of potential hazards and following an established methodology for identifying and correcting hazards is essential to creating a safe work environment. An effective Hazard Analysis Program can also be a valuable tool for training new employees in the steps required to perform their jobs safely.

Hazard Analysis programs should assess general workplace safety and facility specific hazards. In addition, unsafe work practices are the leading causes of workplace injuries, so a review of current work practices should always be included in a workplace hazard inspection.

In addition to a Hazard Analysis program, Oregon and Washington OSHA require a written Emergency Action Plan for most employers.  

A good Emergency Action Plan can save lives and property by laying out just how you should respond to all the most likely scenarios. Does your company have a plan?  When was the last time you reviewed it and are all members of your staff aware of what to do?

Attend this workshop to learn: 

  • OSHA Standards regarding hazard recognition
  • How to assess hazards present in the workplace
  • How to manage hazards once identified
  • How to assess the level of intensity of a hazard
  • How to perform a Vulnerability Analysis
  • The requirements for an Emergency Action Plan
  • How to review and maintain your Action Plan 

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