100511 – Fire and Emergency Preparedness
Fire and Emergency Preparedness provides an overview of how to prepare for and respond to workplace emergencies.
This course covers individual responsibilities in an emergency and speaking up if employees observe or become aware of workplace risks that could affect employee safety in an emergency. Additionally, learners are introduced to preparing for fire emergencies by recognizing and avoiding fire risks and responding safely if a fire occurs in the workplace. Finally, this course provides information for evaluating emergency situations for evacuation or shelter-in-place, and how to evacuate safely if needed.
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