Hazard ID is a basic building block of any health and safety program. But emergency response planning requires a different approach to envisioning potential hazards based on a wide range of different external factors—and designing training, controls, and business continuity plans for any emergency.
We often think of emergencies as situations that might happen “someday” but if the pandemic has taught us anything – it’s that emergencies can and DO happen. Identifying the potential hazards of an emergency ahead of time builds employee confidence – and helps you to build a strong culture.
In this session, learn how to identify the hazards of any potential emergency you might encounter in your workplace and build plans to reduce the risk for your people and your business.