Emergency preparedness is essential in every working environment, which is why our government has two agencies dedicated to it: FEMA and OSHA. While these names may be familiar to you, it’s likely you don’t know everything they stand for and offer. But together with these agencies, you can learn how best to respond to emergencies and how to take action to keep yourself and those around you safe. This course prepares you for a natural disaster and other emergency situations.
After completing this course, you’ll be able to:
Explain the importance of emergency preparedness.
List the types of natural disasters that may occur.
Explain how to prepare your workplace for a natural disaster.
Identify the key components of an emergency preparedness plan.
Explain the purpose of a business continuity plan.
And identify OSHA and FEMA recommended preparation procedures for the common types of natural disasters.