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Emergency Preparedness

Emergency Action Plan

There are OSHA standards that specifically require implementation of Emergency Action Plans that require compliance with the Emergency Action Plan Standard. Check out this SafetyConnection for guidance with your Emergency Action Plan.

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Active Shooter

Responding to an Active Shooter

During a Active Shooter situation it is critical that employees act quickly and reasonably, keeping in mind that customers and clients are likely to follow their example. Check out this SafetyConnection for tips on how to best respond.

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Fire Extinguisher

Responding to Law Enforcement

Are you and your team prepared on how to react when law enforcement arrives after a workplace emergency? Reference this SafetyConnection for the best protocol to follow and what useful information you can provide.

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Fire Extinguisher

Fire Extinguisher Use

Fire extinguishers are an important piece of safety equipment. In the event of a fire, seconds count. Follow these tips to be sure you are prepared to use a fire extinguisher and maximize the limited supply of material available.

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Wellness

Profile of an Active Shooter

An Active Shooter is an individual actively engaged in injuring or attempting to injure people in a confined and populated area. In most cases, active shooters use firearms, and there is no pattern or method to their selection of victims.

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Electrical Safety

Hazards in the Workplace

Hazard Identification and Assessment are important actions used to provide a safer workplace for employees, and a disciplined and orderly approach can go a long way. Check out this SafetyConnection for a useful resource and guide.

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For more information or to request resources, please contact our Risk Management Services department by phone at 800.942.0225, Ext. 3367920 or by email at riskmanagement@keyrisk.com.

The resources on this page provide general information and suggestions related to workplace safety programs only. State requirements and individual workplace conditions and circumstances vary, and the information contained herein cannot replace or substitute for the services of trained professionals. Although the information contained herein was obtained from sources believed to be reliable, Key Risk makes no warranty and assumes no liability or responsibility for the correctness, sufficiency, or completeness of this information or any damages incurred resulting from the use of this information.