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Why Are Emergency Procedures Important?
Having clearly defined procedures to deal with emergencies that may occur in your workplace and making sure your workers are familiar with these procedures may save lives.
What DO Emergency Procedures Flip Charts Include?
EMERGENCY PROCEDURES FLIP CHART INCLUDES:
- Emergency phone numbers
- Fire Extinguisher selection chart
- Code RED – Fire and/or Smoke Emergency Procedure
- Code BROWN – External Emergency Procedure
- Code ORANGE – Evacuation Procedure
- Code BLACK – Personal Threat Procedure
- Code BLUE – Medical Emergency Procedure
- Code PURPLE – Bomb Threat Procedure
- Code YELLOW – Internal Emergency Procedure.
AS 3745-2010 was developed in 2010
The Australian Standard for Planning for emergencies in facilities – AS 3745-2010 was developed in 2010 with the objective to “enhance the safety of people in facilities, by providing a framework for emergency planning”. Standards are regularly amended to include more guidance for best practice.
What Is an Emergency Situation?
An emergency is a situation that poses an immediate risk to health, life, property or the environment and may require a quick response to prevent serious injury or damage.