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This standard applies to those emergency procedures involving: fires, collapses, hazardous spills and other emergencies that could endanger workers; emergency rescue of injured or ill workers or other persons or of uninjured workers unable to rescue themselves; onsite provision of first aid and...
This standard applies to those emergency procedures involving: fires, collapses, hazardous spills and other emergencies that could endanger workers; emergency rescue of injured or ill workers or other persons or of uninjured workers unable to rescue themselves; onsite provision of first aid and emergency medical care; evacuation and transportation of injured or ill workers to appropriate emergency medical facilities; pre-planning and coordination of emergency plan with emergency medical facilities; training on emergency procedures/plans for workers and other groups.
1. General 1.1 Scope 1.2 Purpose 1.3 Exceptions 2. Referenced Standards 2.1 OSHA Standards and Requirements for Emergencies 2.2 Related American National Standards 2.3 Other Standards 3. Definitions 4. Pre-planning and Coordination 4.1 Hazard Assessment 4.2 Emergency/Incident Action Plan (EAP) 5. Emergency/Incident Management 5.1 Initiate Emergency/Incident Action Plan 5.2 Rescue and Retrieval 5.3 Incident Termination 6. First Aid and Emergency Medical Care 6.1 General Requirements 6.2 First-Aid Personnel 6.3 First-Aid Kits 6.4 First-Aid Stations and Infirmaries 7. Appendices 7.1 Note 7.2 Information on National Incident Management System (NIMS) and Incident Command System (ICS) Appendixes 1. Emergency Action Plan 2. Rescue Hazard Analysis (RHA) Matrix 3. Emergency Rescue Procedures 4. Incident Management System 5. Critical Incident Stress Management
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