Employee Factsheet: Emergency Management

Friday, January 15, 2021

Do not attempt to extinguish the fire yourself unless you have received portable fire extinguisher training and are a company fire warden or member of an emergency squad. Even if you are a fire warden, your main duty is to signal the existence of a fire and evacuate, so only tackle the fire if it is small.

How to Develop an Emergency Plan

Friday, January 15, 2021

Define the scope, roles and responsibilities for emergency management, including terrorist incidents. An incident response team should:

Pandemic Recovery Plan Policy

Friday, January 15, 2021

In addition to the organisation’s continuity recovery planning policy, the organisation recognises the need to have a separate pandemic recovery plan and procedure. The reason for this is that a general continuity recovery plan focuses on a short-term recovery programme. Should the UK face an influenza pandemic, the effects of the pandemic could last many months.

Disaster Recovery Planning Policy

Friday, January 15, 2021

The directors of the organisation recognise the need to have a comprehensive continuity recovery plan. The following procedure sets out the contingency measures that the organisation will bring into effect in the event of a disaster or major incident that has affected its business.

Emergency Planning Policy

Friday, January 15, 2021

The production manager is designated as emergency co-ordinator and, in their absence, the deputy head of production.

Crisis Management Policy

Friday, January 15, 2021

In the event of a fatality, the safety of life shall override all other considerations. However, the organisation recognises that once the safety of life is assured, it is responsible for providing investigators, the media and the families of those affected with information relating to the incident.

Emergency Management: Quick Facts

Friday, January 15, 2021

There are a number of legal requirements that establish duties and set criteria for organisations to establish procedures, competencies and equipment specifications for emergency events. Employers’ Duties