Introduction|General Emergency Preparedness|Fire Response|Proper Use of Fire Extinguishers|Chemical Spill/Release Response|Severe Weather|Earthquake Response|Medical Emergencies|Conclusion
Being prepared for an emergency helps ensure employees will respond appropriately should one occur, and increases the chance of having more positive outcomes. Severe weather, earthquakes, fires, and chemical releases are all examples of potential workplace emergencies. This video training course is for all employees to learn about emergency response procedures. Examples are shown of how to properly respond to various types of emergencies, such as weather emergencies, fires, chemical spills/releases, and medical emergencies. Employees trained in emergency response are more likely to respond appropriately and safely should an emergency occur. Use this video to teach employees how to effectively respond in a workplace emergency.