Introduction|The Incident Commander|The HAZMAT Team|Communication|PPE|Work Practices & Training|Review
When you are faced with a chemical emergency scenario, you are faced with something that could quickly become far worse, threatening not only your facility but the surrounding community. While no one may know for certain when an emergency will occur, you can prepare for it by having a written emergency response plan. In fact, OSHA requires all employers who deal with hazardous chemicals to have such a plan. This Video On Demand training explains what this plan entails, proper communication procedures, as well as how to best prepare yourself for a future chemical emergency. With the use of the emergency response plan as well as the information presented here, you will be better prepared to act before, during, and after an emergency, thus ensuring the safety of all those involved.