OSHA Training for Emergency Action Plans: Is it Even Required?

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Arlington, TX

#1 May 4, 2013
OSHA standards for emergency action plans do not call for all employers to develop an emergency action plan for their site, as commonly believed. Instead, it just provides the required elements of the plan IF it is required by another standard. See whpo is and is not required to implement an emergency action plan and provide training for their employees at http://www.oshatraining.com/emergency-action-... , you may be suprised to learn what the regulations actually say on this topic.

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