Occupational and environmental health and safety (OEHS) professionals play an important role in promoting and supporting employee and responder safety in an emergency response.
A successful response depends on a good plan. Before an incident occurs, the OEHS professional should integrate into the planning process in a manner that optimizes the safety of responders.
This framework provides an overview of emergency planning while specifying the knowledge, skills, and abilities that the OEHS professional needs to integrate into the process—regardless of whether the OEHS professional is leading the planning effort or playing a support role to another planning lead.
Here’s a Sneak Peek of What’s Inside:
- An Overview of the Basics of Planning
- Building the Planning Team
- Understanding the Situation
- Determining Goals and Objectives
- Preparing and Reviewing the Plan
- Implementing and Maintaining the Plan
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This framework serves as a companion to the AIHA® Framework: Role of the OEHS Professional in Continuity Planning.