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Occupational Health and Safety Assignment #2 Aliza Hassan, Vandana Patel, Varinder Parmar & Shamama Azeemi August 11 th 2016 1 | P a g e
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Part 1: Emergency Response Plan Pre contact Evacuation Plan for Print Yours Address: Mississauga emergency fire in the last five business days Evacuation may be required if there is a fire in the building or other hazard. The evacuation team will direct the evacuation of the building and account for all employees outside at a safe location. In the last five business days of the month, premises are not accessible. Due to which we need to do the following: 1. The company is headed by the CEO, they have a CEO, Director of HR, and an HR manager for each facility, VP business Development and relationship management, director of marketing , VP Health and safety, and an IT Manager . Each functional area has support staff As the information provided each Mississauga facility is staffed with a manager, a health and safety representative, machine operators, maintenance staff and material handlers. In total the Mississauga facility has 75 people per shift, because of the time sensitivity during this period a Pitney Bowes service technician is on site during each of the 3 shifts. In this case, the side must be divided into small, related areas. The workers in each area in the printing industry must be identified and trained to recognize and remember workers who are not part of their section. This probably happens routinely during working hours, but the noted presence of these outsiders must become second nature. In case of a major emergency for example a fire that is taking place, all workers must be accounted for. 1. Outside the building and away from any roadways there should be assembly points that allow for the movement of emergency vehicles. The employees from each work area noted above must be trained to quickly move to their respective assembly points and remain there until a head count is complete and missing workers are accounted for. 2. Once every employee has been accounted for and the extent of the emergency has been determined, employees can be instructed to return to work or to go home and report when called. 3. Any critical equipment or process that may increase the overall risk of emergency should be addressed. For example, the supply sources of flammable materials such as gas should be shut off. These tasks should be undertaken only by maintenance employees who are highly trained in emergency procedures. 4. The end of the emergency can be called only by the senior person responsibility for the operation’s emergency procedures. 2 | P a g e
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5. A post evacuation assessment must be done to identify problems in the evacuation plan. Remedial measures can then be taken. Notification of Authorities: Companies should be aware of any legislative requirements, such as the requirement to notify the ministry of labor, police and so on. In location with the 911 emergency system, an industrial
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