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lead to a disorganized evacuation or emergency response, resulting in confusion, injury, andproperty damage” (OSHA, n.d.). After the rebuild all employees need to be trained on what to doif and when there is another fire or emergency. After all, have been given their initial trainingthere should be annual refresher training to keep everyone up to date with things that might have
SCENARIO-BASED CASE STUDYchanged and to make sure the procedures stay fresh in their mind. Along with training thereshould be a training manager to keep track of all the employees training. During the year thewarehouse should conduct no notice drills and see how the employees react and respond to thedrill. At the end of the drill perform and out brief with all employees to let them know what wentwell and what did not and have a discussion on what can be done better for next time, and try toanswer any questions and concerns the employees had.
SCENARIO-BASED CASE STUDYReferenceBrakhage, C., Abrams, A., & Fortney, J. (2016).Fire protection, detection, andsuppression systems. Stillwater, OK: Fire Protection Publications, OklahomaState University.OSHA. (n.d.). Retrieved November 30, 2019, from.
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