of (18) additional items that should be considered in preparing an EAP (Rener, 2013). These
items include: the roles and responsibilities, procedures specific to each type of emergency,
aiding people with disabilities, training, documentation, inspection and maintenance of building
life safety features, drills, and post planning.
Workplace emergency practices should be conducted regularly no matter how big or how
small the organization.
Practicing will define the roles and responsibilities of each employee
during an emergency, to ensure the safety of everyone.
Additionally, practicing will help identify
any potential hazards and help address different emergency situations as it relates to the facility.
Upon completion of the Washington Distribution Warehouse, consideration should be placed on
developing a written plan, procedures and work practices that meet both NFPA and OSHA
After the plan has been developed the employer shall provide safety training
for all employees.
The employer will also need to determine the necessary equipment to deal
with the hazards in the environment to ensure the safety of everyone.
shall attend EAP trainings, familiarize themselves with the audible alarms and procedures
ensure a successful evacuation.
Lastly, the EPA must be in plain sight for all to see.
Water supply system and water pressure
Not all water supply systems are created equally.
While there are several different water
supply systems and designs depending on the application, they all have one thing in common,
they all need water.
The NFPA 13 Standard is the Installation of Sprinkler Systems and should be used when
installing a fire system.
The code covers the requirements for designing a sprinkler system to