Federal Regulation on Emergency Action Plans - 29 CFR 1910.38

OSHA E-TOOL for Emergency Action Plan Development

Emergency Action Plan Template

What you need to know:
1) All units with 10 or more people need a written plan that is posted in the workplace and available for review.

2) A unit must review their emergency action plan with employees when the plan is developed or changed,  when new employees onboard, when the plan is changed, or when the employees responsibilities in the plan are changed.

3) An Emergency Evacuation Diagram can not be substituted for an Emergency Action Plan, but can be a part of it.

4) Emergencies covered in an emergency action plan can be fire, earthquakes, active shooter,  or any other plausible emergency.

5) Emergency action drills should be conducted as often as necessary to keep personnel prepared.

For additional information, please contact Camilla Llantada @ (760) 763-5328 or Mr. Dale Waldren @ (760) 763-2366. Or send an email to

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