Bloodborne Pathogens Written Exposure Control Plan – A written Exposure Control Plan (ECP) is required for employees who may be exposed to bloodborne pathogens.  The ECP will be customized for your facility and will include guidelines for employees to follow to minimize the risk of infection as well as procedures for treatment in the event of accidental exposure.  The length of time required to complete the plan depends on the type of exposures and the number of employees covered by the program.

Business Resumption Plan – Planning for resuming business after a disaster can mean the difference between recovering from the incident or going out of business.  The BRP identifies critical areas of the operations that will need to continue and outlines procedures for continuity to resume normal business functions.

Confined Space Rescue Plan – For employers who have permit-required confined spaces that are entered by employees, a Confined Space Rescue Plan is required to provide policies and procedures for the safe rescue of employees entering permit spaces.  Training, inspections, equipment and safe work practices will be covered.

Crisis Communication Plan – When a facility is faced with a crisis, having a plan that outlines procedures for dealing with it can help minimize the impact on the business.  The Crisis Communication Plan provides templates that key employees follow when dealing with the media, trade unions, employee relations, the community and government agencies.

Emergency Action Plan (EAP) – Every workplace is required to have an EAP.  Your customized Plan will include procedures for evacuating your facility, outline training requirements for employees, and contain information on how to minimize disasters and respond to emergencies.  The cost for delivering the Plan depends on many factors, such as the size of the facility, the number of employees, the hazards exposed, the availability of existing information, etc.

Fall Protection Rescue Plan – Any employer that exposes an employee to a fall of greater than the 30” (6’ for construction) must have a written Plan for responding to falls requiring rescue from Personal Fall Arrest Equipment.  Included in the Plan is training requirements, emergency response procedures, and equipment considerations.  The cost of the Plan depends on the type of hazards, the fall protection equipment used, established rescue procedures, and the number of employees protected by the Plan.

Fire Prevention Plan - Fires in the workplace are one of the most common and potentially devastating emergency that any employer can face.  Procedures for preventing fire in the workplace are included in the company’s customized Fire Prevention Plan.

First Aid Plan - Injuries in the workplace are a fact of many businesses.  Employers are required to have a written Plan that outlines the efforts that are made to respond to the injuries when they happen. 

Hazardous Materials Business Plan – In California, most municipal fire departments require that employers who have certain regulated chemicals report those chemicals and established safety and emergency response procedures annually in the form of a Business Plan.  The information is used among other things to “pre-plan” business so that chemical hazards are identified and prepared for at each business.
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