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OSHA 7105 - Introduction to Evacuation and Emergency Planning

Learn what you need to know about emergency planning and the features of good evacuation plans. The increased concern about terrorism and disasters has forced small business representatives to think seriously about the need to plan what they will do in the event of emergencies. The target audience is the small employer, business owner, or a representative designated with the responsibility to plan for emergencies and evacuation procedures.

Travel plans must accommodate the course end time.

Course Number: FPM-40410   Credit: .5 units

Other Credit: Credit: .5 unit CEUs: .8 ABIH Credit: 1.0 CM Point BCSP Credit: .8 COCs

Textbooks: All materials are provided on the first day of class.

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