Are you prepared for an emergency?
Perils such as fire, severe storms, hurricanes and tornadoes may require an evacuation plan for habitational or commercial buildings. To help you think about these exposures, we've gathered a few resources. Below are links to the U.S. Department of Labor's Occupational Safety and Health Administration website with standards for exit routes, emergency action plans and fire prevention plans.
- Subpart E 1910.33 - Table of contents
- Subpart E 1910.34 - Coverage and definitions
- Subpart E 1910.35 - Compliance with NFPA 101-2000, life safety code
- Subpart E 1910.36 - Design and construction requirements for exit routes
- Subpart E 1910.37 - Maintenance, safeguards and operational features for exit routes
- Subpart E 1910.38 - Emergency action plans