Occupational Safety, Crisis management

Checklist: Acting safely in emergencies

A step-by-step guide to keeping a cool head in emergency situations

3 minutes

To prevent injuries to personnel as much as possible, good first aid and fire safety training for professionals and regular drills for all employees are essential. In the case of bigger incidents that can affect multiple people or necessitate a full evacuation, it is crucial that all employees have the same level of knowledge and are able to act deliberately.

Even once employees practice correct action for emergencies and commit them to memory, checklists can help you to act preventatively and keep a cool head in a real emergency.

Checklist: Acting Safely in Emergencies

With the checklist you are well prepared in the sudden case of an emergency. For the long run it can also be reasonable to establish a safety incident management process to make sure that everyone in the company has the same mindset also when smaller incidents occur. Get 6 tips for improving Safety Incident Management here!

Document and report incidents in an easy and uncomplicated way with Quentic. The software and app enable every employee to immediately report incidents. Actions can be put into motion immediately and information sent to the positions responsible. Find out more!

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