Emergency response can refer many different types of events including medical emergencies; weather related emergency, fire, environmental emergencies including accidental releases, spills, etc. This section focuses on environmental related emergencies and the associated regulatory obligations including employee training requirements, documentation and reporting.
Emergency spill response tote, fire extinguisher, emergency lighting, and hazard response instruction poster.
Emergency health and safety station with sink, fire extinguisher, and required hazard communication/response posters. Note that the MSDS book is missing from its holder on the wall. This could lead to an OSHA compliance issue.
Emergency eye wash stations should be easily accessible in all areas where hazardous materials are handled.