When preparing your emergency action plan, designate primary and secondary evacuation routes and exits. To the extent possible under the conditions, ensure that evacuation routes and emergency exits meet the following conditions:
Clearly marked and well lit;
Wide enough to accommodate the number of evacuating personnel;
Unobstructed and clear of debris at all times; and
Unlikely to expose evacuating personnel to additional hazards.
If you prepare drawings that show evacuation routes and exits, post them prominently for all employees to see.
*Reference taken from OSHA book: How to Plan for Workplace Emergencies and Evacuations / U.S. Department of Labor Occupational Safety and Health Administration / OSHA 3088 2001 (Revised).
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