The badge scanner generates an automatic report for supervisors to use.
A buddy system must be used. If a person is going to be out they must tell their buddy.
A supervisor or manager must be notified.
Methods may vary by department. Each department manager is responsible for executing the method that works best for their area.
A pallet of batteries falls and five or more batteries rupture and spill,
Tip over of a 5 gallon gasoline can.
An exploded battery.
A 55 gallon drum of oil ruptured indoors.
Natural gas line leak.
Train derailment with chemical release
Jump on the nearest golf car and drive to security.
Call outside 911
Use the PA system to evacuate the plant.
Less than 30 seconds
Between 30 and 60 seconds
60 - 90 seconds
90 - 120 seconds
A police siren
A loud, intermittent horn, similar to a horn on a ship
An intermittent buzz sound with flashing lights.
A continuous horn
Stay in my assembly area and wait for instructions from my supervisor.
Make a quick trip to Chik Fil A
Go to my car to listen to some tunes.
Go to the command center to get more information.
Gas line leak
Violence at workplace
Tornado touch down
The site EHS manager.
Ingersoll Rand Crisis Team
VP of Operations
The Fire Department Commander upon arrival
Get on a forklift and buckle up.
Head to an interior room, stairway, or bathroom and get down low, protecting your head.
Find a cinder block wall and hunker down.
Look outside and determine direction of storm, then take shelter on opposite end of building
Wait and see if the main alarm goes off.
Head towards the alarm to see what might be wrong.
Leave and head for your assembly / rally point