Overview
Bioscience
Selecting Your Facility
Site Assessments
LEED Assistance
Real Estate Evaluation (Property Condition Assessments)
Environmental Site Assessments
Customizing Your Work Site
Commissioning Services
Lab Design Review
Getting Your Research Up and Running
Permitting
Environmental Health & Safety Program Plans
Emergency Response Plans
Evacuation Plans
ASHRAE 110 Fume Hood Tests and Biosafety Cabinet Testing
Maintaining EH&S Compliance
Regulatory Compliance Services
Training
Biosafety Services
Radiation
Lab Safety Inspection Programs
Exposure Monitoring
EH&S Animal Labs
Potent Compound Reviews
Ergonomics & Injury Prevention Programs
Hazardous Waste Management
Security Plans
Chemical Hygiene Plans
Customized Management Plans
Solving / Avoiding Building Problems
IAQ/IEQ Assessments & Remediation
Mold Assessments & Remediation
HVAC Performance Analysis
Energy Efficiency
Growing Your Business
Lab Decommissioning
Construction Upgrade Reviews
IEQ During Construction
Emergency Response Services
Disaster / Emergency Recovery
Loss Mitigation
Risk Communication & Management
Mold & Moisture Assessment
Remediation Design & Management
Exposure Assessment
HAZMAT
Legionella Assessments
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Emergency Response Plans

The purpose of an Emergency Response Plan is to prevent and to minimize real or potential hazards to public health, safety, welfare or the environment from fires, explosions, spills or any other unplanned releases of hazardous materials from the facility. Your Emergency Response Plan must comply with federal, state and local regulations. The plan must clearly outline personnel roles during an emergency, lines of authority, and communication for all affected parties including additional responders such as Fire Departments, law enforcement agencies, emergency medical services, and state and federal agencies.

An Emergency Response Plan is critical to safe operations in a laboratory but developing and maintaining an effective plan can be a challenge. A change in facility, operations or personnel may necessitate updating your plan. EH&E can help you develop a plan or improve an existing one. Through reviewing building specifications and conducting a site visit, we can identify the types of uncontrolled releases that employees could encounter in your workplace. Then we will develop an appropriate plan for responding to these emergencies. EH&E can also assist you with implementation of the Emergency Response Plan and employee training.