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What steps do I take to create a fire safety / emergency management document? Would appreciate your assistance and /or guidance.

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A fire safety document should contain these elements:
Assignment of Responsibility
Plan Implementation
Types of Hazards
Program Review

The Objective gives the purpose and scope of the document. The background describes the company and provides an overview of the fire prevention plan. The assignment of responsibility describes provides responsibilities to designated parties. The plan implementation then tasks the responsible parties with activities to assure fire safety. The types of hazards lists the different types of activities that could cause fire. The training section details the necessary training that responsible parties must take.

For additional background, see Occupational Safety and Health Administration's (OSHA) standard on fire prevention, 29 CFR 1910.39.

Your emergency management document should mention the key phases of emergency management. These are:
Preparedness ...

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