1910.33 Subpart E- Exit Route, Emergency Action and Fire Prevention Plans
Hmmmm?1910.33 SubpartE Exit Routes
In June, OSHA issued an enforcement memorandum instructing their CSHO’s to “be mindful of whether the employer has provided and maintained adequate means of egress from work areas, eg., adequate number of exit routes are provided, exit routes are free and unobstructed, and exit doors are not locked.”
Here are some training materials from Ohio Bureau of Workmen’s Comp for training in this area.
Your employees and trainers are sure to enjoy these!
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