VPPPA Supercast: Evacuation and Emergency Planning

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This webinar occurred on:  June 25, 2014

This webinar is focused on OSHA requirements for emergency action plans and fire protection plans.

Preparing for emergencies is a basic principle of workplace safety and health. OSHA's 29 CFR 1910.37 standard specifies that employers ensure the safe use of exit routes during an emergency, with requirements for lighting and marking exit routes; fire retardant paints; maintaining exit routes during construction, repairs, or alterations; and employee alarm systems.

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This webinar occurred on:  June 25, 2014


Lee Little has over 25 years of experience in the development, implementation and management of Health and Safety Systems and Risk Management Programs for the public and private sector, in various industries. Lee has worked as an Adjunct Instructor for Texas A&M TEEX for over 6 years training and developing safety professionals from across the country.
Lee also works as a Claims Adjuster and trainer for a fortune 150 Financial Services Institution.
Lee has instituted the effective development and management of various safety initiatives resulting in a reduction in direct Workers' Compensation cost from $1.7 million per year to approximately $500,000 per year. Managed varying sizes of industrial health and safety programs covering as many as 5,500 employees and up to 500 commercial vehicles.
Developed and implemented Health and Safety programs to include: Hearing Conservation to Hazard Communication; Respiratory protection to Permit Required Confined Space Entry; and from Driver/Fleet Safety to Accident Investigation. 
While serving in the military Lee was recognized by the Air Force Office of the Inspector General (IG) for his management of a Safety and Health program that was rated outstanding by the IG team.
Lee has effectively implemented safety systems and worked closely with the State to facilitate the removal of an employer from the Extra-Hazardous Employer designation listing.
Lee served as Chairman and coordinated the development of an effective employed based Accident Review Board (ARB) and Safety Selection Committee.
Lee has been a speaker on the subject is safety at various industry conferences -
APWA - American Public Works Association
TPWA - Texas Public Works Association
Texas Chapter of the National Safety Council
Region VI VPPPA Conference
Lee is a Certified Corporate Trainer and All Lines Insurance Adjuster.  He has a Bachelors degree in: Occupational Education and is pursuing his Masters degree in: Organizational Development and Management


The Voluntary Protection Programs Participants' Association, Inc. - The Premier Global Safety & Health OrganizationTM, is dedicated to cooperative occupational safety, health and environmental management systems. VPPPA is a member-based association, supporting worksites across the U.S. in their efforts to receive and maintain VPP status. The association works closely with OSHA, OSHA state-plan states, DOE and the Department of Defense (DoD) in the development and implementation of cooperative programs within the agencies.

Duration: 1 Hour