Site Emergency Evacuation Plan - Escape, Evacuation, & Rescue Analysis
In case of emergency, efficient escape, evacuation, and rescue plan is vital to avoid/minimize injuries and fatalities; i.e., Emergency Plan and Response.
The emergency response process is based on how the following EER elements are addressed:
Detection of an incident and communication of the emergency.
Access to muster areas.
Mustering and the command and control of the emergency.
Egress from muster points to the evacuation points.
Primary and secondary Evacuation points.
Escape, if the evacuation points are inaccessible.
Rescue and subsequent recovery, where personnel are brought to a place of safety.
The study performed by BC ensures site layout drawings, which include and mark all cited EERA elements; e.g., emergency control points, muster areas, main/local gathering points, emergency shelters, location of control rooms and substations, preferred and alternate evacuation routes, escape routes.
The more robust the quantitative assessment, the more detailed the EERA results:
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