Evacuation Safety. Be prepared before an emergency strikes

Depending on your work site, there may be emergency situations that would require an evacuation plan. Emergencies can include:

  • Fires
  • Weather-related danger
  • Toxic material release
  • Explosions
  • Workplace violence

A disorganized evacuation can result in confusion, injury and property damage. An Emergency Action Plan should include an evacuation section that details such items as routes and exits, evacuation conditions and accounting for employees after an evacuation, for example. It is important for all employees to understand the evacuation plan and for periodic tests to be conducted. Always make sure the plan is up-to-date and located in an accessible place.


Safety has been Tradesmen International’s #1 Core Value since our inception in 1992. While we’re proud to provide all our employees OSHA Training, Tool-Box Talks as well as On-going Safety Communication and Education, we believe that each individual must personally emphasize safe behavior at home, on the road, the jobsite and at all times to ensure their safety and the safety of all those around them.

Meet with a Tradesmen team member and or call 855-723-3844 to learn more about OSHA 10 Hour Construction Safety and Health training opportunities.