Workplace Emergency Procedures

 In Workplace Safety

Complete a risk assessment

According to Ready.gov, “A risk assessment is a process to identify potential hazards and analyze what could happen if a hazard occurs.”

Business impact analysis

According to Ready.gov, “A business impact analysis predicts the consequences of disruption of a business function and process and gathers information needed to develop recovery strategies. Potential loss scenarios should be identified during a risk assessment. Operations may also be interrupted by the failure of a supplier of goods or services or delayed deliveries. There are many possible scenarios which should be considered.”

Train employees in CPR

Next, we get to the nitty-gritty of what should be done during an emergency. As Ready.gov advises, “At the very least, every facility should develop and implement an emergency plan for protecting employees, visitors, contractors and anyone else in the facility.

The plan involves four steps.

Protective Actions for Life Safety (PALS)

This first portion of the plan includes building evacuation (which should be practiced and perfected through a series of regular and random “fire drills”.

Sheltering from Severe Weather

Tornadoes and such


From an exterior airborne hazard including chemical releases


Protective action when faced with an act of violence.

Storee Construction has provided industrial solutions and served as the facilities contractor for many large companies over as much as a 40-year span. Because we are able to provide the widest range of services, we can remain on-site to manage any issue and offer 24-hour emergency response. You may take advantage of our custom services, including custom product applications and strategic planning.

Emergency Services

The infrastructure and many moving and non-moving parts within a manufacturing facility are vulnerable to damage or failure. A door or wall can take one too many hits from a forklift. A conveyor belt can suddenly go off track. A broken door or wall tear down can be more than just an inconvenience. For some manufacturers, this can be a detriment to their entire business if they are handling products that must be kept within a specific temperature range. An out-of-service production line can stop operations entirely and jeopardize a manufacturer’s production deadline unless they can get a swift repair. These are just examples of the many emergencies can happen inside a manufacturing facility. Storee has the capability and experience to provide prompt reactive solutions in emergencies to get a manufacturer’s production operations back online.

We’ve gone over what your business needs in order to prep for and recover after a tornado. Many of the items in our tornado emergency plan can be modified so that your business — not to mention your home — are absolutely prepared.

Your company has a better chance of weathering a storm when you create and practice safe work practices. Your plan needs to be detailed and customized for your factory, warehouse or office.

Storee prides itself on responding to our clients’ late-night emergencies, the weekend production outage, the aftermath of a natural disaster and more. Once the unexpected happens, minutes count. Storee’s experienced and capable facilities contractors are dedicated to taking care of your project and facility.

Contact Storee with any questions. Or partner with us today by contacting us for a consultation!