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An Emergency Action Plan (EAP) is required at some facilities and strongly recommended for all others. An employer (property owner or occupier) must have an EAP whenever a specific OSHA rule requires one. For example, an EAP is required at any facility where employees are required to evacuate when a fire alarm is sounded. Employers at facilities with fixed extinguishing systems and fire detection systems must also develop an EAP.

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