'Care to humans and the environment'
Industrial Safety specialises in the prevention of occupational hazards in risk management and environmental protection in companies with the aim of creating a safe and productive work environment.

Emergency Preparedness

Emergency Preparedness

Preparation for the unexpected (e.g. earthquake, fire, armed robbery) is crucial for a company, in particular in premises where there is a large accumulation of people. The conduct of an Emergency Management Plan and an Evacuation Plan from the workplace is a legislative requirement (Law 1568/1985, art. 1). Emergency Preparedness includes the planning as well as the readiness of the company in front of emergencies, that has to be regularly tested by conducting emergency drills and be updated when needed.

The benefits for the company are profound. Beyond legislation compliance, emergency preparedness presents a solid proof of corporate responsibility vis-a-vis the employees but also the shareholders of the company. In particular, the Emergency Management Plan, prepared by Industrial Safety contributes to:

  • Accident prevention to employees, visitors and clients of the company
  • Provision of know-how in the management of emergencies, which is usefull for all employees in their private lives
  • Prevention of extended damage to the workplace and its surroundings
  • Oprimal Management of large-scale incidents and better support to the authorities (e.g. Fire Brigade)
  • Mitigation of the impact that a large-scale incident bears on the employess through the psychological support of Industrial Safety's exterts, who are specialised in post-trauma support (see Ergonomia EAP pages on this web site for more info)
  • Increase of the employees moral and their sense of security, resulting to an increase of their committment to the company.

Industrial Safety's Emergency Management Plan has been sucessfully implemented in plethora of Companies, Industries, Warehouses, Stadia and Theathres, Vessels, Wind Turbines and many other premises in Greece. It involves a systemic approach, including procedures, instructions to the employees, signposting studies as well as an overall support to the company, from employee training to the preparation and conduct of emergency drills.