BHV & evacuation plan, RIE

Within our organization, several colleagues have been trained as emergency response team members (BHV-ers). They follow a refresher course every year so they can continue sticking on your patch in the right way and safely evacuate the building. Are you new to our organization? Then quickly take a look at Glass Frog to see who are the Health and safety guards and the Emergency Response Officers (BHV-er).

So what can you do to keep it safe?

  • Make sure that objects are not blocking the paths
  • Keep emergency exits accessible at all times
  • Keep the path to extinguishers clear at all times.
  • Check the evacuation plan (20 April 2019) at the main entrance

Familiarise yourself with your workspace:

  • In which part of the building am I?
  • Where are the nearest fire extinguishers?
  • What is the fastest route to safety (emergency routes) in case of an evacuation?
  • Always follow instructions from a BHVer
  • Report a (near) accident to the BHV-er; they will report it.

We are obligated to draw up an annual Risk Inventory and Evaluation (RIE), and we are also obliged to get them checked by a health and safety expert. For this reason, we have created the Health and safety guard who is accountable for this.

You can find the current Risk Inventory and Evaluation (RIE) 🇳🇱 , the related plan of action, current emergency response plans and those of the of recent years on the Drive.

This is the most current emergency response plan for Voys (Local emergency (BHV) plan ).