Fire Evacuation Diagrams

By: Workplace Emergency Management  01-Aug-2013
Keywords: Fire Training, Fire Safety Training, Warden Training

Evacuation Diagrams Evacuation diagrams (also known as fire evacuation diagrams or plans) are a requirement in all workplaces. The purpose of the evacuation diagram is to: ◾Prepare people prior to an emergency by providing a pictorial representation of the facility and its emergency information ◾Guide people to safety in an emergency ◾Identify location of emergency equipment (alarms, fire extinguishers, fire hose reels, first aid points, warden phones, hydrants, etc...) ◾Identify location of emergency and fire exits ◾Identify location of assembly areas, holding and communication points ◾Identify communication and emergency contact information ◾Identify emergency procedures ◾Provide an orientation of where you are The development of evacuation diagrams will be in accordance with Australian Standard 3745-2010 Planning for Emergencies in Facilities.

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