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Evacuation Diagrams

Evacuation diagrams assist both regular and visiting building occupants to understand exit pathways and building firefighting facilities, as part of their preparation in the case of emergency events. Evacuation diagrams are a vital part of a building’s emergency plan and procedures, providing key aspects of the procedures in a visual way.

AS3745: Planning for emergencies in facilities gives additional guidance as to the content and structure of an evacuation diagram and AS4083: Planning for emergencies – Health care facilities provides further detail for emergency planning in the unique environments of hospitals, aged care facilities and the like.

Key factors in achieving clear, concise and compliant evacuation diagrams include:

  • Size of the diagram
  • Containing the minimum elements prescribed in AS3745
  • Identifying appropriate mounting locations for the diagrams
  • Ensuring the diagrams are mounted at the correct height
  • Ensuring the diagrams have the correct orientation

Safety and Fire Education, part of the Safe24/7 Group Pty Ltd, has considerable experience in emergency planning and can guide you every step of the way from preparing emergency procedures and diagrams through to staff training and education.

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About Safety and Fire Education (SAFE)

Safety and Fire Education is the leading fire safety training provider in the Northern Rivers of NSW.

SAFE offers a range of Fire Safety Training Courses, Workplace Health and Safety (WHS) Training and First Aid Courses. Nationally recognised training is delivered on behalf of Allens Training Pty Ltd RTO 90909.

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SAFE’s trainers are highly qualified in all areas of Fire and Work Health and Safety education. They come with extensive industry experience including 15 years in the health service and over 20 years in emergency services.

To learn more about how SAFE can support with your Fire Safety, WHS or First Aid training, call them today on 02 66 24 7000 or visit their website to find out more.
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