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Evacuation Diagrams

Building and Fire Safety Regulation 2008 Part 4 Section 18 gives the meaning of evacuation diagram. Contingency Fire and Safety Planning professionally tailors in “understandable form” and installs your buildings evacuation diagrams and signs in accordance with the regulation:

  1. The place that corresponds to the place in the building where the diagram is displayed
  2. The route from the place mentioned in paragraph (a) to the nearest exit of the building
  3. Each exit of the building
  4. Any intercommunication devices in the common areas of the building
  5. The manually operated fire alarms in the building
  6. The firefighting equipment in the building
  7. Each designated assembly area for the building
  8. The route from each exit shown on the diagram to a designated assembly area

The requirement for Evacuation Diagrams has been further detailed in Australian Standard 3745:2010 with both the required and optional elements. Contingency Fire and Safety Planning considers both statutory and optional elements in developing a site specific evacuation diagram set that exceeds the legislation and standard requirements so in the event of an emergency the risk to safety of building occupants and property is reduced to as far as reasonable practicable.

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