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Evacuation Signs and Diagrams

For a building to be compliant with the Building Fire Safety Regulation 2008 and The Australian Standard AS3745-2010 it must be equipped with evacuation signs, and have a fire evacuation plan. An evacuation plan will reduce the potential for injury and/or panic in the event of a fire. Evacuation signs or diagrams play an important role in providing clear, simple to read information when it’s needed most. This information is important not only for your staff, but in particular for any visitors who may be unfamiliar with the building. These signs are required to be displayed in a conspicuous position and attached to either a wall or door. A few of the key features evacuation signs indicate include exactly where you are located in the building, the route to your nearest exist, the location of fire alarms and fire fighting equipment as well as the designated assembly area a outside of the building.

Fire Safety Diagrams

All signs are supplied as a full colour laminated A3 size, and if necessary we can visit your workplace to ensure your signage is placed in the appropriate places. Fire Safe Services offer a complete and comprehensive fire safety service. If you don’t already have an evacuation plan in place, and require training, one of our qualified staff can assist with Evacuation Training, Warden Training, or Fire Extinguisher Training. Call us today to arrange a time to discuss your fire safety evacuation plan.

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