Evacuation Diagrams are key to helping people stay safe.
Evacuation Diagrams are recommended for all buildings big or small. Their purpose is to be located throughout the building to educate and inform everyone of the location of fire equipment, nearest emergency exits, and assembly areas. They are also particularly helpful when you have multiple groups using your building.
Evacuation diagrams are prepared by RLink using the guidelines found in AS 3745:2010 Planning for Emergencies in Facilities.
If an emergency or a disaster happens, you need to know what to do. You need to be calm and in control. Do you and your organisation know what to do in case of a fire? Or in case of a medical emergency, or an armed intruder? If these things happen, knowing what you should do saves lives.
Contact us today to find out how we can help keep your place safe with evacuation diagrams and an emergency management plan.Contact us