Evacuation Diagrams

Ensure facility occupants can quickly and easily get the information they need to evacuate the facility, if required, in the event of an emergency. As an integral part of a property's Emergency Management Plan, evacuation diagrams are designed to inform occupants of the emergency evacuation procedures, locations and directions of the nearest emergency exits, fire equipment, the assembly areas and who to call in the event of an emergency.

Get total compliance

Do the evacuation diagrams in your facility meet Australian Standards? Under the Australian Standard AS 3745-2010: Planning for Emergencies in Facilities, evacuation diagrams must be displayed in conspicuous positions along the evacuation route of the facility and must be orientated with the layout of the building.

When it comes to evacuation diagrams, there’s no one size fits all. That’s why First 5 Minutes can help you create evacuation diagrams for your unique facility requirements. And because we know that sites rarely stay the same, our diagrams can be easily amended at any time following organisational changes or updates to safety and emergency features.


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Evacuation Diagram