Evacuation diagrams are intended to advise inhabitants of evacuation methods, as well as the locations and directions to the nearest emergency exits, fire apparatus, assembly spaces, and emergency contact information. Fire evacuation diagrams can be installed next to the MCP (manual call point), in most exit/entry places, or elsewhere they are needed, mostly in major parts of your company. Keep in mind that your evacuation strategy must include frequent personnel training as well as regular evacuation drills. A primary exit is the one that is nearest to you. In an emergency, primary exits are the best option. A secondary exit is often located further away from the primary exit. Only utilise secondary exits if the principal escape is obstructed by smoke or fire.