Office Area Evacuation Plan
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Office Area Evacuation Plan

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OFFICE

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OFFICE

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OFFICE

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OFFICE

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OFFICE

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2010.8 mm x 846.7 mm

1248.5 mm x 992.2 mm

568.9 mm x 568.9 mm

568.9 mm x 568.9 mm

1005.0 mm x 1005.0 mm

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568.9 mm x 568.9 mm

568.9 mm x 568.9 mm

568.9 mm x 568.9 mm

568.9 mm x 850.3 mm

502.7 mm x 568.9 mm

Fire Exit

Fire Extingguisher

Fire Alarm Call Point

Assembly Point

Emergency Telephone

Hose Reel

First Aid

Refuge point

Fire Emergency Telephone

Fire action

Any Person discovering a fire

1. Sound the alarm

2. Leave the building by the

disignated route

3. Report to assembly point

Do not return to the builking

for any reason unitil

authorised to do so.

Do not use lifts.

FIRE EVACUATION PLAN

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An office area evacuation plan spells out what one should do in an emergency situation if one is stuck at an office building. A systematic evacuation plan helps to efficiently and safely get people away from an area where there is an imminent threat, ongoing threat, or a hazard to lives or property. An office area evacuation plan is a diagram showing the safest emergency exit routes from an office building. Instead of creating an evacuation plan from scratch, one should try EdrawMax's pre-defined template to design a colored evacuation plan. The evacuation plan template can be printed or shared among peers so that at the time of any emergency, everyone is well-versed in the evacuation plan of the building.

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