Primary and Secondary Escape Plan
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Primary and Secondary Escape Plan

2761.0 mm x 1878.5 mm

886.4 mm x 1852.1 mm

502.7 mm x 396.9 mm

1005.4 mm x 1481.7 mm

706.5 mm x 1217.1 mm

979.0 mm x 1018.6 mm

1190.6 mm x 595.3 mm

899.6 mm x 529.2 mm

1322.9 mm x 513.0 mm

929.5 mm x 891.0 mm

2761.0 mm x 1878.5 mm

Walk

2931.5 mm x 1375.8 mm

1005.4 mm x 1481.7 mm

834.6 mm x 2002.4 mm

502.7 mm x 396.9 mm

1235.8 mm x 2808.5 mm

502.7 mm x 396.9 mm

1005.4 mm x 1481.7 mm

1349.4 mm x 1666.9 mm

OFFICE

DN

BED

BED 2

MASTER BED

SECOND FLOOR

LIVING ROOM

Fireplace

MAIN FLOOR

GARAGE

FE

FE

DINNING ROOM

secondary escape route

Primary escape route

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publish time: 2021-06-04
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Primary and Secondary escape plans are the two most important plans that every building area should have in the current days. If somehow the primary escape plan does not work or residents face any issue going out from that route, they should also have a backup plan, which we call a secondary escape plan in architecture design. Use EdrawMax's in-built templates to create a primary and secondary escape plan for your building area. It should be noted here that primary and secondary escape plan routes to emergency exits from premises and the departures themselves are kept clear at all times. These emergency routes and exits lead as directly as possible to a place of safety.

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