Evacuation diagrams are designed to inform occupants of the evacuation procedures, locations, and directions of the nearest emergency exits, fire equipment, assembly areas, and emergency contact details. Fire evacuation diagrams can be fitted beside the MCP (manual call point), in most exit/entry areas, or placed wherever they are required, mostly to primary aspects of your workplace. Bear in mind that your evacuation plan must consist of regular training of your employees and normal evacuation exercises. A primary exit is the closest exit. Primary exits are the ideal exit in an emergency. A secondary exit is usually further away than the primary exit. Secondary exits should only be used if the primary exit is blocked by smoke or fire.