Emergency Evacuation Diagrams

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Don’t get burnt by changes to legislation.

With the introduction of the new Work Health and Safety Regulations 2011, those persons classified as being a PCBU have onerous responsibilities for the safety of all persons and employees. Fire Compliance is one of the major responsibilities.

Section 43 of the Work Health and Safety Regulation 2011 (Emergency Plans) stipulate that the PCBU must develop Emergency Plans including Emergency Evacuation Diagrams to ensure the workplace has effective plans in place to manager all types of emergencies including fire emergencies.

Evacuation Diagrams:

Australian Standard AS 3745 -2010 Planning for emergencies in facilities and the new Work Health and Safety Legislaton 2011 requires the PCBU, the person responsible for a facility and tenants, to ensure a safe work environment by distributing sufficient emergency and evacuation information (Evacuation Diagrams) to occupants explaining the actions to be taken in the event of an emergency.

Such information is expected to be provided in various forms including the display of Evacuation Diagrams that comprise a pictorial representation of a floor or area and other relevant emergency and evacuation information.

Emergency evacuation diagrams provide employees (and other persons at a workplace – contractors, visitors or the public) with clear and visible guidance on what to do in an emergency.

Evacuation Diagram

The Emergency Evacuation Diagrams are orientated to their installation position with a ‘you are here’ label and are to be displayed in locations where occupants and visitors are able to view them along the path of exit.

The Emergency Evacuation Diagrams include:

  • Designated exits
  • The location of communication equipment including Warden Intercommunication Points (WIPs), Manual Call Points (MCP’s), Emergency Call Points (ECP’s) and main panels/controls for occupant warning equipment
  • The location of fire fighting appliances including extinguishers, blankets, hose reels and hydrants
  • Fire Indicator Panel (FIP), if provided
  • Assembly area location(s)

Fire-signs-photo_2 The development of these diagrams may lead to less confusion, direct and appropriate response, less potential for physical and emotional impacts on people involved in emergency and reduced direct impacts on the business.

Detailed and effective emergency evacuation diagrams should be included as part of any organisations safety considerations, safety management systems and emergency management.

 QBM have the best service to produce Emergency Evacuation Diagrams at the most competitive prices available.

Our Services

COST SAVING BULK SERVICES

All Inclusive Full Fire Safety Service (initial year)

Fire Safety Audit

  • Inspection of the site
  • Identify and list all fire equipment on site
  • Report on any additional fire equipment required by legislation or as a safety requirement
  • Report upon any issues with the fire services within the building including access and fire hazards
  • Report upon any issues requiring rectification to enable yearly fire Statement to be submitted
  • Supply costs for any additional installations required
  • Report upon maintenance and service requirements on all fire equipment

Fire & Evacuation Plan Development

  • Conduct a survey of the property to identify the methods of evacuation
  • Discussion with on-site persons to develop a site specific evacuation plan
  • Compilation and supply of Fire and Evacuation Plan (Fire Safety Management Plan) in electronic format
  • Access to myQBM on-line instruction/training system plus on-line storage of training certificates;
    • First response evacuation instruction/training
    • Evacuation coordination instruction/training

Fire & Evacuation Diagrams Development

  • Conduct a survey of the site to identify the safest route of exit
  • Develop site specific Evacuation Diagrams to comply with AS3745-2002
  • Supply and adhesive installation (Body Corporate only) of Evacuation Diagrams to common area in A4 laminated format
  • Other formats to be at additional cost

FULL Fire and Evacuation Annual Review

  • Organise evacuation practice by sending letters to occupants of all units
  • Review of the Fire and Evacuation Plan and update as required to meet changed conditions
  • Review of the Evacuation Diagrams
    • Any changes to be at an additional cost

Fire Safety Audit

  • Inspection of the site
  • Identify and list all fire equipment on site
  • Report on any additional fire equipment required by legislation or as a safety requirement
  • Report upon any issues with the fire services within the building including access and fire hazards
  • Report upon any issues requiring rectification to enable yearly Fire Statement to be submitted
  • Supply costs for any additional installations required
  • Report upon maintenance and service requirements on all fire equipment

Submission of Annual Fire Safety Statement

  • Compilation of supplied maintenance records
  • Confirmation of maintenance requirements based upon supplied Statement of fire installations
  • Submission of Annual Fire Safety Statement to relevant authorities
    • Submission fees are extra cost

Yearly Evacuation Drill Co-ordination

  1. Where QBM has not been appointed the FSA
  • Assist the Evacuation Coordinator to conduct an evacuation exercise
  • Prepare a report and recommendations for the safe evacuation of the property
  • Review of the Fire and Evacuation Plan and update as required to meet changed conditions
  • Review of the Evacuation Diagrams
    • Any changes to be at an additional cost
  1. Where QBM has been appointed the FSA
  • Organise evacuation practice by sending letters to occupants of all units
  • Review of the Fire and Evacuation Plan and update as required to meet changed conditions
  • Review of the Evacuation Diagrams
    • Any changes to be at an additional cost

INDIVIDUAL SERVICE SELECTION

Fire Safety Audit

  • Inspection of the site
  • Identify and list all fire equipment on site
  • Report on any additional fire equipment required by legislation or as a safety requirement
  • Report upon any issues with the fire services within the building including access and fire hazards
  • Report upon any issues requiring rectification to enable yearly fire Statement to be submitted
  • Supply costs for any additional installations required
  • Report upon maintenance and service requirements on all fire equipment

 Fire & Evacuation Plan Development

  • Conduct a survey of the property to identify the methods of evacuation
  • Discussion with on-site persons to develop a site specific evacuation plan
  • Compilation and supply of Fire and Evacuation Plan (Fire Safety Management Plan) in electronic format
  • Access to myQBM on-line instruction/training system plus on-line storage of training certificates;
    • First response evacuation instruction/training
    • Evacuation coordination instruction/training

Fire & Evacuation Diagrams Development

  • Conduct a survey of the site to identify the safest route of exit
  • Develop site specific Evacuation Diagrams to comply with AS3745-2002
  • Supply and adhesive installation (Body Corporate only) of Evacuation Diagrams to common area in A4 laminated format
    • Other formats to be at additional cost

Submission only of Annual Fire Safety Statement

  • Compilation of supplied maintenance records
  • Confirmation of maintenance requirements based upon supplied Statement of fire installations
  • Submission of Annual Fire Safety Statement to relevant authorities
    • Submission fees are extra cost

Management of Annual Fire Safety Statement

  • QBM takes responsibility for timely submission of Statement
  • Organise all sub contractors to undertake fire maintenance and supply maintenance records by due date
  • Independent review of any recommendations for upgrades / replacements to fire equipment by sub contractors
  • Compilation of supplied maintenance records
  • Confirmation of maintenance requirements based upon supplied Statement of fire installations
  • Submission of Annual Fire Safety Statement to relevant authorities
    • Submission fees are extra cost

Yearly Evacuation Drill Co-ordination

  1. Where QBM has not been appointed the FSA
  • Assist the Evacuation Coordinator to conduct an evacuation exercise
  • Prepare a report and recommendations for the safe evacuation of the property
  • Review of the Fire and Evacuation Plan and update as required to meet changed conditions
  • Review of the Evacuation Diagrams
    • Any changes to be at an additional cost
  1. Where QBM has been appointed the FSA
  • Organise evacuation practice by sending letters to occupants of all units
  • Review of the Fire and Evacuation Plan and update as required to meet changed conditions
  • Review of the Evacuation Diagrams
    • Any changes to be at an additional cost

Fire and Evacuation Annual Review

  • Review of the Fire and Evacuation Plan and update as required to meet changed conditions
  • Review of the Evacuation Diagrams
    • Any changes to be at an additional cost
  • Inclusion of submission of annual statement if required at additional cost

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We’ve got you covered

Emergency Evacuation Diagrams are just one of the many services offered by QBM, to help you manage your buildingeffortlessly and in the most optimal way. Below is a list of other areas in which we can offer you guidance and assistance,taking a load off your mind and keeping you One Step Ahead.

  1. 12 Month Maintenance Report
  2. Balcony and/or Balustrade Report
  3. Builder’s Warranty Report
  4. Building Condition Assessment
  5. Building Condition Report
  6. Building Inspection
  7. Caretaker Agreement Performance Assessment
  8. Condition Report
  9. Conditon Assessment
  10. Dilapidation Report
  11. Division 10 (Section 58) Report
  12. Emergency Evacuation Diagrams
  13. Fire Compliance
  14. Fire Plan
  15. Insurance Valuation
  16. Safety Inspection
  17. Safety Report
  18. Section 62 Report
  19. Sinking Fund

Contact Quality Building Management today to organize your Emergency Evacuation Diagrams and ensure your complex is fully insured and to meet your legal obligations.