A comprehensive emergency action plan should always include evacuation diagrams to instruct visitors on where to go in the case of an emergency. If anyone will be evacuating the building in an emergency, then OSHA requires you to have an Emergency Action Plan. Fires are the most common emergency for which small businesses must plan for.
OSHA Publication 3088 “How to Plan for Workplace Emergencies and Evacuations” states that at a minimum, your emergency action plan must include emergency escape procedures and route assignments, such as floor plans, workplace maps, and safe or refuge areas. When it comes to emergency procedures and diagrams, the simpler, the better.
No matter what type of building you need an evacuation map for, and no matter where your building is located, we have the ability to create evacuation maps for buildings near and far. If you have an existing map that needs to be updated or if you need an emergency action plan for a brand new building, we can create diagrams as long as we have drawings of the building.
Once we have the drawings, the diagram will be created as a 12×12 document, but we are able to create ANY SIZE diagram needed. Get started by telling us a little more about your evacuation plan needs below and we’ll be in contact shortly.
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