Evacuation diagram installationFSA can provide you with a technician to install and hang your completed evacuation diagrams within your facility in accordance with the requirements of Australian Standard 3745-2010
All Evacuation Diagrams produced by FSA comply with relevant State Legislation, Australian Standards and Workplace Health and Safety requirements. This ensures you are fully compliant, and you are following industry best practice in relation to Evacuation Diagrams.
FSA produce not only 2 dimensional, we also produce 3 dimensional Evacuation Diagrams
Studies have been carried out requiring people to find their way out of a maze using both 2D & 3D Diagrams. These study results reveal that people navigate a maze much quicker when provided with the 3D view Diagrams than they do using the 2D view Diagrams. This is not surprising since we live and view our world in 3D. Our brain interprets and understands three dimensional (3D) perspectives more readily than 2D.
The presentation of these Diagrams with depth of field and improved viewer perspective, aid in the presentation and understanding of facility evacuation diagrams. As a result this allows for the occupants to better understand their egress pathways and exits, and improve reaction and evacuation times in the event of an emergency incident evacuation.
EMERGENCY STAIR SIGNS
We can supply you with A1 Building Evacuated Signs, stair signs and almost any request you might have for us.
Whether building evacuation plans are required in an industrial type facility, or a squeaky clean commercial office where you want them to look sleek and classy. FSA can supply the appropriate sign display. We have the capability to provide you with a large range of evacuation diagram holders, and with large format digital printing services, virtually any visual display requirement is possible.
A1 BUILDING EVACUATED SIGNS
During the evacuation of your site, these signs are strategically placed at the entrances to prevent any further entry of persons to the site.
These signs reduce the manpower required during an evacuation and increase the overall safety of the facility during an incident.