To comply with all current legislation, employers must plan for emergencies, give suitable training to their staff and provide a full range of Fire Evacuation Plans / Fire Escape Plans, which are guaranteed to provide clear instruction by using symbols for fire escape routes, location of fire equipment, fire exits and fire safety instructions.
By displaying accurate Fire Evacuation Plans / Fire Escape plans, you will be improving the escape and rescue of your buildings occupants. The plans can be used by both the occupants as well as intervention and emergency forces. They should be prominently displayed in public areas and workplaces. Designed to compliment your existing building evacuation strategy and address specific needs of the buildings occupants.
Using a clear, simple to follow picture of the floor which shows only the information that is relevant to a quick and safe fire evacuation, our professionally designed fire escape plans are the best available. These evacuation plans support the legal requirements of the RRO to communicate your emergency evacuation procedures and follow current and emerging international standards. We provide fire escape plans for a diverse range of commercial properties and property management companies. We design fire escape plans for hundreds of properties every year, including offices, warehouses, manufacturing and distribution centres.
Our Fire Evacuation Plans and Fire Escape solutions are uniquely scalable to the size of organisation we work with. Our fire escape plans are used in small serviced offices through to large, complex buildings and healthcare estates.
By using B.E.S.T Evacuation Plans you will:
Reduce your evacuation times through staff awareness
Meet British and International standards in design and layout
Provide clear pictorial evacuation information that is easy to understand
Remove the need to display evacuation text in multiple languages
Use symbols that match your existing fire signage and international Standards
Help save lives
As the manager of commercial properties or facilities / building manager, you have a responsibility to ensure the safety of staff and visitors within your building. You must provide, clear information on the buildings Fire Evacuation procedures , details of how to raise the alarm and directions to the closest means of escape.
Where should the Fire Evacuation Plans be displayed?
On every floor at the main entry points to the floor or building
Lift lobbies and stairs
For hotels - in every guest room and common area
Coffee points and meeting rooms