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Evacuation Diagrams

Who needs Evacuation Diagrams?

Different types of buildings have different requirements for Evacuation Diagrams, and all building owners have a duty of care to their occupants.


What are Evacuation Diagrams?


Evacuation Diagrams allow for safe and efficient evacuation in the event of a fire.

They provide occupants with clear pathways towards designated emergency exits and access to critical emergency information and equipment.


Diagrams should comply with Australian Standards. 

AESG Evacuation Diagrams

AESG is dedicated to providing easy-to-understand, professional diagrams that meet the required safety standards.

We work with clients to find the best design and locations for installation.

Meeting Australian Standards & Compliance

AESG Evacuation Diagrams are in line with AS 3745 (2010) "Planning for Emergencies in Facilities". AESG is committed to exceeding the minimum requirements stated in AS 2745 (2010) and as such, our Evacuation Diagrams include all minimum and optional elements.

Evacuation Diagrams can assist you in reducing risk associated with duty of care as noted in Division 2 of the Wrongs and Other Acts (Law of Negligence) Act 2003. Evacuation Diagrams also enable you to meet state and federal Occupational Health and Safety Requirements.

What we supply:

  1. Initial site evaluation and Safety Measures inspection  (Review of Occupancy Permit and NCC requirements)

  2. Documentation of existing conditions (Inc. Initial draw-up & identification of fire equipment)

  3. Design of Evacuation Diagrams (Inc. Paths of travel, assembly areas, position and orientation)

  4. Assembly & installation of Evacuation Diagrams in accordance with Australian Standard AS 3745 (2010)

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AESG's knowledge and experience in the building and compliance industry give us the unique skillset and resources to provide National solutions to your building compliance issues. AESG can draw on its team of specialist Architects, Engineers, Compliance Consultants and Building Practitioners. 

Contact AESG via 1300 336 339 or for further information.

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