How to Easily Create Your Own Evacuation Signs and Diagrams
Evacuation Signs and Diagrams: How to Comply Cost-Effectively
For small businesses, complying with Workplace Health and Safety (WHS) and building regulations can be a daunting task. There are many compliance requirements, and it can be difficult to know where to start. This online course will provide a step-by-step guide for small business owners on how to cost-effectively comply with the legal requirement to create and install evacuation signs and diagrams. This guide includes a template and all the icons needed to create your own diagram, without the need for AUTOCAD or any other drafting program. All you need is Microsoft Word!
Why You Need Evacuation Signs and Diagrams?
In the event of an emergency, such as a fire, everyone in your workplace should know what to do and where to go. Evacuation signs and diagrams provide clear instructions on how to evacuate the premises safely. They are required by law in all commercial buildings in Australia and must be prominently displayed near exits.
Creating Your Own Evacuation Signs and Diagrams
Fortunately, you don't need expensive software or drafting experience to create your own evacuation signs and diagrams. This course provides everything you need, including a template and icons, to get started. All you need is Microsoft Word!
Once you complete the steps, you will have a professional-looking diagram that complies with all the relevant regulations. And best of all, you can do it yourself without spending a fortune!
Evacuation signs and diagrams are an important part of compliance for small businesses in Australia. By following this simple four-step guide, you can easily create your own evacuation signs and diagrams without spending a lot of money. So don't wait – get started today!
- Accommodation industry - diagrams must be on the back of every room where people are sleeping.
- Diagrams must be along all exit routes.
- Diagrams must be oriented to the location they are installed to show the way to the assembly area (so no photocopying one diagram and sticking it up everywhere)
Dip OHS; Fire Safety Adviser
Experienced Fire Safety Adviser steps you through the processes of how she creates Evacuation Signs and Diagrams for Clients