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ConceptDraw PRO diagramming and vector drawing software extended with Fire and Emergency Plans Solution offers large collection of various examples and templates for drawing the Emergency Plan of any complexity. Start with the exact template you need then customize to fit your needs with more than 10000 stencils and you will find that creating emergency plan and sample fire emergency plan is fun drawing process. This sample was created in ConceptDraw PRO using the tools of Fire and Emergency Plans Solution and shows Fire Emergency Evacuation Plan. Great number of predesigned templates and sample fire emergency plan give you the good start for your own diagrams.
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There are 2 basic reasons to stage an evacuation:  dangerous activity or the perception of an imminent threat.
Yet, amidst the confusion, NFL stadium emergency evacuation videos are becoming increasingly visible.  Of the 32 NFL teams, a total of 16 have videos posted on their official websites (Arizona, Carolina, Cincinnati, Denver, Detroit, Green Bay, Indianapolis, Kansas City, New Orleans, New York Jets, Oakland, Pittsburgh, Tennessee, San Diego, Seattle, and St. Sixteen NFL teams do NOT have evacuation videos posted on their official websites (Atlanta, Baltimore, Buffalo, Chicago, Cleveland, Dallas, Houston, Jacksonville, Miami, Minnesota, New England, New York Giants, Philadelphia, San Francisco, Tampa Bay and Washington). Nine of the videos (56%) reference a reliance on obtaining assistance, information and direction from ushers and staff members.  Seven (44%) make no mention of this. Building evacuation route signs are posted in many campus buildings to identify primary and secondary evacuation routes, fire pull stations, fire extinguishers, ADA accessibility locations, stairwells, elevators, and evacuation assembly points (EAP).


Building specific Evacuation Assembly Points (EAP's) are usually indicated on the Building Evacuation Route signs. Evacuation Assembly Points (Outside Building) Evacuation Assembly Points have been designated for most buildings on Campus. Areas of Safe Refuge (Inside Building) Areas of safe refuge, which are located inside buildings, are not identified on Building Evacuation Route signs. Fire emergency plan, fire exit plan, fire evacuation plan are widely used in hospitals, hotels, business centers, etc. You can easily rotate, group, align, arrange the objects, use different fonts and colors to make your diagram exceptionally looking. You can access libraries, templates and samples directly from the ConceptDraw Solution Browser. The games were suspended as players and personnel were cleared from the field, but no evacuation was ordered for the fans.  Some fans even chose to remain in their seats.
A design guide for sign holders and the graphic insert for building floor plans can be viewed here (PDF). If not, the Evacuation Director (or Building Coordinator) must establish EAP's for their buildings and communicate this to building occupants. The EAP is an open area away from a building and out of the way of responding emergency personnel vehicles, fire lanes and equipment staging areas. Areas of safe refuge are designated for unique situations, such as special occupancies (hospitals), evacuation points for persons with disabilities, and in some high-rise buildings.


These strategically placed evacuation signs provide building occupants with continuously available evacuation instructions and life safety information. Building occupants are required to meet at the EAP after an evacuation so that they may be accounted for by the Evacuation Director.
Departments should consult with EH&S if an area of safe refuge or shelter area is needed or desired. These building specific signs are a helpful resource in developing an emergency evacuation plan for your building.
There may be more than one EAP depending on the size of the building, type of evacuation event, and the location of the exits. Contact EH&S Building and Fire Safety, (206) 543-0465, for assistance if your building is not posted with Evacuation Route Signs or if you have any questions about the signs. If a building Evacuation Director is uncomfortable with the primary location of the EAP in regards to a potential seismic event, EH&S should be contacted for guidance and assistance in establishing an alternative EAP specific to this type of emergency.




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