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Wayfinding maps relieve the anxiety of not knowing where to go or how to get there. When you create a wayfinding map, it’s important to get the map right.
Does your school have an evacuation plan in place in the event of a school emergency? Here are three tips for creating emergency evacuation plans for schools.
Hospital wayfinding signage is profoundly impacted by the people, the environment, and the information being portrayed.
Certain chemical products and other hazardous materials require special handling. A pre-incident plan helps first responders protect people.
Texas passed a bill requiring schools to provide building maps to local emergency responders. Here’s what Texas schools should know about new mapping requirements.
An accurate, code-compliant safety map is an invaluable tool that could help save lives in an emergency. The three steps to create a fire evacuation map are plan, illustrate, and install.
Fire code regarding fire exit routes is often misunderstood. Here’s what you need to know when planning primary and secondary points of egress.
Security maps are detailed maps that teams use in emergency situations. Security maps are more than just a floorplan—they’re a valuable resource.
A Fire Prevention Plan helps reduce the risk of fires in the workplace. Let’s review OSHA’s guidelines about who should have a Fire Prevention Plan and what information to include.
Quickly exiting a burning building is about more than just existing exit points. A fire evacuation map can make the difference between a safe escape and disaster.