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Campus maps are often overlooked during security and emergency planning. Here we explore where these maps are used and how they help during an emergency.
Knowing exit locations does not guarantee a successful evacuation. OSHA requires egress routes to be maintained so building occupants can evacuate as safely as possible.
A new year has arrived and with it comes the need to review your emergency planning and update your Emergency Operations Plan. Learn why and how to update your EOP.
A critical part of pre-incident planning, reunification maps help manage the logistics of reuniting parents and students after a school emergency.
Fire evacuation maps and evacuation plans have some key differences. Let’s explore how each is used for emergency planning.
Here’s how to decipher an NFPA Fire Diamond, aka “Safety Square” when assessing the various dangers and risks of a specific material.
International Fire Code requires all schools to number and label their exterior doors. Learn how to keep your students safe by doing it correctly.
A school fire likely caused by an electrical malfunction broke out in an elementary school building in Maine leaving it’s main wing in ruins.
Are you considering creating your own fire evacuation map for your business? If so, here are some things to consider and a few suggestions.
OSHA has created a set of guidelines to follow when creating emergency exit routes for your workplace. Here are a few highlights and pointers from our team.