What to Include on your Security Maps

What to Include on your Security Maps

What is a Security Map? Security maps are visual aid documents that assist in the internal planning of security procedures within a building. At the heart of a security map are the walls and doors of each floor. Then, security asset locations throughout the building...
Reverse Evacuation Procedure Tips & Info

Reverse Evacuation Procedure Tips & Info

What is Reverse Evacuation? To put it simply, reverse evacuation plans are put in place for situations when it is safer inside the building than outside of it. Reverse evacuation aims to move all students and staff who are outside of the building into a designated...
How to read an NFPA Fire Diamond

How to read an NFPA Fire Diamond

What is NFPA 704 NFPA 704 is also known as the “Standard System for the Identification of the Hazards of Materials for Emergency Response.” In other words, it’s the codes and standards that rule how hazardous materials need to be marked. In order to...
Assembly Areas and Evacuation Strategies

Assembly Areas and Evacuation Strategies

What is an Evacuation Assembly Area? An evacuation assembly area is a designated area that is distanced from the building for occupants to meet in the event of an emergency such as a fire or an active shooter. Assembly areas ensure that all occupants are both safe and...

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