What do Emergency Evacuation Diagrams need to include to comply with AS3745-2010?

The Australian Standard 3745 outlines the design requirements for evacuation diagrams and what needs to be displayed on these plans. To meet regulations and be deemed compliant, your diagrams need to:

Be A3 in size with a pictorial representation of the site a minimum of 298mm x 210mm
Have the title ‘Evacuation Diagram’
Be no more than 5 years old
Be correctly orientated and contain a ‘You Are Here’ sign
Contain all fire protection and communication equipment using the correct colours and styles
Clearly display the assembly areas
Be displayed in all general areas of high traffic and at all exits
Be placed between a height of 1200mm and 1600mm from the floor
Identify all fire extinguisher by type using the correct colours and styles
Contain a legend reflecting all symbols used in the diagram
Include the validity date of the diagram
Are easy to read and follow in the event of an emergency
Clearly display all emergency exits
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