Fire Evacuation Floor Plan Information

What is a Fire Evacuation Floor Plan?

A Fire Evacuation Floor Plan shows the possible evacuation routes in the building. It is colour coded and uses arrows to indicate the designated exit. It also includes other fire information such as fire alarm call points, fire extinguisher points and designated assembly points.

Are Fire Evacuation Floor Plans a legal requirement?

Fire Evacuation Floor Plans can help a person in charge of a premises manage the building from a fire safety perspective and thus comply with the requirements of the Fire Services Act 1981 -2003 and Section 11 of the Safety, Health and Welfare at Work Act in terms of emergency planning. Serious consideration should be given to Fire Evacuation Floor Plans particularly in large buildings.

Where should Fire Evacuation Floor Plans be?

Fire Evacuation Floor Plans can be placed on the rear of doors, also in visible locations such as main lobbies, reception areas etc.

Who can help with a Fire Evacuation Floor Plan?

We at ADSC Ireland have vast experience developing Fire Evacuation Floor Plans and would be delighted to provide a quote. To enable us provide you with a quote please provide the following information.

  • Location of your premises
  • Size of premises
  • Description of premises including any specific hazards.
  • Number of employees
  • Provide a copy of floor plans either in CAD or PDF.