Statutory signage is a type of signage that is required by law to be displayed in certain areas. The specific requirements for statutory signage vary depending on the jurisdiction, but they typically include signs for fire safety, emergency exits, and accessibility. Statutory signage must be clearly visible and legible, and it must be made from durable materials that can withstand the elements.
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Guides on using Evacuation Diagrams
This is determined by the Emergency Planning Comittee (EPC), these must be displayed in locations that are easily viewed by occupants and visitors. The quantity will vary depending on building class, number off occupants, visitors and many more.
The height must not be less than 1200mm and not more than 1600mm from the floor level.
As per AS 3745 Evacuation Diagrams, the orientation will depend on the location it will be installed on. The site plant showing the assembly point and the floor plan must be oriented according the the 'You Are Here' location.
Australian Standard Requirements For Evacuation Diagrams