Statutory Fire Signs
Statutory are required to be installed on commercial, retail and residential developments in accordance with the Building Code of Australia (BCA).
This Signage requires fire services signage, Electrical Signs, Gas/water meter signs, danger signage, toilet signage, braille signage and more within a particular building or development.
At Digicraft Design we have years of experience in statutory signage to suit your budget. From Allupanel with Vinyl lettering to Stainless Steel Engraved and Braille signs. All designed according to regulations letter Height, colours an installed at correct viewing heights.
At Digicraft We understand the importance of these signs to the approval of construction site, we make and stock standard signs and can make all our vinyl lettering signs within 24 hours or even 1 hours for urgent orders.
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Fire Alarm Block Plans
Also known as zone block plans, these are required to be installed adjacent to fire indicator panels, FIP and MIMIC panels. This must also show the location of the FIP as well and the area of each fire alarm zone marked.
These diagrams are REQUIRED in all buildings, structures and workplace that are, or may be occupied by people. All fire-fighting equipment must be marked along with their locations in red, and designated exits must be marked in green. Each diagram will be valid for 5 years.
Hydrant Block Plans
Hydrant block plans are located within the booster, fire control room and pump room and must me water and fade resistant. Each fire hydrant, stop valve and any other fire related equipment must be clearly marked on a A3 size (Minimum)
Sprinkler Block Plans
Sprinkler block plans are located at each of the set of installation control assemblies, these must be water-resistant and fade-resistant. This should include the layout of the protected areas where the main stop valve are located.
Tactical Fire Plans
These are building/site plans that are installed within the fire control room or fire control centre, these show the location of fire safety equipment and services
Combined Hydrant & Sprinkler
Combined Hydrant & Sprinkler Stop Valve Inside 550mm x 200mmView details
Fire Egress Path No Storage Permitted
Fire Egress Path No Storage Permitted 550mm x 100mmView details
Fire Evacuation Diagram
Guides on using Evacuation Diagrams
This is determined by the Emergency Planning Committee (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
- You Are Here symbol
- Designated exit points and evacuation paths - Fire extinguishers and types
- Fire blankets
- Validity Date (this is slightly different for Queensland)
- A symbol legend
- Location of the workplace & site address/facility name if applicable
- “EVACUATION DIAGRAM” heading
- Assembly point location either written or in a picture
- First aid kits & Defibrillators
- North direction
- Emergency Information –in accordance with your Evacuation Plan
- Spill response kits
- Direction of door openings for emergency doors
- Electrical switchboards
- Fire hydrants