Fire Escape Plan Software - Draw Fire Escape Plans Easily
Fire Escape Plan Software
Is it possible to finish a fire escape plan in less than 10 minutes? Can people without any drawing basics make a fire escape plan? Are there any ready-made fire escape plan templates that are printable, editable and free? The answer is yes.
You can find solutions for all the above problems in Edraw fire escape plan software. It has an MS-style interface accompanied by a wealth of pre-defined shapes so that even beginners without any drawing skills can make a fire escape plan within 5 minutes. All the symbols and shapes can be dragged and dropped on the canvas. It also offers many templates and examples in various formats. After you download Edraw, more amazing things will be available at your fingertips.
Edraw Max - an All-in-One Diagram Software
- Effortlessly create over 260 types of diagrams.
- Provide various templates & symbols to match your needs.
- Drag and drop interface and easy to use
- Customize every detail by using smart and dynamic toolkits
- Compatible with a variety of file formats, such as MS Office, Visio, PDF, etc.
- Feel free to export, print and share your diagrams
Fire Escape Plan Symbols
Comparing users to cooks, Edraw's pre-defined symbols are like the ingredients needed for yummy delicacy. They are all well prepared in the right size. Users only need to mix the "ingredients," cook them and then enjoy it. Learn more about them in fire and emergency plan symbols.
Fire Escape Plan Examples
Instead of starting from scratch, you can leave the difficulties to Edraw Max and only do some simple things when the time is limited. This also applies to make fire escape plans. The fast and easy way is to begin from a well-designed example just like the following school evacuation plan created by Edraw.
Here is another complete fire and emergency plan example made with Edraw.
How to Make a Fire Escape Plan
As mentioned above, it is simple and easy to make fire escape plan with Edraw. Here is the general instruction step by step.
1. Start Edraw and choose Floor Plans category. Double-click the icon of Fire and Emergency Plan to open the template.
2. Drag necessary shapes onto the canvas. Connect them through the connection points. Move them in the suitable location.
3. Add text to describe what the symbols stand for.
If you need to know more about making fire escape plan, learn more details in the article of make a fire and emergency plan with Edraw Max.
Tips for Fire Escape Planning
You must always remember that your probability to get out depends on the warning from smoke alarms and the patency of escape routes. The following tips are handy for emergency escape.
- Create a home escape plan and present it to all family members. Preparation can prevent panic. For companies, create an emergency action plan for all employees.
- Practice a home fire escape plan, and more practice will help people respond more quickly.
- If you live in a dorm, make sure that you're familiar with the building's escape plan and participate in fire escape drills. Make the drill as realistic as possible.
- Some studies have shown that children may not awaken at the sound of the smoke alarm. Assign people to wake them up during emergencies.
- Try to let all members involved in the design of the fire escapes plan. Walk through your house, inspect all possible exits and escape routes and clear obstacles on the escape routes.
- Mark two ways out of each room, including windows and doors. Also, make every smoke alarm visible.
- Everyone in the house must understand the escape plan. When you walk through your plan, check the escape routes, and make sure they are clear. The escape doors and windows can be easily opened.
- Go outside to make sure that your street number is clearly visible. If not, paint it on the curb or install house numbers to ensure that firefighters can find your home as soon as possible.
- If there are infants, elder adults, or family members with mobility limitations, make sure that someone is assigned to assist them in the fire drill and in the event of an emergency. Assign a backup person as well, in case the designee is not home during the emergency.
- Tell guests or visitors to your home about your house's fire escape routes. When staying overnight at others' homes, ask about their escape plans. If they don't have a plan in place, help them make one. It won't take long but will be of great significance in the case of an accident. This is especially necessary when children are permitted to attend "sleepovers" at friends' homes.
- Once you're out, stay out! Never go back into a burning building. If someone is missing, call the fire department dispatcher. Firefighters have the skills and equipment to perform rescues.