Evacuation Procedures

Emergency Evacuation Plans and Diagrams PERTH


Skills Force Australia located in Wangara have been developing low cost emergency evacuation
procedures and wall diagrams for over 7 years. Our emergency procedures refer to Australian
Standard 3745-2010 and are suitable for small to medium industry sectors including, but not limited

  • Aged Care facilities
  • Body Corporates and Strata Management
  • Hotels and accommodation
  • Commercial and retail properties
  • Child care


All evacuation procedures, A4 unit procedures charts, wall diagrams (Framed) produced by Skills
Force Australia refer to Australian Standard 3745-2010 Planning for Emergencies in Facilities, to
ensure your company receives “best practice”. Our service includes an initial risk assessment,
written report and site visits.

We are also able to provide nationally accredited or non-accredited First Aid, Fire equipment,
Warden and Chief Warden training for your Emergency Control Organisation ECO to ensure your
company complies with legislation and OH&S requirements for emergency planning.


Recent clients include: Armadale Shire, Perth Strata (3 x multi-level apartment sites in Perth CBD &

Emergency Evacuation Procedures

Fire is a potential hazard in all workplaces, more of a risk in some than in others. Further, there may be a number of other reasons why workers may have to evacuate. Under Section 21 of the Occupational Health and Safety Act 2004 the employer has a duty to provide and maintain a healthy and safe working environment. This includes providing a safe system of work, information, training, supervision, and where appropriate personal protective equipment.

Fire Safety Inspections

Our fire safety inspection is based on emergency service building inspections that inspect all fire fighting equipment and emergency exits ensuring that everything is in order. Are your extinguishers the correct type, are they maintained properly, are your fire doors, exits and exit doors operational? We then provide you with a written report that is ideal for your Occupational Health and safety Committee.