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EMERGENCY EVACUATION PLAQUES
Emergency Evacuation Plaques Save Lives. During an emergency, having EMERGENCY EVACUATION PLAQUES on all access doors can help your workers get out of the building in case of a fire or emergency.
Having an evacuation plaque is part of your egress path requirements. Chapter Section 1002.2 of the Building Code states that fire safety and evacuation plans are to be in place and approved by the AHJ for those occupancies where the Fire Code requires them.
The occupancies that require these plans are listed in Section 403, with each occupancy type having specific guidelines for their plan creation.
Section 404 of the Fire Code defines and outlines the contents of three specific types of plans: fire evacuation (404.2.1), fire safety (404.2.2), and lockdown plans (404.2.3).
Each of these plans may have overlapping and interconnecting sections. The fire evacuation plans focus on how and where to move people in case of a fire in each part of a building.
The fire safety plan covers actions to be taken in case of fire, fire prevention, and maintenance of equipment, and refers to an evacuation plan for people movement in case of fire. Lockdown plans cover the threats and hazards, initiation, and termination of lockdown procedures and conditions.
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