Evacuation Diagrams

Evacuation Diagrams

Evacuation diagrams provide clear and concise instructions for occupants to safely evacuate a building or facility in the event of an emergency.

Compliant evacuation diagrams are required to be installed in all buildings and facilities in Australia to the Australian Standard AS 3745. Statcom’s safety experts will work with you to develop compliant, site specific evacuation diagrams.

Our Process

Statcom takes pride in providing personalised service and solutions for every client, and we work with each client to tailor our service to suit their needs.


Statcom will attend site to ensure an accurate layout of the site and its relevant emergency response equipment, exits and assembly areas is collected.


Statcom’s in house drafting department will develop AS:3745 complaint diagrams incorporating all key features of your building.


Statcom will attend site to install the developed AS:3745 compliant evacuation diagrams in your choice of frame or laminate.

Why Evacuation Diagrams Are Important

Evacuation diagrams are an essential component of any building’s emergency preparedness plan, as they provide a visual aid that can quickly and effectively communicate critical safety information to occupants. By clearly outlining evacuation routes and safety procedures, these diagrams can help to minimize confusion, reduce panic, and ensure that everyone can safely evacuate the building.

In addition to their practical benefits, evacuation diagrams are also a legal requirement in Australia. Building owners and operators are required to display evacuation diagrams in prominent locations throughout their facility, and to ensure that these diagrams are regularly updated to reflect any changes to the building’s layout or safety procedures.

Overall, evacuation diagrams are an important tool for ensuring the safety of building occupants in the event of an emergency, and should be given careful consideration as part of any building’s emergency preparedness plan