Fire plans are essential for fire safety in workplaces and providing fire system designs specifications to firefighters and other emergency services that may be responding to an alarm or fire emergency. View our range of fire plans below and get in touch with us for more information.
Fire Alarm & EWIS Block Plans (AS1671.1)
Fire alarm and EWIS block plans are required to be installed adjacent to the main emergency control panel, fire indicator panel, mimic panel and/or repeater panel of the property/building. This plan must clearly show the location of the fire indicator panel, each fire alarm zone, evacuation zone as well as clearly marking every WIP phone in the building.
Sprinkler Block Plans (AS2118.1)
Sprinkler block plans must be located at each set of installation control assemblies or group of valves. These block plans must be water-resistant and fade-resistant, include the layout of the sprinkler protected areas, clearly identify the position of the main stop valves and include any emergency shut-down instructions for the automatic sprinkler system.
Hydrant Block Plans (AS2419.1)
Hydrant block plans are a requirement in all properties/buildings where there is a hydrant system installed with a booster assembly. These plans should be installed within the booster cabinet, fire control room, pump room and adjacent to the fire indicator panel (when present). It is important that hydrant block plans are water resistant and clearly show the exact location of each fire hydrant, hose reel, stop valve and any other fire equipment and information of importance to the Fire Brigade or emergency services.
Evacuation Plans & Diagrams
Evacuation Diagrams are a requirement in all workplace buildings as stated by Australian Standard 3745. At Integral Fire Protection our evacuation diagrams are designed to meet all requirements outlined by the Australian Standard and relevant building codes. In order to ensure the diagram is an identical representation of your building, we will send out an experienced consultant to mark out regulatory and relevant information.
A compliant evacuation diagram must be oriented with a “you are here” sign and contain:
- Layout of building
- Assembly point
- Emergency exits
- Location of fire fighting equipment
- First aid equipment