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Map and Layout Suggestions




Map and Layout Suggestions


Types of Facility Information Maps / Layouts

The items listed below are only suggestions of what your customized Facility Information Map may include. You can add or remove items as they pertain to your specific site.

Your final map / layout can be printed, laminated and framed in any size from A (8 ½ x 11) to E (34 x 44). You will receive PDF copies electronically for your Safety Manual. If you don’t want us to print them, you may choose to have your maps/layouts sent to you electronically in any format readable at your facility.

Evacuation map / layout can include:

 Locations of all Fire & Life Safety equipment. For example, most common are, fire extinguishers, pull stations, alarms, anunciator panels and first aid kits. Also consider Rally Points and Severe Weather Shelters. If you have a special piece of equipment that you want to show we can make a symbol for it at no extra charge.

 Clear, easy to follow “Path of Travel” with color coded Primary and Secondary Egress Routes.

 Evacuation Plan Instructions such as R.A.C.E or customized instructions for your facility.

 Symbols Legend.

 Your facility logo and emergency contact information.

Hazardous Material Storage Locations map / layout can include:

 A floor plan for each building where hazardous materials are stored, dispensed, handled or used, both primary and secondary containment areas.

 Identification of space such as Office, Maintenance, Lab.

 Approximate scale and dimensions of area.

 Each storage location marked with the name of the material and number to cross reference with your Hazardous Materials Business Plan.

 Access routes to each storage area – Entrances to and exits from.

 Aboveground and belowground tank locations and capacity gallon limit such as sumps, pumps and vaults. All Storage rooms and paint booths.

 Utility Shut-Off Locations.

 Any monitoring systems locations, including type such as toxic gases.

 Locations of emergency equipment such as Eye Wash Stations, Eye Wash Showers, Spill Kits, Mercury Spill Kits, Hazardous Waste Accumulation Areas, MSDS Sheet and PPE Locations, along with defibrillators, first aid kits, fire extinguishers.

Site Grounds map / layout can include:

 Parking Layouts – Employee, Visitor & Handicapped.

 Traffic Flow.

 Entrances & Exits.

 Inclement Weather Shelters; Storage/Implosion Buildings.

 Utility; Stand Pipes, Generators, Storm Drains, Water/Sewer, Pest

 Pole and Building Lighting.

 Security Cameras.

 Landscaping.

Visitor Safety map/layout can include:

 Building & Floor

 Lobby; Rest Rooms; Cafeteria; Conference Room

 Entrances & Exits

 Path of Travel (Evacuation Routes)

 Rally Meeting Points – Indoor & Outdoor

 Basic Evacuation Procedures

 Emergency Phone Numbers – Medical, Fire, Security, Poison

 Identification of Hazard & No Entry Areas

Conference & Video Room Locations map/layout can include:

Great for in-house use in large facilities with multiple buildings and floors such as campus and high tech facilities

 Floor map/layout with shaded Conference & Video Room Locations by type.

 Conference & Video Room numbering

 Identify specialized equipment in each room such as Projector, Screens, Types of Communication devices (phone/speaker/Skype), Internet/Wi-Fi Connections, PC, Video Conferencing, DVD Players, White Boards & Seating Capacity.

 Scheduling Contacts

Security map/layout can include:

 Indoor or Outdoor

 Camera Locations

 Surveillance

 Locker Areas

 Types of Doors (Door Schedule)

Utility map/layout can include:

 Shut Off Locations (water, gas, electric)

 Process Piping & gases

 Chemical and Hazard Storage Locations

 Panel Locations

 HVAC Zones

 Water & Sewer

Environmental Services Cleaning map/layout can include:

Post inside each ES closet/storage area to identify floor types and office/room areas with specific cleaning guidelines.

 Shaded or hatched areas to identify carpet and floor types

 Pest Control

 No Entry Rooms

 Products to be used, areas/surfaces where to use, how to use