Things to keep in Mind for a Successful Emergency Evacuation


Posted April 5, 2021 by afantage

Afantagé`s good and efficient emergency evacuation system equipment and hardware are almost 98 - 100% accurate. It helps to count, tally & track at exits and/or mustering areas.

 
Emergency evacuation system Malaysia

Since these difficult situations can invariably cause panic, having a solid emergency evacuation plan in place is the best way to handle them. The basic sequence of evacuation involves the following steps- Detect, Decide, Alarm, Reaction, Movements, Transport. However, first responders need to identify souls evacuated and unaccounted for. In a large industrial or commercial complex, the building manager is rarely able to do so with a vague degree of certainty. The building manager is also not being able to ascertain the location of the trapped victims. Therefore, an accurate and autonomous emergency evacuation system Malaysia from Afantagé can alleviate the pressure and saves lives.

In the following article, Afantagé has identified some crucial elements that should be included in every building’s emergency evacuation plan. So read on-

Conditions that specifically requires an evacuation
Many conditions tend to create an emergency situation. However, not all of them would require an evacuation. Whether or not you need to evacuate depends on various factors. These include the type of emergency and the characteristics of the building (e.g., how many stories, the construction material). One plan should specify the exact conditions that require an evacuation of all building residences or office employees.

A crystal clear single chain of command and planning
Who is responsible for assessing the situation and deciding if an evacuation is necessary? Who will take charge on each floor of a high-rise building? What about notifying emergency services? Make sure everyone in the building knows exactly what their role is and has been properly trained to perform it is very crucial and essential.

Specified emergency evacuation plan procedures
A good and efficient emergency evacuation system procedure involves marking all the locations of all emergency equipment, routes, and exits, and ensure they are kept clear of obstructions at all times. If the building has many interior spaces, such as stairwells without windows, consider painting arrows and marking exits with photoluminescent paint that glows in the dark.

Essential equipment required
In some emergency situations, people may be required to wear personal protective equipment (PPE). These may include but are not limited to-

Safety glasses, goggles, or face shields
Hard hats and safety shoes
Chemical suits, gloves, hoods, and boots
Special body protection for abnormal environmental conditions
Make sure that the emergency equipment is well-stocked, and clearly mark storage locations of that equipment in the emergency evacuation plan.

Afantagé`s good and efficient emergency evacuation system equipment and hardware are almost 98 - 100% accurate. It helps to count, tally & track at exits and/or mustering areas. It is traceable to the last known badge-in and sign-in locale, or the exact last halting location. It helps to communicate information (not data) to first responders through an independent cloud-based execution system. It is autonomous. RFID reader provider from Afantagé has an automatic alert using sensors to track temperature, smoke, and gas that operate at multiple frequencies for different countries. It is reactionary to relay phone calls, SMS, email as well as sirens, lights, and sprinklers. All private information is withheld in the system unless the alarm is sounded. Afantagé with its non-obstructive installation procedure is second in line and all its fail-safe measures work at a variety of angles. In addition, the ownership cost, maintenance, and licensing of Afantagé`s equipment and hardware are highly economical. To know more, visit- https://www.afantage.com/
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Last Updated April 5, 2021