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Egress Maps & Floor Evacuation Plan Signs

Egress maps, also known as evacuation maps or fire escape plans, are crucial tools used in building safety. These maps provide clear and concise visual representations of the routes occupants should take to exit a building safely in case of an emergency, such as a fire. They typically include the locations of exits, fire extinguishers, and other safety equipment to guide individuals to safety efficiently. These maps are essential in ensuring compliance with safety regulations and helping to minimize confusion and panic during evacuations.

Gogi Signs, a comprehensive sign company based in NJ, specializes in creating simple yet durable signage that not only adheres to ADA, HPD, and fire safety regulations but also aligns with your business’s unique style. To order your custom egress map, please complete our online form.

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Why Evacuation Maps Are Essential for Emergency Preparedness

  • Enhanced Clarity: Evacuation maps provide a clear visual representation of a building’s layout, highlighting fire exits, emergency assembly points, and the recommended escape routes. This eliminates confusion and ensures everyone understands the safest way to exit the building, especially during stressful situations.
  • Improved Efficiency: Evacuation maps can significantly reduce evacuation times. By knowing exactly where exits are located and the recommended escape routes, occupants can navigate their way out quickly and efficiently, minimizing the risk of injury or loss of life.
  • Universal Communication: Evacuation maps transcend language barriers. Symbols and directional arrows are universally understood, making them effective communication tools for a diverse population, including those with limited English proficiency.
  • Increased Awareness: The presence of evacuation maps throughout a building serves as a constant reminder of emergency procedures. This regular visual reinforcement can improve occupant awareness and preparedness for potential emergencies.
  • Compliance with Regulations: Many regions have building codes that mandate the display of evacuation maps in specific locations within buildings. Having compliant evacuation maps ensures your building meets safety regulations and reduces the risk of liability issues.

Investing in evacuation maps is a simple yet crucial step towards creating a safer environment for everyone in your building. Gogi Signs, a full-service sign company, can help you create high-quality evacuation maps that meet all regulatory requirements and effectively communicate escape routes during a fire or other emergencies.

New Jersey’s Trusted Provider of Wholesale Egress Maps

Trust Gogi Signs, New Jersey’s reliable provider of wholesale egress maps. We deliver high-quality, compliant signs that are easy to read and designed to meet all local safety standards, ensuring your facilities are prepared for any emergency.

Benefits of Our Egress Maps

  • Clarity in Chaos: Evacuation maps cut through confusion during emergencies, guiding everyone to safety with clear visuals.
  • Faster Evacuations: Knowing the escape routes beforehand saves precious time, minimizing risk in emergencies.
  • Universal Language: Symbols speak louder than words – evacuation maps are understood by everyone, regardless of language.
  • Daily Reminder: The constant presence keeps occupants informed and prepared for potential emergencies.
  • Regulation Ready: Compliant maps ensure your building meets safety codes, reducing liability concerns.

Evacuation Map Placement and Size Requirements Explained

Evacuation maps must be prominently displayed in specific locations throughout a building to ensure they are easily accessible to occupants in case of an emergency. There are no universal regulations, but common placement areas include:
  • Entrances and exits: Near all building entrances and exits, especially main entry points.
  • Hallways: At regular intervals along hallways, particularly near fire extinguishers and pull stations.
  • Common areas: In high-traffic areas like lobbies, break rooms, and conference rooms.
  • Elevators: Inside or near elevator landings.
  • Stairwells: On each floor, near the top and bottom of stairwells.
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  • Additionally: Consider placing evacuation maps in areas with high occupant turnover, like reception areas or temporary workspaces.

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Evacuation Map Related Services

In addition to Egress map sign making we also offer different types of services such as.

Surveys

We assess your building to determine evacuation sign needs.

Consultations

Our experts guide you on compliant and effective evacuation signage.

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Fabrication

High-quality evacuation signs made to your specifications.

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Installation

We ensure your evacuation signs are properly placed for optimal visibility.

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