Evacauation Co-ordination Procedures: BFSR Emergency Plan

QLD – Emergency Plan advises building owners, property and body corporate managers within Queensland have legislative obligations with regards to providing each facility with Evacuation Co-ordination Procedures and the requirement to retain hardcopies onsite with other fire safety documentation including the Fire & Evacuation Plan and Evacuation Signs. The Building Fire Safety Regulation 2008 (BFSR) Part 4 Evacuation planning, instruction and practice Division 1 Preliminary Subdivision 1 Interpretation requires that building owners, property and body corporate managers within Queensland ensure they prepare Evacuation Co-ordination Procedures that contains the following information pertaining to the actions required to be taken in the event of a fire or hazardous

BFSR: Evacuation Co-ordination Procedures: Emergency Plan

QLD - Emergency Plan advises building owners, property and body corporate managers within Queensland have legislative obligations with regards to providing each facility with Evacuation Co-ordination Procedures and the requirement to retain hardcopies onsite with other fire safety documentation including the Fire & Evacuation Plan and Evacuation Signs. The Building Fire Safety Regulation 2008 (BFSR) Part 4 Evacuation planning, instruction and practice Division 1 Preliminary Subdivision 1 Interpretation requires that building owners, property and body corporate managers within Queensland ensure they prepare Evacuation Co-ordination Procedures that contains the following information pertaining to the actions required to be taken in the event of a fire or hazardous

Guide to Emergency Plan Development: AS 3745-2010

AUST – Emergency Plan advises that the revised Standard AS 3745-2010 – Planning for emergencies in facilities includes some new requirements of building owners and occupants to provide an emergency plan and serves as a best practice standard for ensuring workplace safety in emergency conditions. Some States such as Queensland already have existing regulations, namely the Building Fire Safety Regulation 2008 (BFSR), that govern emergency planning and while these take precedence over AS 3745-2010, their intent and objectives are largely the same. An integral part of emergency planning is the development of the emergency plan, and an emergency plan developed