An understandable escape plan installed at Schiphol Airport.

Escape and evacuation plan signs

Evacuation plans, NEN-1414 and ISO-23601

Escape and evacuation plans are part of the escape route marking and they are required by law. They are part of the information provided at onshore, maritime and offshore installations. NEN-1414 and ISO-23601 are the basis for our escape and evacuation plans.

Displaying escape route information

Blomsma Signs & Safety draws up escape and evacuation plans using simple stylistic visual imagery. This improves legibility (for people who are not used to reading technical drawings as well) and encourages unambiguous interpretation of information. It helps people get their bearings correctly and helps get relevant escape route information across.

In accordance with escape route marking and corporate branding.

Recognizability and attention are increased by using primary colours in accordance with escape route marking. Drawing up the plans using the client’s corporate branding will create uniformity within the client’s organization. This is particularly useful if the employees work at varying locations, and gives a professional appearance without affecting the safety message.

For regular use

An evacuation plan sign is primarily designed for use in the event of an emergency. However, even when there is no emergency, escape and evacuation plan signs are useful as information that is provided to help people determine their location. This will give those interested information about their position within a building or on a site. At the same time, they find information about emergency exits and escape routes.