Evacuation Control

Control of evacuation

The Self-Protection Plan covers the identification and evaluation of risks, the actions and measures required for the prevention and control of risks, as well as the protection measures and other actions to adopt in the event of an emergency.

The Emergency Plan is the document that the company establishes with the human and technical resources available to prevent emergencies and guarantee, if necessary, a swift, orderly, efficient and controlled evacuation.

The plan must develop aspects such as: alarm sound activated, evacuation order, evacuation routes, emergency exits, procedures for the emergency teams and the meeting points.

How does it work?

  • In an emergency

    In some situations, given the severity of the emergencies, the need to vacate the premises is the only way to save the physical integrity of the workers.

    The evacuation module establishes and informs who the emergency team is composed of, taking into consideration their presence or absence in the company, the priority within the team and the responsibility they have within the company’s Emergency Plan and Self-protection Plan.
  • Comunications

    It issues and sends a list to the members of staff in charge, of that staff who are on site and their last location, facilitating the counting and the localisation of staff if they were not present at their meeting point. The informative frequency and the method of sending or publishing the dates can be adjusted from the evacuation module.
  • Meeting points

    The meeting points are physical areas equipped with a marking terminal, where members of staff can go in the event of an evacuation due to an emergency. They are areas with specific characteristics that are assigned to members of staff and other groups such as visitors, contractors, etc.
    A centre can have more than one meeting point according to the size and the number of employees working there. In such cases, all the people present (via marking) at a meeting point, whether assigned to that one or not, will be considered safe.
    These meeting points can also be defined as safe areas, as their characteristics enable to ensure that those present are safe in the event of an emergency.
  • Special actions for emergency terminals

    The evacuation module can also define the actions of groups of readers (usually for perimeter access) in the event of an emergency. These actions (normal, open-access or blocked) are linked to situations which affect the centres as a whole (normal, pre-alert, emergency, end of emergency) and enable the opening of exit routes and prevent the entry into the centre of employees who have already vacated the premises.
    The evacuation module facilitates the creation of acoustic and light signals and the set-up of emergency alerts from a terminal.

Intended for:

  • Companies of all types and sizes and from all sectors (from 25 to 50,000 employees).
  • One or various headquarters, centres or factories.
  • Different security access levels.

Compatible with:

  • Time management
  • Access control
  • Control of visitors
  • Management of subcontractors (CAE).
  • Connection to a SAP platform
  • Access control terminals (proximity technology, and/or fingerprint) integrated or not in access elements (barriers, turnstiles, etc.).
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