Remember the following key points when
FESA recommends every home developing your escape plan:
• Know two ways out of each room.
should have mains powered • Decide where your safe meeting place is
smoke alarms and (outside the home).
• Make sure security doors can be unlocked from
an escape plan. the inside.
• Keep keys in deadlocks while at home
(providing they can not be seen from the
Use this guide to complete your home
outside) to escape quickly in the event of a ﬁre.
ﬁre escape plan, and place it on your • Make sure your family understands and practises
fridge. the escape plan (at least once every 6 months).
• Remember, locked gates will block your escape
• Consider family members with special needs
(eg. very young, elderly and the inﬁrm).
• Consider an escape plan for your pets.
An example of an escape plan can be found on the last page.
Practise drawing your house on other paper and
transfer the ﬁnished drawing onto the grid opposite.
Our Home Fire Escape Plan
TEAR ALONG HERE
Keep this on your fridge!
An example of a Home Fire Escape Plan:
For ﬁre safety information
FESA on 9323 9300
or visit www.fesa.wa.gov.au
In an emergency
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