Our 3-Step Escape Plan

  • First Escape Route
  • Second Escape Route
  • Meeting Place

Use this space to note any additional information about your escape plan, i.e. who will assist

Your checklist
  • Get low

    Smoke is poisonous and more deadly than flames.

    If you breathe smoke for more than a few breaths it can kill you.

  • Be fast

    A house fire can kill you in less than three minutes.

    Don't spend time trying to save possessions.

  • Close doors

    A closed door buys you time.

    It slows down the spread of fire, giving you more time to get to safety.

  • Get out - stay out!

    People have died by going back into a fire.

    Don't leave the meeting place to go back inside for any reason.

Fire & Emergency New Zealand

Emergency Caller Location Information

When you dial 111 from a mobile phone, data that helps determine the location of your handset is sent to the Emergency Location Information System overseen by the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment. This data is provided by your mobile network operator (for all handset types) or by your handset on supported Android and iOS smartphones.

The Emergency Location Information System turns that data into information about your handset's likely location. Authorised Emergency Service Providers (New Zealand Police, Fire and Emergency New Zealand, St John and Wellington Free Ambulance) are allowed to use this location information to help them verify where you are calling from, so they can respond to the emergency as quickly as possible.

The provision of this information is authorised by the Privacy Commissioner, via the Telecommunications Information Privacy Code 2020.

Find out more about the Emergency Caller Location Information service.