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

New Zealand International Convention Centre (NZICC) Action Plan

Fire and Emergency New Zealand developed the NZICC Action Plan to address the recommendations of the AFAC Independent Operational Review.

The New Zealand built environment is evolving and ever-growing and we want to ensure we improve how we manage long duration structural incidents. We have developed this action plan in response to the lessons and opportunities the independent review identified and recommended.

Fire and Emergency accepts the report is a fair review of our management of a very significant event and intends to take action to address the 11 recommendations made. This action plan outlines how we will respond to these recommendations.

The actions and timeframes for achieving these are subject to change as they need to be balanced against the other areas of organisation development and prioritisation and generally this will be achieved through the organisations formal investment prioritisation process.

New Zealand International Convention Centre (NZICC) Action Plan

New Zealand International Convention Centre (NZICC) Action Plan Update - 30 April 2022