Flowchart Example: Fire Evacuation Plan

Description:

This chart instructs readers what should do when a fire accident happens, using decisions and processes.

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What is Flowchart?

A flowchart is a graphical representation of a process or workflow. In a flowchart, step within a flow is represented by a symbol like rectangle, oval, etc. Each of these symbols are connected with arrows with directional arrow to show the flow direction.

Why Flowchart?

  • Flowchart consists of only simple and standard symbols such as, the simple rectangles, ovals, diamonds and other shapes which is easy to understand and only need to take very little time to learn
  • Flowchart symbols are universally recognized across multiple disciplines, and will allow us to communicate a great deal of information accurately, efficiently, and succinctly.
  • Flowchart shows every step of a process in clear and explicit detail. The top-down and left-to-right flow of steps on the chart have a natural order and are easy to follow.

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