Digital Dictionary

The pictographic symbols used are the property of the Government of Aragón and have been created by Sergio Palao for ARASAAC (, that distributes them under Creative Commons License BY-NC-SA.

*Some of the pictographic symbols are used as it is and some of them have been modified based on the context. 


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Fire Extinguisher

A device containing material that can stop a fire from burning.

Entry link: Fire Extinguisher

Red Crescent / Red Cross

An international organization that takes care of people in danger.

Entry link: Red Crescent / Red Cross


A device that moves up and down, carrying people from one floor of a building to another.

Entry link: Elevators


To move people from a dangerous place to somewhere safe.

Entry link: Evacuation

Helicopter Rescue

An helicopter dedicated to securing somebody.

Entry link: Helicopter Rescue

Emergency Service

Urgent care department for first treatment at the hospital.

Entry link: Emergency Service

Emergency Call

Phone call made by a person to ask for help during emergency situations.

Entry link: Emergency Call

Emergency Exit

A door that opens outwards  to use for escaping in case of danger.

Entry link: Emergency Exit


A puddle or stream of water on dry surfaces.

Entry link: Puddle


A weather condition in which very small drops of water are close to the land, making it difficult to see.

Entry link: Fog

Muster Area

A place where everyone in an area is ordered to go in case of emergency or danger.

Entry link: Muster Area


Natural events such as earthquakes, fires and floods that damage people, animals and buildings are called disasters.

Entry link: Disaster

Fire Extinguisher Cabinet

Cabinet with fire hose, sprinkler and faucet.

Entry link: Fire Extinguisher Cabinet


The floor below the ground floor of a building.

Entry link: Cellar

First Aid Kit

A box or bag that contains basic medical equipment.

Entry link: First Aid Kit

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