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  • Letters on safety signs should be 100mm tall to be safely read within 25 meters - according to the old Guidance to the Fire Precautions. But the guidelines were set...
  • The new cinema houses eight screens containing 1450 seats, with each auditorium having the ability to accommodate six wheelchairs. Evac+Chairs were installed to...
  • Vehicles such as cars and lorries transporting petrol and dangerous substances must be considered as a high risk within a tunnel and many aspects must be considered...
  • The CDM Regulations are broken down into 5 parts: Part 1: The application of the Regulations and definitions. Part 2: General duties that apply to all construction...
  • ISO 20712 provides specifications and guidance on safety signs for aquatic hazards. These include internationally agreed signage for a tsunami hazard zone,...
  • Now with over 100 buildings, a fresh audit was carried out by Worcestershire NHS' fire risk consultant to check there were the right number of chairs in high...
  • The new products are designed in accordance with: BS5499-1:2002 - Graphical symbols and signs - Safety signs, including fire safety signs - Part 1: Specification...
  • One of the most common problem with any map design, not just fire escape plans is the use of a single reading orientation for all maps in all locations. The...
  • Jalite Plc, a world leader in this technology have been working in this area for over 25 years and have seen the adoption of the technology in the offshore oil...
  • Sunrise Senior Living UK's fire safety advisors, Quality Fire Safety Management Ltd, were responsible for specifying the Evac+Chairs. A spokesman for the company...

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