Protected escape routes - means of escape, Other Engineering

Protected escape routes - fire protection engineering:

Protected escape routes:

  • Does the fire resistance fully enclose the protected routes?
  • Do the fire doors work correctly?
  • Are the fire doors wedged open?
  • Do the protected routes have their own final exits leading to ultimate safety?
  • Do the doors open in the direction of escape? - only required for over 50 people.
  • For taller buildings, do the protected staircases have protected lobbies separating them from the fire risk areas?
  • Does the fire resisting escape route need the additional protection of automatic fire detection?

 

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