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Topic Title: Emergency Lighting
Topic Summary: Definition of "place of Safety"
Created On: 11 February 2019 02:56 PM
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 11 February 2019 05:29 PM
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Normally the same person responsible for the fire risk assesments or more often in a complex case, whoever they delegate, That will vary by building, in a house it is the owner, but in somerthing like a church hall it is the running comittee.

As a good start, further away from the outside walls than the building is tall, and neither a dead end nor in the way of incoming fire appliances, unless it is very tall, like a block of flats, where you would be best to seek professional advice, as the better strategy may be stay put, or to have short term refuges at intermediate levels.
In terms of light, once you get outside, quite often light from other sources - street lights or other buildings, may mean it is not part of that installation.

edit - composed while the post above appeared..

regards Mike

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