This page aims to assist those in fire safety management with guidance, legislation requirements and recommendations on good safety signing practices. Those interested in improving health and safety issues in the workplace might also find the information provided here useful. Signs sited should show the shortest possible route to an exit from any point within the building. It should not be used in conjunction with, or near another directional sign that might conflict with the direction of travel.
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Caution Newer versions. Covers the use of all escape route signing systems within premises, including the selection, location, mounting positions, lighting and maintenance for the appropriate type of sign. Supersedes BS Came into effect 31 December First published September Second present edition, December Their committees work with the manufacturing and service industries, government, businesses and consumers to facilitate the production of British, European and International standards.
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Code of practice for escape route signing. This document Newer versions Older versions. BS Safety signs. Code of practice for escape route signing Publication Year Document Status.
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Caution Newer versions. Covers the use of all escape route signing systems within premises, including the selection, location, mounting positions, lighting and maintenance for the appropriate type of sign. Supersedes BS Came into effect 31 December First published September Second present edition, December
BS 5499-4:2013 Safety signs. Code of practice for escape route signing