means of egress

means of egress

A continuous path of travel from any point in a building or structure to the outside at ground level.
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They are puzzled, too, by the seeming impossibility of reconciling the voices heard in contention, with the facts that no one was discovered up stairs but the assassinated Mademoiselle L'Espanaye, and that there were no means of egress without the notice of the party ascending.
MEP designers must be able to provide appropriate means of egress and clear evacuation strategies.
In addition to the $310,000 in FY18 for Station #7, there is $110,000 included for modifications to the locker room and for the creation of a second means of egress.
Someone living in a room with no means of egress other than the door.
How people behave in fire situation have a big correlation with their role, previous experience, education, personality, means of egress provided and also the action taken by the people who shared the same situation.
By late afternoon, the team had worked its way through about three dozen properties, trooping single file up and down narrow three-decker steps and peering into basements looking for dangerous makeshift apartments without two means of egress.
the space can be vented and has two means of egress.
Cannon's OSHA Certification includes areas such as: Federal Certification with 29 CFR 1910; Inspections, Citations, and Penalties; Walking and Working Surfaces; Means of Egress and Fire Protection; Flammable and Combustible Liquids; Fire Prevention and Protection; Machine Guarding and Material Handling; Hazard Communication; Industrial Hygiene and Blood-borne Pathogens; Health and Safety Programs.
The facility should also have accessible means of egress, emergency alarms and signage.
The repeat violation resulted from the eon-tractor allegedly failing to provide workers within the trench box a safe means of egress.
The Department of Buildings issued a partial vacate order and full stop work order for "illegally convert[ing] rooms into transient hostel without providing required means of egress, fire alarm," Brownstoner reported.
The issue of providing a safe means of egress for occupants in a super tall building is affected by generally large populations and excessive time for total evacuation, should that be necessary.