exit access

exit access

That portion of a means of egress which leads to an exit.
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"There is a single entry and exit access point into the privately-owned road through a narrow gate into our premises.
The proposed tollroad is designed to have the following five interchange locations that will provide entry and exit access to the expressway: SLEx Interchange; Calamba-Tagaytay Road; Santa Rosa-Tagaytay Road; Gen.
The 2012 International Building Code (2) (IBC) defines a corridor as "an enclosed exit access component that defines and provides a path of egress travel." The 2012 International Mechanical Code (3) (IMC) in paragraph 601.2 states clearly that corridors shall not serve as supply, return, exhaust, relief or ventilation air ducts, and essentially the same clause has appeared in previous editions and in other model codes such as the Uniform Mechanical Code (4) (UMC).
For example, NFPA 101 stipulates that all doors must have unobstructed exit access. The code states "locks shall not require the use of a key, tool, special knowledge, or effort for operation from the inside of the building."
Additionally, they can verify visits by professionals (e.g., nurses, physical therapists, occupational therapists, etc.) through the use of an entry and exit access code.
Additional penalties totaling $19,000 were issued for six serious citations, four of which dealt with unguarded machines, one with inadequate forklift training and the last with a narrow exit access.
A means of egress is a continuous and unobstructed way of exit travel from any point in the building or structure to a public way and consists of three separate and distinct parts: the way of exit access, the exit and the way of exit discharge."