means of escape


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fire escape

A continuous, unobstructed path of escape from a building for use in case of fire.
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Judge Greally added a means of escape must be "without danger to the persons confined" and the "age, physical condition and state of attire of the person may be relevant".
I replied No as this window provided means of escape quickly in case of fire.
Paying passengers are the end user in cruise ships and the lack of secondary means of escape from cabins ought to be carefully considered as a safety issue.
Spectators were evacuated on to the pitch but many turned the other way only to find exit doors which were locked or toilets which provided no means of escape.
Malcolm Rose started writing stories as a means of escape when studying for his chemistry DPhil.
"If the fire had carried on, with these two teenagers without means of escape, it could potentially have been quite serious."
Means of escape; a war correspondent's memoir of life and death in Afghanistan, the Middle East, and Vietnam.
Alyn added: The ones that concern both the fire service and the council are those landlords who do not make the effort to install and maintain fire alarms, fire doors along with ensuring a safe and secure means of escape in the event of a fire occurring.
FORTRESS INTERLOCKS has developed the AutoLokp (power to lock) solenoid interlock to provide a means of escape from potentially dangerous areas such as robot cells, cold stores and warehouse bays.
Identifying a means of escape is also specified, drawing guidance more in line with Part B of the Building Regulations which considers fire safety for all users of a building.
Member states that refuse to accept transparency will have no means of escape".
Industrial safety specialist Fortress Interlocks has developed the AutoLokP (power to lock) solenoid interlock to provide a means of escape from potentially dangerous areas such as robot cells, cold stores and warehouse bays.