secondary exit

secondary exit

An alternative exit, not necessarily required by code.
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Common fire safety violations include the no secondary exit; no wet standpipe system; no standard fire exit or fire doors are not provided with self-closing mechanism; no extension of fire escape to ground floor or corridors, walls, ceiling and openings are of light wooden materials; defective manual fire alarm; no smoke and heat detector; and inadequate battery operated emergency light.
"In restaurants, it seems like a lot of times there will be a table and chairs right in front of the secondary exit door, or you'll go into a big box store and they'll be restocking and have the forklift parked in front of one of the many exit doors along the perimeter wall.
There is a secondary exit on the south side leading to the alley.
This round includes both primary investment and secondary exit of some early stage investors.
Concerns the realization of the secondary exit of the parking which will pass under the boulevard of wallonie before joining this one in direction of the center of louvain-la-neuve.
When a soldier working a block is approached by a noncommissioned officer or other officer, along with giving a greeting, stating the number of prisoners present, and mentioning the primary and secondary exit routes, the soldier must also explain his or her primary duties and responsibilities.
We were evacuated through a secondary exit and we didn't see the dead body."
"So we were rushed through side rooms to a secondary exit where we waited outside in the pouring rain.
Photo luminescent signs are mounted every .10 mile in the 3-and-one-half mile long facility, marking one's current location and the closest primary and secondary exit.
If you can find no key features, such as food or obvious funnels to set up on, work your way around the edge of the bedding area and hunt secondary exit trails, especially those containing large rubs.
Roofs have proved to be a safe secondary exit and refuge a rea.
* Discuss the primary and secondary exit strategies to repay the loan;