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Last edited 16 Jun 2020
The Loss Prevention Code of Practice CoP 0001 Issue 1.0, Code of Practice for visual alarm devices used for fire warning, published by BRE Global in 2012 suggests that a deaf person is ‘a person who cannot hear sounds less than 80 dBA.’
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