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Last edited 20 Nov 2020
International Fire Safety Standards: Common Principles, Safe Buildings Save Lives, First Edition, published by the International Fire Safety Standards Coalition in 2020 defines escape as: ‘The egress of occupants from a Building.’
Articles about escape on Designing Buildings Wiki include:
- Alternative escape route
- Emergency escape lighting
- Escape chair
- Escape lighting
- Escape route
- Final exit for escape routes
- Means of escape
- Protected escape route
- Protected stair v escape stair
- Unprotected escape route
- Width of doors stairs and escape routes
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