What you should know about Emergency Exit
An emergency exit, also known as an emergency exit, is a door that does not allow entry into a given place but allows you to evacuate it very quickly. It can be recognized by a green and white illuminated sign just above it. Mandatory in public buildings or buildings with a large number of people, the emergency exit gives users the opportunity to escape from any disaster occurring in an enclosed area.
Thus, if a fire breaks out and prevents access to the usual exit, an emergency exit is most often present near the location. The same applies to any other case, such as a terrorist attack, an earthquake, a flood or many other incidents. (1)
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