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Improving evacuation with adaptive exit guidance

More than 70 per cent of people won’t notice your building’s conventional exit signs in an emergency. So how can you make sure they evacuate safely?

A new white paper from Eaton looks at high-risk factors, current exit sign requirements, and how a new generation of exit signs can make evacuation safer and faster.

In the whitepaper ‘Improving the Evacuation of High-Risk Buildings with Adaptive Exit Guidance’ – Eaton has reviewed recent incidents where evacuation was necessary and have suggested ways in which Adaptive Exit Guidance could have helped.

To download the white paper please click here.

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