Muniz, Manny
February 2007
Fire Chief;Feb2007, Vol. 51 Issue 2, p55
Trade Publication
The article discusses the importance of egress signage regulations implemented in the U.S. The New York City Department of Buildings World Trade Center Building Code Task Force made recommendations regarding egress markings. Meanwhile, the California State Fire Marshal, based in part on the 2006 International Building Code, adopts the latest regulations. Moreover, Connecticut passed a law for the state building inspector and fire marshal to make amendments to the state building codes. INSET: EXIT SIGN TECHNOLOGIES & UL 294.


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