Exit Signage - No Exit

What circumstances require the use of "No Exit" signs?

There are circumstances when a No Exit sign is an effective means of providing clarity to the means of egress. The Annex A guidance for NFPA 101-2012 is helpful. "The likelihood of occupants mistaking passageways or stairways that lead to dead-end spaces for exit doors and becoming trapped governs the need for No Exit signs."
Last updated on March 13, 2018
Manual: Home Care
Chapter: Life Safety LS

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