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Allegion
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Dec 07 2016

WW: Instructional Signage

If you’re looking for some AIA continuing education, we’re offering a webinar TOMORROW, at 2 different times:

Door Hardware Specifications, December 8, 2016 @ 9:00 am Eastern. 

Door Hardware Specifications, December 8, 2016 @ 2:00 pm Eastern.  

We also have an online course available which offers AIA CEUs.

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This Wordless Wednesday photo came from Dustin Elam of the Santa Ana Unified School District.  Dustin’s not responsible for the instructional signage.  😀

open-this-door

sign

8 Responses to “WW: Instructional Signage”

  1. Michael Pedersen says:

    Could be worse. I mean… At least it latches, right?

  2. Kevin says:

    … and it only takes one operation to open!

  3. John Truempy says:

    Wrong on so many levels but that is funny

  4. Rick Halloran says:

    I think it lends a whole new meaning to “panic” hardware. I would panic if I saw that hardware in an emergency!

  5. Bryan McKeehan says:

    A creative person might have made a paddle in place of the pushbar.

  6. Joel Niemi says:

    As flat-screen displays edge out the CRT style, the Facilities Department found a way to avoid purchasing more fusible links

  7. Moses Lefkowitz says:

    Picture Looks like using your Head to open the Door…

  8. David DeFilippo says:

    If dead burnt bodies isn’t enough to motivate repairing the hardware I don’t know what is?

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