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Jun 14 2017

WW: Guest House Egress

Category: Egress,Wordless WednesdayLori @ 12:43 am Comments (9)
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This signage designates the egress path from rooms in a small hotel / guest house in a city on the east coast.  Note the exit sign over the window inside of one of the (locked) rooms, and instructions to break out the panel in the door in order to turn the handle from the inside.  Ironically, this guest house is 3 blocks away from a very similar building where 2 firefighters were killed in a fire a few years ago.

Thank you to Keith Nelsen of Lindquist Security Technologies for allowing me to share these Wordless Wednesday photos.  Life safety is everyone’s responsibility.

9 Responses to “WW: Guest House Egress”

  1. Jack Ostergaard says:

    Are there copies of the pink instructions to take with me on my journey? I feel like I could get lost on my way out.

  2. Cathy Kopp says:

    It appears that leaving the Constitution Room during an emergency could be really bad for your constitution.

  3. Charles says:

    I wonder if they print a hand out,,,

    So the guest can read directions as they follow the maze ??

  4. Misha Burnett says:

    Plan B: Throw the microwave through the window and jump out after it.

  5. Ian Greene says:

    I noticed there was no reference to following a rabbit anywhere……..

  6. Angela says:

    The sign is a confusing grammatical mess.

  7. Eric Rieckers says:

    The directions sound more like a scavenger hunt.

  8. Joel Niemi says:

    I think this is unconstitutional. It is certainly unconscionable

  9. Rich McKie says:

    Sounds like a lawsuit waiting to happen.
    How can building owners and operators be so stupid?

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