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Exit routes are important! OSHA defines an exit route as “a continuous and unobstructed path of exit travel from any point within a workplace to a place of safety, consisting of three (3) parts”:
- Exit access: portion of an exit route that leads to an exit.
- Exit: portion of an exit route that is generally separated from other areas to provide a protected way of travel to the exit discharge.
- Exit discharge: part of the exit route that leads directly outside or to a street, walkway, refuge area, public way or open space with access to the outside.
Generally, a workplace is required to have at least two (2) such exit routes to allow prompt evacuation of employees, customers and any other occupants during an emergency. Keep occupants safe by making sure exit routes are clear of obstruction!
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