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i.
What is the maximum allowable common path of
NFPA 101, Sect 5-6, and
travel?
Is it met?
Occupancy chapter
What is the minimum required number of exits
j.
NFPA 101, Sect. 5-4
from every area?
Are they provided?
k.
Are exits as remote from one another as
NFPA 101, Sect. 5-5
possible?
l.
Are exit components (stairs, ramps, etc.)
NFPA 101, Ch. 5 and
approved for the particular occupancy?
Occupancy Chapter
m.
Do stairs and ramps comply with dimensional
NFPA 101, Sect. 5-2.2,
requirements?
5-2.5
n.
Do exits and stairs discharge directly to the
NFPA 101, Sect. 5-7
outside or through a protected passageway
when required?
Do doors swing in the direction of exit
NFPA 101, Para 5-2.1.4
travel when required?
Is door hardware (locks, latches, etc.)
NFPA 101, Paras 5-2.1.5,3
adequate and not restrictive?
Is panic hardware provided where required
NFPA 101 and
(schools, assembly, child care)?
OPNAVINST 1700.9B
If doors are expected to be held open, are
NFPA 101, Para 5-2.1.8
smoke detector actuated automatic-closers
NDIV 4042, A.13
provided?
Ensure exit paths are not through hazardous
NFPA 101, Sec. 5-5.2
or lockable rooms.
Is normal illumination provided in egress?
NFPA 101, Sec. 5-8
NFPA 101, Sec. 5-9
Is emergency lighting provided where required?
N.E.C.(NFPA 70) Art.700-12
Are battery-type emergency lighting units wired
NDIV 4042, F.3
to the circuits serving lights in corresponding
areas?
W
Are illuminated exit signs provided?
NFPA 101, Sec. 5-10
X
N.E.C. (NFPA 70)
Are exit signs provided with battery back-up?
NDIV 4042, F.1
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