May 15, 2009, Newsletter Issue #166: Where to Put Emergency Lighting

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Emergency lighting should illuminate paths to all exits of a building. In particular, emergency lights should give light to any building feature that would be difficult to navigate in the dark, such as stairs and ramps. In addition, there should be emergency lighting systems available outside the building to help people get to a safe distance away from the building.

Just because emergency lights are required by law doesn't mean they have to be ugly. Today's emergency lights are available in a variety of styles to perform their function effectively without jarring the viewer.

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