911: "In Case of Fire" Signs >
Emergency Procedure "In Case of Fire" Signs outline critical emergency and evacuation instructions for your occupants. Post them above pull stations and by exits.To choose the correct sign you must know the following information: 1. Single Stage or Two-Stage Fire Alarm System, if Two-Stage system then you must choose either the Temporal Evacuation Alarm Signal wording or the Continuous Evacuation Alarm Signal wording. 2. Do you have elevators in your building or in your specific rental area, e.g. a restaurant space separate from the rest of the building. 3. Do you have safe refuge areas or compartments (e.g. high rise buildings, apartments, living suites or specially constructed refuge areas) in the event occupants cannot leave the building. If you have safe refuge areas or compartments choose signs with "Extended Caution". Other types of buildings should choose the alternate exit caution where it is safer for occupants to leave the building for their best protection.
Know your building and choose the best sign to direct your occupants in the event of an emergency.We stock the most common wording, but if you're looking for a sign that isn't below, don't hesitate to give us a call at 1-800-420-9737, or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.