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Continuing in a series of strange things that I have seen while consulting at hospitals...
The door in the picture is to a courtyard where patients may go and enjoy the out-of-doors. The problem is, there is no 'NO EXIT' sign on the door, and in my opinion the door could be confused for an exit door.
The size and make-up of the 'NO EXIT' sign is very specific: The word "NO" must be 2-inches tall, and the word "EXIT" must be 1-inch tall. The word "NO" must be over the top of the word "EXIT".
The reason the word "EXIT" is smaller than the word "NO" is the technical committee who wrote that portion of the Life Safety Code wanted people to read the word "NO" before they read the word "EXIT" while approaching the door.