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ArticleStairs

Continuing in a series of strange things that I have seen while consulting at hospitals... The maximum rise in a existing construction step is 8-inches. The step in the picture …

Brad Keyes, CHSP | Apr 4, 2019
StairwellsStairsSignage (Life Safety Code)Signs (Life Safety Code)

Q: With the new 2012 Life Safety Code adoption, my question is around the stairwell signage and 7.2.2.5.4.1. Hospitals are confused whether they have to replace all their signs to …

Brad Keyes, CHSP | Mar 13, 2019
ArticleStairs

Continuing in a series of strange things that I have seen while consulting at hospitals... The step up (or down) is more than 8-inches permitted for a riser. Steps will …

Brad Keyes, CHSP | Oct 4, 2018
ArticleStairs

Continuing in a series of strange things that I have seen while consulting at hospitals... No... this picture is not an optical illusion. That step between the floor and the …

Brad Keyes, CHSP | Aug 30, 2018

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