What should you do if you come upon a fire? A fire action notice instructs workers and visitors on what to do in the event of a fire, as well as the necessary actions. A fire action sign does not have to be a photoluminescent sign that glows in the dark, but it is recommended because a building may have smokey circumstances that limit eyesight. Next to any manual call point signs on the property, these action notification signs should be posted. In the event of a fire, there should also be signs at all lifts on all levels recommending not to use the lift. The fire action sign should inform employees on how to contact the fire department and how to exit the premises. Also, if your employees speak multiple languages, our multilingual fire safety system can help.There are different instructions for flats and apartments here is the link Fire Action Notice (Stay Put) For Flats (UK) | Warning Safety Sign https://www.warningsafetysigns.com/cgi-bin/sh000001.pl?WD=fire%20action%20lingual%20multi&PN=multi%2Dlingual%2Dfire%2Daction%2Dsign%2D1424%2Ehtml#SID=57
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