a) near each exit door intended to be used in an emergency;
b) near stairs, so that each flight of stairs receives direct light;
c) near any other change in level;
d) externally illuminated escape route safety signs, escape route direction signs and other safety signs that need to be illuminated under emergency lighting conditions;
e) at each change of direction (see NOTE 2);
f) at each intersection of corridors (see NOTE 2);
g) near each final exit and outside the building leading up to a safe place;
h) near each first aid post, so that 5 lx vertical illuminance shall be provided at the first aid box;
i) near each piece of firefighting equipment and call point, so that 5 lx vertical illuminance shall be provided at the fire alarm call points, firefighting equipment and panel.
j) near escape equipment provided for people with disabilities;
k) near disabled refuges and call points. It is also a requirement to include two-way communication systems with the disabled refuges, including an alarm call position in the accessible restrooms.
NOTE 1: For the purpose of this clause, “near” is normally considered to be within 2 m measured horizontally.
NOTE 2: For points e) and f), “at” means that the emergency luminaire would cast light in both directions at the change of direction or at an intersection.