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ISO 15370 was the first International Standard for escape route lighting and is commonly known as LLL - Low Location Lighting. ISO 16069 Safety Wayguidance Systems (SWG) followed later for the built environment and laying down principles for design. This Standard was used by New York City as the basis for technical recommendations for stairwell egress systems now required by law for tall buildings.
JALITE Authorized Distributors are typically: Fire Protection and Prevention companies Fire Fighting equipment supply and service companies Fire Safety Management consultant companies Facilities Management companies Janitorial Service and Property Maintenance companies Electrical Supply and Contract companies Safety sign companies Leading Safety products catalogue companies Marine and Offshore chandler, service and supply companies
JALITE USA has its origins from a network created through the experts involved in the International Standardisation of Safety signs and Safety Labels. JALITE Inc now has the mandate to expand and service the JALITE distributor network throughout North America and to create demand through the development of products to meet North American clients' needs. The JALITE business model is based on the principle that clients want and need to be offered the very best practice in the design of safety product, the quality of safety product and the very best service and advise to use them most effectively. JALITE and its network of specialised safety distributor companies continuosly strive to fulfill this goal together. "JALITE delivering on its promises"
JALITE Multiple safety signs are purpose designed complete safety messages to handle risk situations that may arise as a result of human operations or interactions. They cover a warning of the hazard that may arise and the prohibited behaviour and mandatory actions that are to be followed to mitigate the potential risk. JALITE Multiple safety signs are designed according to design principles using graphical symbols and text to provide a comprehensive safety message. A full range of products are available for example for the many different deluge and extinguishing systems used to protect certain areas in work places and installations. JALITE product literature is associated with this article to illustrate standard JALITE Multiple safety sign products. If you have a specific risk situation that you wish to minimize with the use of a purpose designed multiple safety sign please ask your JALITE Distributor or send us you problem and we will see to it that your problem is solved. email@example.com
Luminous Egress Path Marking will significantly improve the means of egress provisions in tall buildings and be of great assistance to evacuees in case of emergency or power loss. The non -electrical safety wayguidance system basis from ISO 16069 is still the technical base and root for the luminous egress path system and JALITE has been at the forfront of all these developments. JALITE products are installed in the vast majority of the tall buildings in New York City and performance over the last 6 years since installation has been second to none. Jalite is the obvious choice for building owners and facilty managers requiring to meet IBC/ICC Code 2009 Section 1024.
Many emergency lights and Exit signs use a backup battery to perform under emergency conditions, however they have don’t have the ability to differentiate between a power outage due to a hurricane and a power outage due to an emergency such as a fire in the facility – they will revert to battery power until normal power conditions are restored. Unfortunately the wide spread loss of power due to the recent storm will reduce the service life of the batteries in the traditional electrical emergency lighting systems and increase the maintenance costs, using more of the limited resources of facilities across the North East. Fortunately some facilities have taken steps to proactively reduce maintenance costs, and will not have to replace batteries in their EXIT signs as they have installed non-electric photoluminescent EXIT signs from Jalite. These UL Listed EXIT Signs are compliant with NFPA Life Safety Code 101 and the IBC code, and require NO additional power where conditions permit. (See below)* Contact Jalite to find a distributor near you, and reduce maintenance costs in your facility. Or visit our new website exclusively devoted to our full range of UL Listed EXIT signs. *A minimum of 5 foot candles of fluorescent ambient light must be on the face of the sign when occupied.
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Jalite is active in over 109 countries
In the 35 year history of JALITE, products have been developed and supplied to over 100 countries in the world and often with safety messages in the local language or with dual language, with the International Safety language English. It has been a JALITE tradition to fully comply with National and International Standards for the design of our products. Now, with JALITE presence on three continents and Authorised Distribtors world wide we can be considered local throughout the world. Interested to Distribute JALITE products in your area of safety or your district and country? Just send us a mail and contact us now with an introduction.