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How to evacuate a High-Rise Building in case of fire ?

A high-rise building, what is it?

A High-rise Building (IRB) is a building whose floor of the Best level is located at an altitude of more than 50 meters... lire la suite

How to evacuate a High-Rise Building in case of fire ?

A high-rise building, what is it?

A High-rise Building (IRB) is a building whose floor of the Best level is located at an altitude of more than 50 meters for buildings for residential use, and an altitude of more than 28 meters for others buildings.

In France, High Buildings meet very strict safety criteria, particularly in terms of fire prevention and evacuation. In the event of a fire, it is necessary to know how to evacuate a high-rise building.

How to evacuate a high rise building ? 

This video explains the steps of an evacuation in this type of building. Find out about the type of office you have: the places where manual triggers are placed, the best way to access the stairs, emergency exits, etc. But also about the people who occupy the office, and in particular those who can help them. most vulnerable employees.

What are the steps involved in evacuating a high rise building ? 

When the alarm goes off, security devices activate in "bunkers."

Ventilation and fume extraction start up, the fire doors close.

The elevators no longer stop at the "bunker" level, security guards are alerted.

It is then necessary to join the stairs then to descend or climb two floors, helping the most fragile.

Once safe, you have to wait for instructions.

To find out more about High-rise Buildings, you can watch our High-rise Building (IRB) video: how does it work?