Fire exits are part of a system designed to provide the safest evacuation of people in an emergency. They may have a different look and functionality; however, their primary purpose remains unchanged. Fire exits are the exit point for people following the escape route and should, ideally, direct them to the place of ultimate safety. For this, they are positioned so that people passing through them can easily walk away from a dangerous building.
Often, the evacuation process takes place based on information about evacuation routes that were previously distributed among workers. Having heard a particular signal, people must leave the premises through the fire exit. However, in addition to complying with all the rules for organizing the evacuation, it is necessary to inform the fire department about which exit was used. This will allow firefighters to follow the evacuation route when fighting the fire and check if all people have got out. In addition, it will create an opportunity for further assessment and analysis of the situation after the fire.