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Ladies and gents,

One of the senior managers in my workplace tells me that we are allowed to 'lose' one fire exit, he is referring to a fire exit that is partially obstructed and I have taken issue with this. I think he is getting confused with the fact that during a fire, we should  assume that we will lose a fire exit due to the fire. Am I right in assuming that EVERY fire exit should be clear, unobstructed and available at the start of any event as per Article 14 of the RRFSO 2005.   

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