Exit Signs by State - Comply with Your State and Local Regulation
There is often confusion over which colors are allowed when choosing an Exit sign for your building. Exit sign requirements vary by state and municipality, which is why it's important to check with your Fire Marshall to see whether Green Exit Signs
or Red Exit Signs are required in your building. The information below is for general guidance, only. For many, however, it is also important to get a “sense” of any color preference – so that your building is as consistent as possible with others in your area. Even though the European Union generally uses Green
Exit Signs (Red is used to specify prohibited actions), our UL 924 standards allow either Green Exit signs or Red Exit signs. Yet, localized codes often specify one or the
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Vermont State Compliant EXIT Signs
Vermont recommends red Exit signs but is also subject to the decision of the fire marshal. NFPA 101 Life Safety code has been used in Vermont since 1972, and has been the primary governing code in the state ever since. Like other New England states, Vermont took part in a movement to create better and more visible egress routes, particularly in places of assembly. The code information sheet that was distributed after this event only says that "means of egress shall be lighted" and "emergency lighting shall also be provided." The best emergency illumination is one that requires no internal power source, and photoluminescent Exit signs and egress markings are ideal for equipping your establishment with Vermont Exit Signs before an inspection.
Recommended Exit Signs for Vermont
These photoluminescent signs can be installed without wiring. These ecologically friendly signs are maintenance free, free of radiation and UL 924 listed. They last over 20 years and are the favorite of more and more property owners. Over the life of the sign, you will save $ thousands. Lock-on arrows give you flexibility. You can decide in the field which directional arrows are needed.