Number of exits Sample Clauses

Number of exits. The minimum number of doors in a vehicle shall be two, either two service doors or one service door and one emergency door. Every double-deck vehicle shall have two doors on the lower deck (see also paragraph below). The minimum number of service doors required is as follows: Number of passengers Minimum number of service doors Classes I & A Class II Classes III & B 9 - 45 1 1 1 71 - 100 3 (2 in the case of a double-deck vehicle) 2 1 > 100 4 3 1
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Number of exits. Every dwelling, dwelling unit and lodging room shall have direct access to at least two (2) accessible unobstructed means of egress or stairways above the first floor, leading to an open public street, alley, or court connected to a street. Exterior stairways, egress windows or exit platforms, or a combination thereof, will be permitted as second exits for dwellings and dwelling units constructed prior to January 1, 1985, (date of modification to Chapters Comm. 20-25 of the Wisconsin Administrative Code) if approved by the Code Official. Platforms or stairways shall terminate at a point not more than ten (10') feet above the grade directly below the lowest platform for buildings containing three (3) or more units and fifteen (15') feet above the grade directly below the lowest platform for one (1) and two (2) unit dwellings. Platforms shall have a minimum size of three (3') feet by four (4') feet. All stairways and platforms shall be protected with handrails and guardrails as specified in the Wisconsin Administrative Code. Variances to the height limitations specified above may be approved by the Board of Housing Appeals provided the platforms or stairs are maintained in a sound structural condition.

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