Signage is required in educational and ancillary facilities. Design, construction, installation, and location of interior signage and graphics shall comply with the Florida Building Code, the Florida Fire Prevention Code as adopted by the State Fire Marshal and the following:
Windows for emergency rescue shall comply with NFPA 101, Florida Edition, as adopted by the Florida Fire Prevention Code, shall be operable from the inside by a single operation, and shall be labeled "EMERGENCY RESCUE—KEEP AREA CLEAR." Hinged emergency rescue windows shall swing in the direction of egress.
Maximum capacity signs in each space with a capacity of 50 or more occupants. The signs shall be mounted adjacent to the main entrance door.
Room name, room number and, if different, FISH inventory numbers shall be provided for each space.
A graphic diagram of primary and emergency evacuation routes shall be posted adjacent to the primary exit door from each space occupied by six or more students. The diagram shall clearly indicate, by contrasting color and number, each route of evacuation.
Signs necessary to meet accessibility requirements shall be provided.
Hazardous work and storage areas shall be identified by appropriate caution signs.