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Exploring the idea of using PFIs for corridor clutter

Healthcare Life Safety Compliance, July 1, 2010

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If this new approach becomes widespread, it has large implications for safety officers and facility directors, who must currently remind clinicians to keep egress corridors clear. Corridor width falls under LS.02.01.20, which was the third most-cited standard in hospitals in 2009, due in large part to items improperly parked in egress routes.

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