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JALITE safety products are used to help implement key elements of any Safety Management System in an organisation, especially relevant to the new ISO 45001 - Occupational health and safety (OH&S) management system. Key objectives are to meet and exceed legislative requirements. Especially the need to meet obligations of Duty of Care and Employment Law. To provide a safety management system and the essential safety training requires specific actions and JALITE products can demonstrate that actions have been taken instantly to any observer. JALITE Authorized Distributors, providing local supply and installation, assist clients to attain their safety management objectives and help training and knowledge on fire safety, health and safety signs and evacuation.
The Jalite ISO 7010 exit sign system
ISO EN BS 7010 Graphical symbols -- Safety colours and safety signs -- Registered safety signs is the Standard for all safety signs in the work place and for safety communications to the public. JALITE has worked for over 25 years as part of British Standards and ISO Standards Technical Committees to get the broadest acceptance possible around the world of the famous running man through the door with its unique supplementary arrow for the movement of people. Wherever in the world you can find JALITE safety signs to meet your needs.
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JALITE Authorized Distributors are chosen to be professionals in the safety field and have chosen the very best based on the shared total quality philosophy. The JALITE goal is to provide service and support locally in all the world geographies and application markets for photoluminescent safety signs and way guidance products. Call us to find an Authorized JALITE Distributor in your area and/or ask your best suppliers to deliver JALITE.
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JALITE wants to hear from you. E-mail us and ask questions! JALITE has been in business now for over 35 years with the Brand JALITE and we are proud to be the pioneers of all the main applications for photoluminescent 'See in the Dark' safety products. Just give us an e-mail inquiry and questions we will be straight back to you. Even ask the oldest question of all - How long does it Glow? - How long does it last? or How long is a piece of string?
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A Solid, Secure Partnership JALITE has recognized that photoluminecent safety products need local customer support and services in order for end user clients to maximize their benefits from these products. Furthermore, the enormous breadth and depth of applications for photoluminescence in safety requires good client-supplier relationships. JALITE Distributors share the prime values of quality, integrity and providing a bundle of value added services and benefits along with the products. Best practice requires that little extra effort without a price tag. If you have an "above minimum requirements" client base when it comes to safety and you are interested to take on the JALITE range of products best suited to your clients and service capabilities just call or e-mail or fill in our contact form.
In July of 2009, a fire broke out on the 9th floor of a 14-storey residency by the south of London. The fire quickly spread to the 11th floor where it took the lives of six residents. Weeks before the fire one of the victims had asked why there were no diagrams in the building to show where the emergency exits were. Those who perished in the fire had remained in their flat, but those who did escape the blaze described the scene as being “chaotic” and said that the maze-like layout of the building made evacuation extremely difficult. Why weren’t evacuation plans installed within the large, 14-storey building? An inquiry into the answer of that question began on January 14, 2013. The National Fire Protection Agency (NFPA) released an article on their site that describes how to stay safe if you are in a tall building. The number one tip? Know the plan. The article says, “Make sure that you're familiar with your building's evacuation plan, which should illustrate what residents are supposed to do in the event of an emergency.” These all important diagrams were unfortunately absent from too many tragedies. Ensure that the occupants and staff in your facility stay safe and “know the plan.” Contact JALITE today to find out how you can install photoluminescent evacuation plans to identify the way out in both a light and dark emergency. With JALITE evacuation plans you can rest assured that - When the lights go out, ours go on™.
There are 15,400 high rise fires each year in the US according to NFPA. What anyone who lives or works in a high rise must know is that the most important thing to do during a fire is to get out as soon as possible. Especially in a High Rise because of the longer egress times. That may seem obvious, but did you know that less than 50% of the survivors surveyed after the Sept. 11th attacks on the WTC reported that they evacuated immediately? For more information on the behavior of the survivors during their evacuation of the World Trade Center Towers, read the report by Guylene Proulx. In this report she mentions the use of photoluminescent markings which proved helpful in the evacuation: "Four survivors reported seeing photoluminescent stripes on the stairs, railings and stairwell doors – an improvement the Port Authority made following the 1993 bombing. As one survivor stated, “All you had to do was follow those yellow-green stripes. They were wonderful. The stripes were especially valuable when the emergency stairs stopped and people had to travel horizontally through mechanical equipment spaces that had many doors” (Masetti, 2001)." Whether it’s a traditional low rise building or a skyscraper, whether occupant leave immediately or wait, it is imperative that they be able to see their way out. Jalite photoluminescent egress signs will light the way out for any building. Contact us to find a distributor near you.
JALITE IMO Signs are produced to meet and exceed the requirements for onboard signing according to SOLAS regulations. JALITE participates in the key National and International Standards and Technical Committees to set standards for safety signs in all applications of fire and safety and health at work. Please see the JALITE dedicated web sites for IMO Signs and Fire Control Symbol signs at www.jalite-marine.com and www.jalitemarine.com
JALITE Photoluminescent Safety Signs are safety signs which are produced using phosphorescent material that absorb light energy under normal lighting conditions and will then release this stored energy in the form of light over time. If the lighting is lost or obscured during a power failure or an emergency, JALITE Photoluminescent Safety Signs will remain conspicuous and visible to evacuees and emergency services providing essential safety information and instruction. The brightness of the signs on power loss and length of time over which the safety signs remain visible depends on the amount of light illuminating the sign prior to the emergency and the performance classification of the material chosen. JALITE has led the way in performance standards for photoluminescent safety signs and related safety way guidance products for well over 30 years. The photoluminescent safety signs using JALITE AAA and JALITE SB quality are of course the best in their Class! These products show exceptional brightness and longevity while being quick charging even at low light levels. For more information or a catalogue please browse the website or use the "Search function on JALITE" with words or questions for related material. A direct enquiry e-mail to email@example.com will receive our immediate attention.
The definition in ISO 3864-1 Fire fighting equipment is far narrower than the definition required by fire safety management. This covers all the 5 types of safety signs as well as fire safety notices needed to fulfill functions within the fire safety management strategy. All JALITE fire safety signs and fire fighting equipment identification signs fully support the fire safety management strategy and are unquestionably justified by formal, obligatory fire risk assessment.
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Jalite is active in over 109 countries
In the 35 year history of JALITE, products have been developed and supplied to over 100 countries in the world and often with safety messages in the local language or with dual language, with the International Safety language English. It has been a JALITE tradition to fully comply with National and International Standards for the design of our products. Now, with JALITE presence on three continents and Authorised Distribtors world wide we can be considered local throughout the world. Interested to Distribute JALITE products in your area of safety or your district and country? Just send us a mail and contact us now with an introduction.