Alternative Designs for Exit Signage Survey
The Fire Safety Engineering Group of the University of Greenwich would like to thank you in advance for assisting us with this important study. Your participation in this study will contribute to improving our understanding of how people interpret exit signs within buildings and hence improve building safety measures and design.
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- The questionnaire consists of two parts: six questions relating to personal demographics/background and five questions relating to signage interpretation.
- The entire process should take about 5 to 10 minutes of your time.
- Your answers to the questionnaire will be stored and analysed by us.
- We will keep the data for research purposes and some of the analysed data may be published and shown in public fora. However, we are not collecting or storing any information identifying you and so your anonymity is assured.
Right to withdraw
- The survey involves a few simple questions which should present no difficulties to you.
- However, if at any time you wish to withdraw, you can click on “Exit and clear survey” on the top right of the webpage and no data will be collected.
|If you have any difficulties concerning completing this questionnaire please contact:||For all other queries or comments please contact:|
|Dr Hui Xie (Research Fellow)||Prof. Edwin Galea (FSEG Director)|
|Fire Safety Engineering Group||Fire Safety Engineering Group|
|University of Greenwich||University of Greenwich|
|Greenwich, London SE10 9LS||Greenwich, London SE10 9LS|
|Tel: +44 (0) 208 331 8404||Tel: +44 (0) 208 331 8730|
|Email: H.Xie@gre.ac.uk||Email: E.R.Galea@gre.ac.uk|
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