Improve workplace emergency preparedness with Escape Route Markings.
It is extremely important that escape routes are marked both clearly and safely with route markers.
This is especially important when working in high-risk environments in the offshore, industrial and maritime sectors.
Signage and guidance
Proper signage and guidance is vital in emergency situations! Firstly, you need signage on walls. Secondly, you require clear directional markings on walkways.
Real Safe Escape is the award-winning solution for effective marking of Escape Routes – with clear guidance of directions to Muster points.
Following specific feedback from the offshore industry, we developed Real Safe Escape with one of our largest customers Maersk Oil (now TotalEnergies). It replaces the very costly and unsafe practice of painting escape routes onto gratings and walkways.
Our solution cuts costs and enhances safety at the same time. Furthermore, it is now included in Technical Standards as the defined method for marking escape routes.
Read our case study here from our work on the Tyra Development.
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Award winning solution
Improves off-shore safety
Real Safety Solutions
We have developed Safe Escape Route Marker profile, which is supplied with or without directional arrows. In addition to being very visible, our safety markers are also permanently slip-safe. Benefits include:
- Yellow, Green or any RAL colour of choice
- Installation can be done from the topside of the grating by using our unique assembly set in 316SS
- All year-round installation – with a simple installation guide
- No maintenance needed
- Cuts costs by almost 70%
- Enhances safety due to its clear visible escape directions and anti-slip features.
In 2017 our Real Safe Escape route markers won an award for being the most innovative safety solution for the offshore industry.
Case study: Tyra redevelopment
The Tyra field is the largest natural-gas condensate field in the Danish North Sea.
We were contacted by TotalEnergies because they sought a new and innovative solution for marking Escape Routes on their assets in the North Sea for the Tyra redevelopment.