Employees and regular visitors
In certain circumstances, staff or regular visitors may require tailored individual plans in order to navigate a building efficiently and safely.
Unknown or uncontrolled visitors
If visitors don't formally enter a building or pass a reception point, such as in libraries, theatres and shopping centres. For these instances the training of staff is vital.
Standard plans for occasional visitors
For visitors who are unfamiliar with the building and are unlikely to visit often, standard escape routes should be adopted by organisations.
Note: the following is a guidance taken from the UK governments Fire Safety risk assessment supplementary guide: Means of Escape for Disabled People, 2007. PEEPs focus on three types of building user: Employees and regular visitors, standard plans for occasional visitors and unknown or uncontrolled visitors.