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Wayfinding Survey: Participant Information

This study is being conducted by the Fire Safety Engineering Group (FSEG) of the University of Greenwich. The study concerns human route preferences during wayfinding within building environments. Your participation in this study will contribute to improving our understanding of human route choices within buildings and hence improve building safety. For More information on this research please click the More Information Button.

THE QUESTIONNAIRE

YOUR ANSWERS:

RIGHT TO WITHDRAW:

The Questionnaire consists of three parts:

PART 1:

In the first part of the questionnaire you will be asked six demographic questions.

PART 2:

In the second part you will be asked to select a path leading to an exit in a hypothetical building. There are 5 questions in Part 2. You will also be asked to identify the main factors that influenced your path selection decisions.

PART 3:

In the third part of the questionnaire you will again be asked to select a path leading to an exit in a hypothetical building. There are 5 questions in Part 3. You will also be asked to rate the main factors that influenced your path selection decisions.

 Tick/Click on this box if you understand the above information and agree to take part in the questionnaire.


If you have any difficulties concerning completing this questionnaire please contact:

Anand Veeraswamy (PhD Student)

University of Greenwich,
Fire Safety Engineering Group,
Room 265, Queen Mary Building,
30 Park Row,
Greenwich, London SE10 9LS,
Tel: 0208 331 8404
Email: A.Veeraswamy@gre.ac.uk


For all other queries or comments please contact:


Prof Edwin Galea(FSEG Director)

University of Greenwich,
Fire Safety Engineering Group,
Room 355, Queen Mary Building,
30 Park Row,
Greenwich, London SE10 9LS,
Tel: 0208 331 8730
Email: E.R.Galea@gre.ac.uk