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The steward telephone is designed for sports venues and stadia.
According to BS5839-9:2011, in a sports venue (or similar site) no-one should have to travel more than 30m to reach the nearest outstation. A steward telephone is referred to as a Type A outstation in BS5839-9:2011.
This style of outstation is typically used by stewards during an emergency. It provides a method of clear communication between stewards in different areas, enabling up-to-date information on a situation to be conveyed.
To comply with BS5839-9:2011, the centre point of an emergency telephone should be mounted between 1300-1400mm from floor level.
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