The new office we moved into on the weekend, is what I would consider a "Death trap." To get in or out of the building you need a magnetic (RFID?) fob. The "emergency exit" button does not work, and you cannot leave the gated car-park without a fob.
Security works from 8:30 to 5:30 and we work til 7 pm, so if anyone is working late without a fob they cannot leave the office. Not all employees are given fobs, however.
My boss already knows this, but I will not stay in this office if I cannot leave safely. Does anyone know any legal precedent I can reference to have my boss address this issue more quickly? This office is in England.
Extra: there are 2 emergency exits I know of: One near the front door of the building, and one near where my office is. The one near my office is locked with a padlock and no one in the office owns a key. The other requires a fob.