Emergency lighting is designed to provide sufficient illumination in the event of a mains power failure. As well as highlighting the fire exits of a building, correctly located emergency lighting provides essential illumination throughout the escape route including steps and stairways, changes in direction and fire and first aid points. It is a requirement under the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 for business owners to make sure that the escape routes from their premises have suitable illumination to allow for escape in the event of a power failure.
External escape routes should also be illuminated, especially where they pass through areas with limited ambient light such as the back and sides of buildings.
As a business owner or landlord you can benefit from our experience in emergency lighting to achieve compliance. Existing emergency lighting should be serviced on an annual basis by a competent engineer.
Our trained engineers are able to install and maintain emergency lighting in accordance with BS 5266. Servicing can often be carried out at the same time as the service of the fire alarm system, saving the customer the cost of two separate service visits.
Further information on service packages to include fire alarm and emergency lighting can be obtained by contacting the office on 01983 407155 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org