At Spitfire Services, we can supply emergency lights, and install and commission them on your premises.
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Emergency lighting is used to light an area if power is lost. Your emergency lights must be regularly serviced and maintained to ensure that your emergency lighting operates at its optimum ability. We offer customised maintenance packages.
If you require any additional information Spitfire Services will arrange a no obligation free site survey and quotation.
Emergency lighting is an essential part of the health and safety provision of any building. Emergency lighting provides immediate secondary illumination when the power supply to the normal lighting fails and ensures that occupants can leave the premises safely. Most new buildings now have emergency lighting installed during construction; the design and type of equipment being specified by the architect in accordance with current Building Regulations and any local authority requirements.
Emergency lighting is normally required to operate fully automatically and give illumination of a sufficiently high level to enable all occupants to evacuate the premises safely. The minimum backup duration of emergency lighting as specified by regulations is generally between 1 and 3 hours. Spitfire Services specialises in the routine testing and maintenance of these lighting systems and carry out remedial repairs if needed.
We can attend your site and carry out a site survey of your requirements and then supply and install most types of emergency lighting, work to the latest British Standards.
If you require any additional information Spitfire Services will arrange a free no obligation site survey and quotation.
These regulations detail the design and construction characteristics of a Building. Approved Document B details the fire safety requirements for new Buildings and the major refurbishment of existing premises. Table 9 of this Document shows the locations that must be provided with emergency lighting. It now defines that in addition to escape routes, all open areas larger than 60m2 must be illuminated in the event of the failure of the normal lighting supply. It also clarifies that emergency lighting is needed for all parts of Schools that either do not have natural light or are used outside normal school hours. The regulations require that systems comply with BS 5266-1, the code Of practice for emergency lighting.
We install Emergency Lighting in accordance with the outlines stated in the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005. For more information, please contact us.