In accordance with the requirements of BS5266, emergency lighting systems should be periodically tested and inspected to ensure that all luminaires function for design lighting levels, duration and are positioned (including signage) correctly for use in “power-loss situations”.
Our electricians will test the existing emergency lighting in your premises, and can advise on and supply BS5266 compliant emergency lighting products and services.
Why do I need it?
In the event of fire, it is essential that the safest and quickest routes to the exit are displayed. Our electricians can help you to position your signs correctly and ensure that they work on battery power in an emergency situation. Lighting legislation BS EN 50172 says that emergency lighting systems must get inspected and tested on a structured and regular basis to ensure compliance. As well as guidance from the The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005.
Who does it apply to?
General Installations, Buildings Open to the Public & Special Installations and Michael Wood Electrical can deliver this service through:
We employ fully trained engineers.
We ensure that we work to the latest standards.
Full range of emergency lighting and signs available.
All signs comply with ‘Signs and Signals regulation’.
From your initial consultation right through to installing the lighting, we will be on hand to answer your questions and offer advice. Moreover, we also provide annual maintenance and servicing packages, and for your peace of mind, we will arrange to visit your property on a yearly basis to test the lighting systems.