In an emergency situation, mains power supply can be interrupted through fire or power cut, plunging a building into darkness.
Navigating to the correct exit in a blackout can prove challenging, not to mention frightening – especially if smoke is filling a room.
Emergency lighting is a vital element in the health and safety provision of any non-domestic building. It's a secondary form of lighting that will trigger when the normal power supply fails, enabling safe evacuation.
This form of lighting is not an optional extra - it's a legal requirement under the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order of 2005.
Allsaved's emergency light installation services ensure full compliance with British Standard 5266.
Emergency Lighting Systems – What's the Process?
Following a fire safety audit, we would discuss with you the exact type of system required for your premises. Our experts would then:
As well as installing from scratch, we are of course happy to take over maintenance of an existing system. We'd always carry out a thorough inspection of the system first, and advise on any updates that may be required to ensure compliance with current regulations.
Safety During a Power Cut
Even in non-urgent situations, such as a power cut caused by failure in an electricity network, standby lighting can be highly beneficial, as it provides a safe level of lighting until full power is restored.
Cost Effective Solutions
Prices for emergency lighting installation start from just a few hundred pounds. Don't hesitate to get in touch to discuss how we can help keep your building safe.
Shane Clark, Electrical and Fire Alarm Engineer
I'm Shane, I'm an apprentice and enjoy helping the team on fire alarm and electrical installations and carrying out fire alarm servicing. Out of work I enjoy diving and I'm a keen kayaker.