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Emergency routes and exits must be provided with emergency lighting.

Emergency Lighting

The Legal Requirement

Where necessary to safeguard people, emergency routes and exits requiring artificial illumination must be provided with emergency lighting of adequate intensity in case the normal lighting fails (e.g. during a fire). Where there are defined escape routes, the relevant parts of BS5266 now require a luminance level of one lux on the centre of the escape route.

Nicholas James Fire Protection Engineers are fully qualified to design and carry out the installation of emergency lighting for your premises to BS 5266. Recent accreditations and qualification by BSI can insure that correct installation is carried out to the required standards.

Upon completion of the installation a certificate of Design & Commissioning will be issued along with a detailed Photo Risk Assessment of areas covered.

We supply a whole range of lighting systems from Convention to Self Managed and LED Technology.

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