Emergency lighting is lighting that is designed to illuminate when there is a mains supply failure (power cut). It is a fail-safe measure that ensures continued on-site safety and protect the occupants of a building.
Under the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005, businesses must install emergency lighting in their premises by law.
Emergency lighting illuminates the areas that lead occupants to the nearest fire exit. During an outage, if the lights are in a full working capacity, they should remain on for between one and three hours to ensure that all occupants of the building can safely make their way to the exit and attending emergency services can access the building safely if required to do so.
What can we offer you
Abbey Fire UK Ltd has trained engineers who specialize in design, installation, servicing and maintenance of emergency lighting. All work carried out is to the British standard BS5266-1.
We have engineers nationwide so we are always available to assist with any faults or issues that arise.
Abbey Fire provide the following services:
- Site Design
- Installation of emergency lighting system
- Six monthly/Annual discharge tests (3 hours)