How to Get Your Building Emergency Lighting Compliant
Emergency Lighting is required in all public premises and in order for buildings to comply with the building regulations, the emergency lighting must comply with IS3217 :2013 + A1 :2017 .
All new systems are to be designed , installed and commissioned to this standard along with the maintaining of existing systems.
Which Emergency Lighting Standard Should Existing Premises be Compliant With?
The answer is the relevant standard at the time when the fire certificate was issued. While emergency lighting is not rocket science we suggest you engage with a specialist to gauge where you are starting with a lighting survey.
How Do I Know if I Am Compliant with any Emergency Lighting Standard?
Through records on site, if any, we can quickly identify the level of emergency lighting that is existing and if any additions are required. The important thing to remember is to carry out preventative maintenance to avoid future high costs and also ensure you are engaging with an emergency lighting specialist company that is competent in emergency lighting design to a minimum of FETAC Level 6.
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