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Emergency Lighting

Here at YOUR Office we pride ourselves on being able to ensure you provide a safe environment for all your staff and/or visitors.
That is why we offer comprehensive Emergency Light testing to enable you to do just that.

We offer:

  • ‘Out of Hours’ testing (to fit in with your timetable)
  • We are able to provide NEW Emergency Lighting ‘Isolation Keys’ if required
  • We can create a Log Book if you don’t have one on site

Plus there’s the additional bonus of not having to remember when your testing is due in the future as we will remind you in plenty of time.

Remove the hassle and worry of workplace safety by allowing us to take care of YOUR business.

For much more information about Emergency Lighting in general, we have put together some FAQs – these help answer many of the “Who, What, When, Where and How” questions you may have, particularly around the Law.

Don’t forget that we are always delighted to hear from you, so if you have any further questions or if you would like YOUR Office UK to give you a bespoke quote for our Emergency Lighting services then please get in touch.

Emergency Lighting FAQs

What is Emergency Lighting?

Emergency Lighting is a general term to describe two sub-categories of lighting system that will switch on automatically when a building experiences a power outage. It provides illumination and directions in order for any occupants to exit safely.

What types of Emergency Lighting are there?

There are two types of Emergency Lighting systems: Maintained – This is where the luminaires remain on all the time and Non-maintained – This is where the luminaires will only kick in if the normal lighting fails.

When does my Emergency Lighting need to be tested?

Emergency lighting systems are to be tested on a monthly basis. The test is a short test in accordance with BS 5266-1: 2011:

“The period of simulated failure should be sufficient for the purpose of this test whilst minimising damage to the system components e.g. lamps. During this period, all luminaires and signs shall be checked to ensure that they are present, clean and functioning correctly. A record of the test must be recorded in the emergency lighting log book.”

Testing for the rated duration of the emergency lights must be carried out on an annual basis. The emergency light luminaires must still be illuminated at the end of this test.

What happens next?

Results of the test are to be recorded (If you do not have a Log Book we can create one for you) and if failures are detected they must be remedied as soon as is reasonably possible. Once we have completed the tests and Log Book a quotation for any required work will be issued to you.