Emergency Lighting

Emergency Lighting

1 June 2010

Emergency lighting systems are normally required to operate fully automatically in the event of a power failure.  Their main function is to illuminate escape routes and fire exit signs and to enable people to evacuate a building safely when the power supply to the normal lighting fails. The following article describes the different types of […]

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Building Regs Part B Fire Safety

15 November 2009

Building Regs  Part B         Fire Safety   Reference to: Building Regs Part B Smoke & heat detectors, wiring & positioning of,  OSG 7.5.2 Emergency Lighting         Also BS7671 Regulation 527 refers to: The Selection and Erection of Wiring Systems to Mimimize the Spread of Fire.     The provision of Fire detection […]

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