Fire Safety Services’ emergency lighting addresses the latest building safety regulations.
Our services include:
The primary purpose of emergency lighting is to illuminate escape routes, but it is also used to illuminate signs and other safety equipment.
Emergency lighting operates automatically when a lighting circuit loses the mains power supply; it is, therefore, vital in aiding safe evacuation using escape routes.
Emergency lighting systems should conform to the recommendations in BS 5266.
For more information on Fire Safety Services’ range of emergency lighting services, please click through to the pages in this section.
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If you would like to find out more about emergency lighting and how Fire Safety Services can help you and your business, call our sales team on 08000 234114 or complete the form for a call back:
Emergency Lighting Enquiry
Survey, Design, Supply, Install & Commission
We survey, design, supply, install & commission for a range of self-test & high efficiency luminaries in both functional and decorative versions and central battery powered systems.
Emergency Lighting Maintenance
We have a choice of reliable emergency lighting maintenance contracts available to keep you legally compliant. We have call-out services available 24-7, 365 days.
Fire Safety Signs
We supply & install fire safety signs covering emergency escape routes, location & identification of fire fighting equipment, fire action instructions & other important signs expressing prohibition.
Fire Safety Services is committed to protecting and enhancing local and global environments and to ensure that its operations are carried out in a sustainable way.
We supply a comprehensive range of fully conforming ancillary fire protection equipment vital for people’s safety in emergency situations.
More about Emergency Lighting on our blog
Our blog is designed to give you a greater understanding about fire safety and how our services can help you. All of our blog posts are written by members of our team who have vast experience in specific aspects of fire safety, so you can be sure that the information you are reading comes from a qualified source.
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