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Emergency Lighting Certificate
Emergency lighting is most importantly used to help people escape from a building in the incident of fire or other emergencies. It can also be used to lighten up the safety equipment. Emergency lights are mandatory in offices, apartment blocks or any other buildings in which a loss of normal lighting would remarkably hinder escape. Every Building owner should have an emergency lighting certificate.
Single escape lighting units may be enough in small premises and these can sometimes be combined with exit or directional signs. In larger more multiplex premises a more comprehensive system of fixed automatic escape lighting is likely to be needed. This will be particularly right in premises with huge basements or where there are large numbers of staff members and public.
An emergency exit lighting system should usually cover the following:
- intersections of corridors
- escape routes
- each exit door
- on external escape routes
- stairways so that each flight receives adequate light
- changes in floor level
- fire-fighting equipment
- windowless rooms and toilet accommodation exceeding eight square meters
- outside each final exit
- emergency escape signs
- fire alarm call points
- equipment that would need to be shut down in an emergency
- areas in premises greater than 60 square meters
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Emergency Lighting Certificate [1-5 Points]
Emergency Lighting Certificate [6-10 Points]
Emergency Lighting Certificate [Per Points]
How you can get Emergency Lighting Installation Certificate?
Landlord Property Certificates can install new emergency lights and inspect regular emergency lighting testing. Testing includes, among other things, confirms that the lighting tubes shine on properly and that the backup battery lasts long enough to allow the building to be fully evacuated. If any problems are found during a test, our team will solve them and all problems will be written in a log book. Tests should be carried out once a month.
UK law may require you to provide emergency lighting certificate for your property.