Emergency Lighting FAQ

Emergency Lighting Frequently Asked Questions

  • What is Emergency Lighting and why is it important?

    Emergency Lighting is a backup lighting system that provides illumination in case of power outage. It is important for ensuring the safety of people in buildings and allowing them to evacuate safely in case of an emergency.

  • How long should Emergency Lighting last?

    Emergency Lighting should provide illumination for a minimum of 1 hour after a power failure.

  • What are the regulations for Emergency Lighting?

    The regulations for Emergency Lighting are regulated by building and fire codes. In the UK, the regulations are set by the BS 5266 standards.

  • How often should Emergency Lighting be tested?

    Emergency Lighting should be tested regularly to ensure that it is working correctly. In the UK, it is recommended to test Emergency Lighting once a month and to perform a full duration test annually.

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