Emergency Light Testing

Emergency Light Testing

Emergency lighting is vital to the health and safety of your staff, as they act as a visual aid indicating where to go in the case of an emergency. Just like any other electrical device, your emergency lighting also needs to be tested for any damage or faults, and to make sure they meet the code of practice for emergency lighting (BS 5266-1).

It is essential that any emergency lighting fixtures are powered by an independent source from the rest of the lights in your property in case of a blackout. All emergency lights should be hooked up to a backup battery that is kept fully charged throughout a normal day, but in the event of a power outage, these batteries keep the emergency light on in order to aid evacuation.

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