Emergency Lighting – Maintenance
Emergency lighting is required to be tested at regular intervals. We will attend and advise you of a service routine that suits you and your building requirements. This can be annually or more frequently if required.
Emergency lighting can be ‘maintained’, i.e. on all the time, or ‘non-maintained’, i.e. normally off and only operates when the normal lighting fails. Emergency lights should operate for one, two or three hours, depending on the application but in practice most emergency lights are three hour. Emergency lights will also provide some use in the premises during a power failure other than in an emergency situation.
Whatever type of emergency lighting you already have in place, Fire Safety services provide maintenance plans to suit.
All our work complies to British Standards – BS5266.
As a contract customer we will provide you with a call-out service available 24-7, 365 days per year. All services performed are carried out in accordance with the relevant British Codes of Practice by fully trained and competent Technicians who are all CRB registered.
Need some help?
If you would like to find out more about our emergency lighting maintenance service 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 Maintenance Enquiry
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