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Emergency Lighting

 

Emergency lighting is an important safety consideration for modern day living. Office and industrial buildings, or specialised service buildings such as hospitals and care homes, all need to be equipped with lighting features that ensure safety in the event of emergencies, such as well-lit exits and fire escapes.
 
At Secure Systems we are able to offer a complete range of emergency lighting installations, from a single unit with a test switch to a multi-faceted system offering maintained or unmaintained units, all compliant with local fire brigade and local council requirements.

Do we need emergency lighting?

YES. This is a primary life safety system which is required to assist the occupants of any premises to evacuate in the event of an emergency. Emergency Lighting can and does save lives. It should be remembered that if artificial lighting is installed in the work place, then Emergency Lighting is a mandatory requirement.

Why do we need emergency lighting?

The installation of a minimum level of emergency lighting is a legal requirement following assessment of both fire risk and means of escape.

According to The Fire Precaution (workplace) regulations 1997:
 
Compliance with other standards such as BS5266. Part 7, 1998 and The Health and Safety (Safety Signs and Signals) 1996 etc will also be required.

Testimonial

We have used Secure Systems for several years and are happy to recommend them as a professional, experienced and dedicated company. We like their ability to act quickly in responding to our clients' needs, which is very important to us as a fast track fit-out contractor.
Office Principles
Cyril Parsons, Partner

Testimonial

We first used Secure Systems in 2006 to upgrade the electrical and security systems in our new offices. They listened to our needs, provided practical advice and then completed the work to the highest standards, on time and on budget. Since then, they have continued to provide us with the very highest levels of service.
Slicethepie Ltd
Steve Cox, Operations Manager