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Ensuring Saftey and Security:
The Vital Role of Emergency Lighting in buildings

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When it comes to the safety and security of occupants in any building, emergency lighting plays a crucial role. In critical situations such as power outages, fires, or other emergencies, having a reliable emergency lighting system can make all the difference.

Smart Emergency Lighting Options

Standalone

Wall mounted display screen to manage and record emergency lighting testing.

wireless

Use zigbee, bluetooth, thread or DALI+ technology to manage your emergency lighting system.

wired

DALI 2 technology is utilised to schedule, report and monitor emergency lighting to a granular level. 

Software

We have various software options to ensure your building is compliant and the emergency lighting system is healthy.

Function and duration tests are fully automated, greatly reducing time and labour costs.

For advice on a new emergency lighting system or support for an existing system please get in touch

The Importance and Function of Emergency Lighting in Commercial Buildings

From guiding occupants to safety during emergencies to complying with legal requirements, emergency lighting is an indispensable component of building safety. It provides crucial visibility, aids in swift evacuations, and supports emergency responders. By recognising the significance of emergency lighting and investing in reliable systems, building owners and facility managers can prioritise the safety and well-being of their occupants, creating secure environments for all

Guiding the Way
to Safety:

During an emergency, panic and confusion can easily set in. Emergency lighting acts as a beacon of light, guiding occupants towards the nearest exits, stairwells, and emergency escape routes. It helps maintain a clear and safe path, reducing the risk of accidents and ensuring a swift evacuation.

Preventing Disorientation
and Panic:

In a sudden loss of power, darkness can cause disorientation and panic among occupants, leading to accidents and delays in evacuation. Emergency lighting provides immediate illumination, preventing panic and allowing individuals to navigate the space confidently.

Supporting the Vulnerable:

Emergency lighting is especially critical for individuals with mobility challenges, visual impairments, or other disabilities. It provides them with the necessary visibility and guidance to evacuate safely, ensuring inclusivity and equal access to emergency exits.

In certain buildings, such as hospitals, data centers, or manufacturing facilities, the continuity of critical operations is paramount. Emergency lighting ensures that essential tasks can be carried out without interruption during power outages or emergencies, minimizing the risk of damage, loss, or compromised productivity.

Continuity of Critical Operations:

In the event of a fire, emergency lighting plays a crucial role in aiding firefighters and emergency responders. It helps them navigate through the building, locate fire extinguishers, fire alarm panels, and other safety equipment quickly. Moreover, emergency lighting assists in identifying potential hazards and ensuring a safer and more effective emergency response.

Enhancing Fire Safety:

Compliance with Safety
Regulations:

Emergency lighting is not just a matter of convenience but also a legal requirement in most jurisdictions. Building codes and safety regulations mandate the installation of emergency lighting systems to ensure the safety of occupants. Compliance with these regulations is not only essential for the well-being of individuals but also for the avoidance of legal consequences.

Emergency Lighting - Compliance

The consequences of not complying with the law range from fines of £100,000s to businesses being forcibly closed and prison sentences.
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