We install high quality Emergency Lighting systems in Rochdale, Manchester and surrounding areas

Emergency Lighting

 

 

Safely Identify exit routes...

Emergency lighting is a self-descriptive term, it is of course lighting for an emergency.

Emergency lighting is essential to safely identify the exit routes from a premises when required, whether it may be due to a fire or loss of the normal lighting supplies leading to sudden darkness and the resultant hazard to human life, either through physical danger or panic.

We ensure that the solution we install delivers the highest levels of safety and help to your employees during a loss of lighting.

Safely Identify exit routes...

Emergency lighting is a self-descriptive term, it is of course lighting for an emergency.

Emergency lighting is essential to safely identify the exit routes from a premises when required, whether it may be due to a fire or loss of the normal lighting supplies leading to sudden darkness and the resultant hazard to human life, either through physical danger or panic.

We ensure that the solution we install delivers the highest levels of safety and help to your employees during a loss of lighting.

Fire safety provision

Emergency lighting is normally required to operate automatically and provide sufficient illumination to enable persons of all ages to evacuate the premises safely.

Emergency lighting is part of the fire safety provision of a building and cannot be ignored

The legal requirement is that non-domestic buildings must be safe at all times, even if mains power failure occurs. Therefore, nearly all such buildings must have emergency lighting fitted.

Fire safety provision

Emergency lighting is normally required to operate automatically and provide sufficient illumination to enable persons of all ages to evacuate the premises safely.

Emergency lighting is part of the fire safety provision of a building and cannot be ignored

The legal requirement is that non-domestic buildings must be safe at all times, even if mains power failure occurs. Therefore, nearly all such buildings must have emergency lighting fitted.

 

 

Maintenance and testing of emergency lighting systems.

Government guidelines (Fire safety risk assessment) state that all emergency escape lighting systems should be regularly tested and properly maintained to an appropriate standard (BS 5266 – Code of practice for the emergency lighting of premises).

Failing to correctly maintain your emergency lighting systems could result in your emergency luminaries not functioning correctly when you rely on them the most.

We cover Littleborough, Rochdale, Oldham, Bury, Todmorden, Prestwich, Middleton, Manchester, Salford etc.

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Link Fire and Security Services
21 Whalley Avenue
Littleborough Lancs OL15 9HS

Email: info@linkfireandsecurity.co.uk Phone: 01706 390358