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In general if artificial lighting is installed within a premises, then a level of emergency lighting installed to BS 5266 will also be required to help people escape safely and quickly from a building. Emergency lighting should be installed on escape routes, in open areas used as escape routes, all open areas larger than 60sq.m and to show exit signs. There are many types and styles of emergency lighting available. AMC Fire and Security can provide expert advice to find the most cost effective solution for your premises while ensuring compliance with the latest standards. Emergency lighting should also be tested as recommended in BS 5266, it is a requirement to keep safety equipment in good and efficient working order. AMC Fire and Security can provide a test regime to ensure compliance with the standards.
Systems installed by AMC can include the following types of equipment.
- Self Contained Emergency Lighting (Maintained and Non Maintained)
- Conversion Packs
- Central Battery Systems