Do you own a residential property that offers multiple dwellings such as rented accommodation? An office? Storage space or large non-residential building? Or maybe a commercial or public property? Did you know that emergency lighting is a legal requirement for these places?
Have a look around, could the building be exited safely in case of a total power loss situation?
Here at Pro Electrical we will work with you to ensure that all exit routes from your buildings are illuminated with battery, back-up lighting units that will help ensure all people inside the building are able to exit the building quickly and safely in case of an emergency situation, where every second really does count.
Not only can we install emergency lighting into your premises for you we can also offer regular maintenance and testing for previously installed emergency lighting so that they continue to operate effectively and will work if an emergency does arise.
Owners of buildings and employers are legally bound to ensure that emergency lighting systems are regularly inspected, tested and maintained to meet legal standards and legislations such as Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005, Building Regulations Approved Documents B 2002, The Fire Precautions (Workplace) Regulations 1997 along with British Standard 5226-1: 2005, British Standard 5226-7: 1999 and British Standard 5266-8: 2004.
Our electrical engineers here at Pro Electrical can design, install and maintain unique and bespoke Emergency Lighting systems for your premises in Surrey, East or West Sussex that will meet these legal standards and legislations.
Are you certain that the health, safety and welfare of the people in your premises are safe in case of emergency?
Why not call our friendly team to chat about how we can install, test or maintain your emergency lighting systems?
Customer in East Grinstead27 August 2013
Electrical work in new extension, power and lighting.
“Polite and efficient, knew what they were doing and happy to fit in a around our builder would highly recommend.”