Emergency lighting is an essential component of fire escape and evacuation safety. Should normal lighting supplies fail due to a mains or circuit fault, emergency luminaires and LEDs provide an instant light source.
Emergency lighting is designed to help occupants see their way to safety in the event of a mains power failure. If the emergency lighting fails to function properly, lives could be put at risk and organisations held responsible. Maintaining a building’s emergency lighting system is a legal requirement under The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) 2005. The right emergency lighting system enables the safe, prompt and efficient evacuation of spaces and buildings. It also provides your staff with peace of mind in the event of any sudden loss of power. Monthly emergency lighting test are essential for workplace safety and ensures emergency lighting is functioning when you need them. As part of your fire safety maintenance, Chubb can conduct your monthly emergency lighting tests and ensure your systems are serviced to the correct standards. Chubb provides a range of solutions for internal and external areas, all of which should be tested monthly to check everything is functioning correctly and compliant with relevant British Standards. Our emergency lighting products include:
Providing illumination for safe movement along escape routes, corridor lighting is essential for a safe and effective evacuation in case of fire. Chubb’s range of corridor lighting products includes:
Open spaces present a challenge – corridor light fittings may not be adequate to deliver effective emergency illumination. Chubb provides bespoke solutions for emergency lighting in open areas, including:
Illuminated signs provide clear, unambiguous instruction that will lead people to a fire exit and place of safety.
At least one possible route to escape should be visible within every room on your premises – illuminated signs aid this visibility and should define the shortest distance from an evacuation point to an escape route.
If you’re unsure of the best approach to take for the fire safety and evacuation routes on your premises, Chubb can help. A building fire survey can identify opportunities for improving fire safety and assist you in finding a cost-effective solution that ensures you meet your requirements under fire safety legislation.
Chubb also provides ongoing maintenance and support for the fire safety solutions we deliver, including a 6 month emergency lighting test to ensure your evacuation routes remain in top working order.
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