Ensure Fire Safety: Install and maintain Emergency Lighting and Fire Safety Signage.

Should a fire break out at your business or property, the first priority is safe evacuation of staff, visitors, customers and residents.Emergency lighting and signage are essential to enable personnel to safely find their way out of a building.


Emergency Lighting:

Suitably emergency lighting should be installed to illuminate escape routes, exit doors and any safety equipment (fire extinguishers, fire alarm panels, first aid boxes etc), during a mains lighting failure.

Following a free site survey, we will offer advice on the specific requirements for your business in line with the recommendations contained in BS5266 Pt1.

Emergency lighting can take several different forms:

Self contained units:
Individual units with self contained battery packs that are mains charged. Power failure to the local lighting circuit will illuminate the unit via the batteries. The cost effective option for small buildings or businesses.

Emergency conversions:
Converter units containing battery packs that are mains charged and are connected to the existing mains powered lighting on escape routes. Power failure to the light will switch the unit from mains power to the battery back-up pack, illuminating the escape route. Ideal where keeping the décor or the aesthetics of a building is important.

Centrally supplied or slave systems:
A system where emergency lights in a building are powered by a central battery unit or generator. Failure of the power supply to the building or any local circuits linked via relays, will operate the battery or generator unit to illuminate the escape routes. A specialised option, for larger buildings such as hospitals, large hotels or schools.

We design, install and maintain the full range of emergency lighting choices:

We offer a free, no obligation site survey, where our knowledge of current legislation and the recommendations contained in BS5266 Pt1 (which forms the basis of all recognised emergency lighting installations), means that our advice will offer you the type of system best suited to your needs and budget.

Our engineers are City & Guilds qualified electricians and trained to Fire Industry Association techniques and standards in line with the recommendations contained in BS5266 Pt1. We pride ourselves that our installations are carried out to the highest standards. We liaise closely with our clients to enable us to gather the information needed to cause the least disruption possible to the running of your business.

Maintenance/periodic servicing:
Our engineers are trained to carry out emergency lighting services in line with BS5266 pt1 recommendations. We believe our pricing is very competitive and if carried out in conjunction with the servicing of other fire safety equipment (extinguishers and/or fire alarms), is very cost effective. Our engineers carry spare lamps, batteries and lights, which, with the customers approval, we will replace where required during the service (negating the need for costly re-visits).

Fire safety signage:

Fire signage will, in some shape or form, be required in every commercial building. Signage initially should be provided to identify preventative fire safety measures (no smoking, fire door keep shut, fire escape keep clear etc). Should a fire break out; signage should be present to enable the safe evacuation of the building. Directional escape route signage should be installed to point the way along exit routes and identify exit doors and assembly points. We supply and install signage in line with the recommendations contained in BS5499 Pt4


Call 0800 999 4446 for a free site survey.