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The legal requirement, under The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005, is that non-domestic premises must be safe at all times, even if the power fails. This means that nearly all commercial buildings, shops, schools etc. will probably need to have emergency lighting.
Emergency lighting may be integral to the normal lighting that you use during the day, or it may appear in a standalone product such as a running man style light over a fire exit.
To facilitate testing, there should be isolator switches that interrupt the power supply to these lights to prove that they work on battery power. Key switches are commonly used, to prevent the emergency lights from being accidentally turned off.
Whatever your needs, the Spartek team can advise you of what needs to be done to keep your business compliant.
Whether you need help in deciding where to fit emergency lights, or you need to replace a broken or damaged fitting then we are here to help.
Our team can even help with testing and reporting on the condition of your emergency lighting.
We offer free quotations at industry leading prices and all of our work is guaranteed.