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Aire Valley Electrical Services engineers are experienced in the design, installation and commissioning of all types of fire alarm systems BS5839. Our engineers are experts in fault finding and repairs to all fire alarm systems. Our staff can quickly diagnose problems keeping costs down. Repairs are immediately carried out to your instruction keeping your building safe and your fire alarm system in working order just as it was designed to do. Aire Valley Electrical Services can design and install emergency lighting for the safe movement of all occupants within your building (the emergency lighting code of practice for emergency lights in premises BS5266).
We ensure the Emergency Lighting that is put into place will work systematically allowing a safe evacuation to take place. Emergency Lighting Installation is a legal requirement in many workplaces and residential areas, and therefore must be correctly installed and maintained. At Veresec we make sure that your business or premises is complying with all safety requirements. In order for your business or place of work to pass a fire safety inspection, your Emergency Lighting must be installed by a professional.
The requirement for emergency lighting is contained in The Building Regulations 2000, which lay down where emrgency lighting must be provided and covers both public buildings (such as schools, hospitals and nursing homes), as well as all places of work. The regulations require that systems comply with BS 5266-1(1999), the code of practice for emergency lighting. Staff at MAW Electrical can provide a free survey of your premises and advise on any deficiencies in premises with existing systems, or what is needed for new sites.
We offer commercial customers a broad range of electrical services. These include surface, suspended and recessed LED lighting, up and down lighting, display lighting, track, spot land exterior lighting, in addition to all types of cable management systems (dado, skirting trunking etc), control systems, access systems, fire alarms and emergency lighting. Having successfully completed a large number of commercial electrical installations throughout Nottinghamshire, we are able to offer a complete service "in house", without the need for subcontractors.
Emergency lighting makes a crucial difference to the safety of everyone in the workplace. It is also a mandatory requirement for all commercial and industrial buildings. Employers have a duty of care to consider the safety of all employees and visitors to their premises in an emergency, ensuring their exit is well-lit and easy to navigate. AC Electrical Services has been providing emergency lighting for organisations in the public and private sector for more than two decades. We will visit your premises to determine what is needed to make them safe in an emergency.
Emergency lighting provides illumination for the safety of people leaving a location, or attempting to terminate a potentially dangerous process before leaving, in the event of a failure of the power supply to the normal lighting provision. Emergency Lighting is part of the fire safety provision of a building and a requirement of The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005. JB-EYE can survey your premises and use our expertise to advise on your minimum regulatory requirements as well as discussing further protection that you may require.
Systems from RES Ltd provide solutions from the most basic manual system through to large scale Addressable Networks all with the single aim of protecting what matters to you most. All systems can be taken from the design stage right through to completion and handover fully tailored to your exact specification. Systems to protect comms suites, clean rooms or rooms where extinguishing gases are required can all be catered for. All our detectors are supplied by Apollo. Testing, design and installation of Emergency lighting systems from residential HMO properties to Industrial explosive environments RES Ltd have the knowledge to ensure that your system is compliant and will operate when you need it.
Emergency lighting can save lives by allowing people to find a safe way out of a building when lighting has failed, such as in the event of a fire or a power cut. There are many different types of emergency lighting available to suit a variety of premises, so we can ensure the emergency lighting installed at your premises is the most suitable to make your building safe. For some sites we also do the monthly functional test to check that the luminaire is working.
We offer a vast range of lighting and emergency lighting solutions for domestic, commercial and industrial premises, which meet the latest energy saving requirements, including removing inefficient fluorescent or incandescent lighting and replacing it with LED lighting save up to 40% energy consumption. We are highly experienced in creating unique lighting environments for all manner of projects, whether they are domestic, commercial or industrial. Being an NIC approved domestic installer and contractor our team has the professional experience and training to install a variety of lighting platforms.
Ubitec Electrical in Kings Norton, Birmingham, knows that emergency lighting is a crucial element to a business or public premises. It is used in situations when the main power supply fails, leading to sudden darkness and a possible danger to the people in the building. We can provide recommendations, designs, installations, and maintenance services in this area, as it is imperative to get right in the event of a power failure for the safety of occupants in the building. Emergency lighting consists of one or more high-powered LED lights or incandescent bulbs and all have a reflector to focus and accentuate the light.
An emergency lighting system is a legal requirement for every employer or businessthat encounters the general public as well as being required for HMO properties. AtKGESTC Ltd, we are able to design, supply, install, test and commission emergencylighting complying with the current British Standards. The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order (RRFSO) 2005, which came into force inOctober 2006, charges the responsible person in control of non-domestic premises andthe common areas of a House in Multiple Occupancy (HMO) with the safety of everyonein the building, whether working, visiting or living there.
The primary reason for installing an emergency lighting system is to enable occupiers to exit a property safely in the event of a mains power cut that could potentially leave the occupiers in near or total darkness. We install and maintain emergency lighting systems to comply with British standards BS 5266-1:2011. Emergency lighting systems need to meet the latest fire safety legislation in a way that is visually acceptable and meets the user's needs for ease of operation and maintenance. We have the knowledge and expertise to answer any questions you may have and provide you with a full design, installation and maintenance service ensuring all the relevant legal requirements for emergency lighting are covered correctly.
As we know LED lighting is taking over the world but the benfits for emergency lighting go far past jus an energy saving. LED lighting has a low heat output which means a reduction in Air Conditioning. The average LED light will last 50,000 hours which is much longer than a conventional Emergency Light. They create less waste and boast more easily recycled components and give a huge costing saving over a long period of time.
We are NICEIC approved electrical engineers, providing design, installation and maintenance services to commercial and domestic customers. We also do onsite assessments and certification for fire fighting equipments, signs and emergency lights. We are experienced in installing and maintaining CCTV systems. We can provide maintenance and installation services for broadband internet based CCTV systems. We install and maintain CAT5, CAT6 and fiber-optic networks which are capable of voice and data transfer for our corporate customers.
Emergency lighting is designed to deal with the provision of lighting in the event of an emergency situation when the main power supply is lost and normal illumination fails which could result in potential danger to the premises occupants. Emergency lighting is normally required to operate fully automatically and provide sufficient high level of illumination to enable all occupants to evacuate the premises safely. The British Standard provides the emergency lighting designer with clear guidelines to work to.