|Approximate Duration||1 day|
|Starting On||6th November 2019|
Over view of the regulations and standards Code of practice for the emergency escape lighting of premises (in-house)
This standard gives detailed guidance on the application and practice of emergency lighting. The standard’s recommendations have been drawn up to encourage uniformity of application,based on providing adequate safety to people in the event that normal lighting is interrupted.
The standard aims to promote a wider understanding of the different types of emergency lighting system that can be used and give guidance on how different systems can be correctly applied to different categories of premises with varied requirements.
The standard has been written for twoaudiences.
The standard also applies to:
This part of BS 5266 givesrecommendations and guidance on the factors that need to be considered in thedesign, installation and wiring of electrical emergency escape lighting systemsto provide the lighting performance needed for safe movement of people in theevent of the supply to normal lighting failing.
It also gives recommendations forlighting in areas with fixed seating.
How has the standard changed sincethe 2011 version was published?
This revision aligns with theEuropean emergency lighting luminous requirement specification standard, BS EN1838:2013, and extends the scope of the existing standard by:
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