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Bennetts Website Design Gloucestershire

Areas Covered

Gloucester
Cheltenham
Tewkesbury
Worcester

01452 595 125



Stroud
Cirencester
Swindon
Bristol

In Association with I&D Electrical Services Ltd

In association with
walker Electrics Ltd

Flamefighter Ltd is a registered company in England Registered Number 7506842 VAT Number 108583311

Quality Emergency Lighting Gloucestershire

Flamefighter provide Emergency lighting throughout Gloucestershire and surrounding areas, with many years experience in this field we can provide you with fully compliant and comprehensive emergency lighting systems to suit your needs. With many companies in Gloucestershire unsure of whether they need emergency lighting it can be a confusing task to figure out what you may or may not need to be compliant with emergency lighting, so why not get in touch with us and we can provide a free no obligation survey for you.


We provide many types of emergency lighting for all needs and requirements, for more information on what we can offer you please feel free to get in touch with us.




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Why do I need Emergency Lighting?

What is Emergency Lighting?
Emergency lighting is lighting for an emergency situation when the main power supply is cut and any normal illumination fails. The loss of mains electricity could be the result of a fire or a power cut and the normal lighting supplies fail. This may lead to sudden darkness and a possible danger to the occupants, either through physical danger or panic.

Emergency lighting is normally required to operate fully automatically and give illumination of a sufficiently high level to enable all occupants to evacuate the premises safely. Most new buildings now have emergency lighting installed during construction; the design and type of equipment being specified by the architect in accordance with current Building Regulations and any local authority requirements.

The British Standard provides the emergency lighting designer with clear guidelines to work to. BS 5266-1: 2011 embraces residential hotels, clubs, hospitals, nursing homes, schools and colleges, licensed premises, offices, museums, shops, multi-storey dwellings, etc. Although this standard recommends the types and durations of emergency lighting systems relating to each category of premises, it should be remembered that the standards are the minimum safe standards for these types of building and that a higher standard may be required for a particular installation.