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The introduction of BS 5266-1:2016, Emergency lighting. Code of practice for the emergency lighting of premises, has significant fundamental changes from its previous issue. Do you know what they are?
This revised edition of the standard considered current operational practice and has been extended to cover the use of emergency lighting in premises that are not evacuated immediately the normal lighting supply fails, as well as conventional emergency escape lighting.
If you have previously completed the Lighting Industry Academy’s ICEL Emergency Lighting course, we advise you sign up now to ensure your knowledge is up to date and your work is still compliant.
This new information is also important for emergency lighting engineers providing protection to ‘stay put’ installations.
Concentrating on the additional requirement for safety lighting which go beyond just providing illumination to escape a building in the event of a fire.
This concise update presented by the Key industry experts, also gives recommendations regarding the majority of users who will elect to remain in buildings during mains supply failures
Structured as a half day course it runs twice daily, space is limited so book now for:
28 November - Kings Langley
6 December - the Lighting Industry Academy - Telford
Costing £125+VAT for LIA Members and only £165+Vat for non-members.
Remember if you are interested or new to emergency lighting the Academy still offers its one day complete course on ICEL Emergency Lighting, comprising the fundamental aspects of BS 5266 parts 1, EN 1838 / 50171 and 50172, including the new changes.
More information can be found here