A Guide to Emergency Lighting (Paperback)Chris Watts (author)
Paperback Published: 18/05/2006
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This work talks about the emergency lighting systems. Planned new fire safety legislation will place considerable responsibility on all those involved in designing, installing and manufacturing emergency lighting systems, to meet fire safety risk assessments. Users and their supporting engineers need appropriate knowledge of the legislation, relevant standards and product practices to ensure that requirements are correctly implemented. They will also have to complete documentation to be able to demonstrate their systems comply with the new requirements. "A Guide to Emergency Lighting" aids users and design, installation and maintenance engineers in providing appropriate emergency lighting systems to assist occupants to leave premises safely and comply with this new legislation. It covers all aspects of the selection, design, installation, maintenance and testing of battery powered emergency lighting systems to meet legislation. This publication will be of wide ranging appeal to all those involved in this subject including, facilities managers; installation engineers; suppliers; system designers; system users; electrical contractors; engineers involved in maintenance of emergency lighting systems; installers; building control inspectors; fire protection companies; architects; local authorities; fire authorities; specifiers; and consultants.
Publisher: BSI Standards
Dimensions: 234 x 156 mm
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