Emergency Lighting Company in High Wycombe.

Test Reports and Inspections for emergency lighting are carried out in Shops, Day Centres, Care Homes, Offices, Retail Centres and other places where there is a risk due to lighting failure. Emergency lighting also installed in Homes where the elderly and the infirm are at risk. 

Telephone: 01494 535 904. Email: admin@litecorelectrical.co.uk. Circuit breaker tripping?, fuse blowing ? – Telephone 07943 179 505 for an Emergency Electrician.

LiteCor is an Electrical Contractor, a registered NICEIC Approved Contractor and a Domestic Installer for work to part P of the Building Regulations. LiteCor is also an Emergency Lighting Company based in High Wycombe HP13, for Bucks and Berks. 

 

Emergency Lighting Installations, Inspections and Test Reports are carried out for Property Managers and Private Landlords, in Homes, Offices, Shops, H.M.O.’s, Factories, Warehouses and other Commercial/Industrial premises. Use the easy contact-us form for all enquiries, a reply will be sent to your email address within a very short period.

 

Click on this link to Firesave.orgEmergency Lighting information.

 

Telephone 07943 179 505 for an emergency electrician in High Wycombe, or to get a quote from an electrician to work in your property from an NICEIC registered, electrical contractor. LiteCor Electrical has Public Liability Insurance and Professional Indemnity Insurance, (the latter is needed for those issuing Electrical Inspection Reports, and for Portable Appliance Testing).

 

When is Emergency Lighting necessary? This is required in all premises where people are employed, and the public are at risk in cases of electrical power failure, it also requires Periodic Testing and Certification. Other properties such as care homes and houses of multiple occupancy (HMO’s)., where there is a danger for occupants upon electrical power failure, also require to have emergency lighting installed. Partially sighted, aged and handicapped persons, should also have emergency lighting installed in their living accommodation. Telephone 07943 179 505 for an emergency electrician in High Wycombe.

 

Legal Responsibilities. All Employers, Landlords or Occupiers have a duty under the Fire Precaution (Workplace) Regulations 1999, to carry out a risk assessment to ensure that their premises and activities, are able to facilitate safe escape in the event of an emergency.

 

Compliance with the Fire Precaution (Workplace) Regulations 1997. The Emergency Lighting British Standard BS5266 defines the requirements for the correct installation of Emergency Lighting. Compliance with this standard will ensure that your premises, meet the requirements of the Fire Precaution (Workplace) Regulations.

 

Continued Compliance with BS5266 (Emergency Lighting Regulations) will ensure that you meet your statutory requirements, but only if the system is fully functioning. BS5266 part-1 further sets out the requirements for continued user checks and routine inspection & tests. BS5266 requires that inspection & tests be carried out Daily, Monthly, Six-Monthly and Three Yearly with a Subsequent Annual Test. All check frequencies have specific requirements. Inspection and Tests should be recorded where necessary in the Emergency Lighting Log Book.

 

The inspection & testing of emergency lighting,  is necessary to ensure the legal safety requirements of BS5266 are met. Telephone 07943 179 505 for an emergency electrician in High Wycombe or to get a quote from an electrician to work in your property from an NICEIC registered, electrical contractor.

 

Maintenance contracts with log books, are also offered for the Periodic Testing and Inspection of Emergency Lighting.

 

Use the easy contact-us form for all enquiries, a reply will be sent to your email address within a very short period.


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