Emergency Lighting

Whatever the type of property, be it an office, block of flats, a warehouse or even a private home, if the worst should happen and you need to evacuate, emergency lighting systems are designed to point you in the right direction and illuminate your route to safety.


What is Emergency Lighting?

Emergency lighting is lighting that comes on when the power supply to the normal lighting provision fails. It is normally required to operate fully automatically and give illumination of a sufficiently high level to enable all occupants to evacuate the premises safely.

  • Emergency escape lighting- the part of an emergency lighting system that provides illumination for the safety of people leaving a location or attempting to terminate a potentially dangerous process beforehand.
  • Escape route lighting- identifies the escape route and keeps it sufficiently lit. This includes illuminated fire exit signs but also emergency lighting such as emergency lighting bulkheads.

Servicing & Maintenance

Anglia Fire are fully equipped to service and maintain your Emergency Lighting Systems and highly recommend that services are carried out regularly, twice per year in accordance with British Standard 5266, part 1 2017. This allows us to test that your lights are working efficiently and highlight any failures or repairs that may be needed, such as replacement lamps or standby batteries.



If you are looking to have Emergency Lighting installed within your premises, please give us a call. We provide a free, no obligation survey to look at the property to assess your needs and discuss them with you.

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