Advice, installation, maintenance and servicing, staff training
Any building, however familiar, can become a dangerous maze once plunged into darkness or filled with smoke. Emergency lighting and emergency signage provides invaluable information in case of an emergency, makes it easier to find fire equipment and indicates life-saving escape routes.
The Health & Safety (Safety Signs & Signals) Regulations 1996 require that adequate provision of exit and safety signage be provided and, when it is necessary, for those signs to be illuminated.
The fire safety signage regulations state that:
BS 5266/Part 1 1999 Regulations provide detailed guidance on where lights should be installed and the minimum levels of illumination deemed necessary for escape routes.
SF Fire uses signage that greatly exceeds the current standard regulations, with a far superior luminescent intensity.
Types of emergency lighting and signage provided by SF Fire: exit, directional, fire action, warning and photo-luminescent signage.
To ensure that you are compliant with fire safety regulations, call us on 01484 714 076 and we’ll be happy to book a no obligation appointment for a site survey.
Because our engineers are fully up to date with the latest fire safety regulations, you can rest assured that they will give you the best advice on the different kinds of emergency signage and lighting on the market.
At SF Fire we only employ professional engineers who are experienced across all products, so you won’t need to use different engineers to install different fire safety systems, saving you money and time. Our engineers can also advise on the best placement for your emergency lighting and signage, while remaining sensitive to the aesthetics of your building.
Because every customer is different, we are happy to tailor our maintenance agreement to your needs. We can also incorporate any existing fire prevention and fire safety devices you are currently using.
By keeping on top of any changes to legal requirements, we will ensure that your emergency lighting and signage systems comply with the latest legislation.
Live fire safety demonstrations can be given in-house to ensure your staff know what to expect in the event of an incident.Take a look at our Fire Safety Training section for further information.
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