Emergency Lighting Installation
Usually the need will have been identified as part of a risk assessment.
Emergency lighting is required so that if the general lighting fails either because a fire has cut power to the lights, or it is a general power failure to the area, a reduced amount of artificial light will still be available.
Not only is the light needed to escape it is also to ensure safety of machine operators – imagine operating a bladed machine and the lights suddenly go out.
Depending on the size / complexity of the property you may need a simple or complex design. Do you have plans of the building preferably scaled drawings? JEM can either work to a design that you have already got or we can create the design, install the system, and carry out planned or reactive emergency lighting maintenance.
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For advice or to discuss a solution to fit your needs and budget, contact Brian Moughtin at JEM Mechanical and Electrical. Use the contact form on this page, call 01484 664301 or 07979 397834 or , and we will be in touch as soon as possible.
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