Emergency Lighting

Reports from Ofgem and The National Grid have suggested an increased risk of power cuts, making it even more critical for building owners and operators to ensure that their emergency lighting is compliant with current regulations and is properly maintained.

If for any reason a building needs to be evacuated during a power cut, emergency lights need to stay on for a specific period (usually 1-3 hours depending on the size and complexity of the building).

Quicklight can keep you out of the dark

We survey, test and recommend changes to your emergency lighting systems to make sure you comply with the latest regulations. We also help to plan, install and maintain all your emergency lights, including maintained and non-maintained lighting.

Quicklight provides customers with an annual ‘full duration’ test – as part of a routine emergency lighting maintenance programme. Depending on the size and complexity of a building, this is usually between one and three hours.

    Do you require emergency lighting?  Contact us by calling 0800 917 721 or emailing [email protected] to discuss how Quicklight can help