Emergency lighting and fire alarm specialists in Milton Keynes, Bucks
Emergency lighting legislation
The British Standard provides the emergency lighting designer/installer with clear guidelines to work to. BS 5266-1 relates not only to hotels, clubs, hospitals, nursing homes, schools and colleges, licensed premises, offices, museums, shops but also multi-storey dwellings.
You can rely on Kent Electrical to design and install you emergency lighting to comply with the strict legal legislation
It is a requirement under article 14(2)(h) of the Fire Safety Order that the person responsible for a premises ensures adequate emergency lighting has been installed.
The law requires that emergency routes and exits requiring illumination must be provided with emergency lighting of adequate intensity in case the main lighting fails. The system must also be maintained in an efficient state and in good repair under article 17 of the Order.
Kent Electrical Contracting can design and install emergency lighting systems for industrial, commercial, residential homes and business premises and comply with the relevant parts of BS 5266.
As with fire alarms systems, once installed, we offer you a comprehensive maintenance programme to ensure your system is kept in tiptop condition.
Fire detection systems
Fire detection systems are a necessity in practically every business and domestic property. Kent Electrical Contracting can design and install fire alarm systems which comply with the relevant parts of BS 5839 for industrial, commercial, residential homes and domestic premises.
If you own a business, residential home, a building open to the general public or even your own home, there is a minimum requirement of fire protection you should have by law. We can conduct a risk assessment of your building and advise you about which system you require to comply with current legislation.
Once installed, we offer you a comprehensive maintenance programme to ensure your system is kept in tip top condition, which means you can have peace of mind in the knowledge that you are fully protected at all times.
We recommend that you check your insurance policy to see that your system meets with the requirements of your insurer.
We follow the fire safety legislation
HSE is mainly concerned with process fire precautions. These are the special fire precautions, required in any workplace in connection with the work process that is being carried out there. They are to prevent or reduce the likelihood of a fire breaking out and if a fire does occur, to reduce its spread and intensity.