Emergency Lighting Maintenance

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One Way Electrical offer a service to carry out emergency lighting testing and maintenance in Staffordshire, Derbyshire, Cheshire, and beyond. Current regulations stipulate that all your emergency lights should be functionally tested every Month. In addition to this, your emergency lighting system should be tested for a full duration test once a year – normally comprising of a 3-hour period.

This annual test should be carried out by a ‘competent person’ and a periodic inspection and test certificate issued. We offer bespoke annual emergency lighting testing contracts whereby we can carry out all monthly testing on your behalf, or should you prefer to carry out the monthly testing yourselves, a once per year service visit can be arranged to carry out the annual duration test. One Way Electrical will also provide your Company with an emergency lighting Logbook if you do not already have one. The logbooks are used to record the testing dates, any repairs, alterations, or additions to your emergency lighting system.

Emergency Lighting Repairs

An emergency light can fail to operate for many reasons, for example, a faulty lamp, a battery failure, or a faulty emergency module ballast unit. Quite often, an emergency light can be repaired by changing the lamp or battery pack, however there may be times where a complete fitting needs to be replaced. All emergency lighting remedial work carried out will be in accordance with BS5266 Part 1: 2016 and current electrical regulations.

Design & Installation

One Way Electrical offer a comprehensive emergency lighting service that spans the design, installation, and maintenance of these systems. All stages are carried out adhering to the relevant regulations in order to ensure your establishment passes any and all inspections by the Local Authorities.

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Contact the One Way Electrical team today for exceptional emergency lighting maintenance in the Staffordshire, Cheshire, and Derbyshire areas today.