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Electricians Guide to Emergency Lighting 3rd Edition 2019 (PDF)

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Third edition 2019
Pages: 114
Publisher: The Institution of Engineering and Technology
Language: English;
Size: 33 Mb;

The Electrician's Guide to Emergency Lighting is one of a number of publications prepared by the 1ET to provide guidance on electrical installations in buildings.

This Guide is concerned with emergency lighting and in particular emergency escape lighting and must be read in conjunction with the relevant legislation and guidance such as
Approved Documents B and L in England and Wales and the Building Standards Division (BSD) technical handbooks in Scotland and the relevant British Standards, in particular the BS 5266 series of standards.

Designers and installers should always consult the relevant documents to satisfy themselves of compliance.
It is expected that persons carrying out work in accordance with this Guide will be competent to do so - competence being a statutory requirement of the Electricity at Work Regulations 1989 for those engaged in electrical work - and a competent person is required to carry out inspections, tests and repairs to emergency lighting systems.

This edition of the Electrician's Guide to Emergency Lighting has been revised to align with the new 2016 revision of BS 5266-1 which has introduced new provisions and requirements, and changes from the previous 2011 edition. Designers, installers, duty holders and persons responsible for premises are advised to make themselves
familiar with the new 2016 revision of the standard. This revision took effect from the 31st May 2016.
The emergency lighting installation logbook and all installation certification, testing and maintenance documentation must be retained and made available for review and inspection when required.


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Chapter I Legislation
The Health and Safety at Work etc. Act of 1974
Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2015
The Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999 (sl 1999 No. 3242)
The Workplace (Health, Safety and Welfare) Regulations 1992 (SI 1992 No. 3004)
The Health and Safety (Safety Signs and Signals) Regulations 1996 (si 1996 No. 341)
The Building Regulations 2010 (SI 2010 No. 2214)
Fire safety and the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 (Si 2005 No. 1541)
Fire (Scotland) Act 2005
The Cinematograph (Safety) Regulations 1955 (Sl 1955 No. 1129) as amended and the Cinematograph (Safety) (Scotland)
Regulations 1955 (SI 1955 No. 1125) as amended
Disabled persons
Chapter 2 Building Regulations
Building (Scotland) Act 2003
Northern Ireland
Dwelling houses
Buildings other than dwelling houses
Chapter 3 Emergency lighting standards
European standards
British Standards
Design information
BS 5266 Emergency lighting
Chapter 4 Design
Primary escape route signs and Luminaires
Additional emergency lighting luminaires
Escape route illumination
Open area (anti-panic) lighting
High-risk task area lighting
Standby lighting
Classification of emergency lighting systems
Requirements for safety signs
Automatic test systems
Chapter 5 Electrical installation
Basic requirement
Self-contained luminaires
Central power supply systems
Cable support, fixings and joints
Continuity of supply to the emergency lighting
Warning notices
Test facility
Inspection and testing
BS 7671 Chapter 56 Requirements for Safety Services
Chapter 6 Operation and maintenance
General requirements
As-installed drawings
Care of batteries during installation and use
Routine inspection and testing
Automatic testing systems (ATS)
The Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Directive Guidance
Annex A Model completion certificate
Annex B Model certificate for completion of small new installations
Annex c Model certificate for verification of existing installations
Annex D Model periodic inspection and test certificate
Chapter 7 Safety signs
Format of safety signs
Emergency escape and first-aid signs
Fire-fighting signs

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