Emergency lighting advanced maintenance & operation

Based on BS 5266­-1, this one-day course further develops the knowledge and skills of the fire alarm engineer to include servicing & maintenance of the emergency lighting system

Who’s it for?

  • Any engineer with a basic knowledge of safety systems who wants to improve their knowledge of the requirements and techniques needed to be able to test, maintain and repair emergency lighting systems
  • Engineers who are responsible for emergency lighting systems wanting to be able to assess and demonstrate the suitability and condition of the system for a specific site

What other experience/training is needed to take the course?

What does this course cover?

  • Legislative requirements for emergency lighting
  • Relevant standards
  • Installation considerations
  • Reporting procedures for existing premises
  • Testing considerations, function and duration tests
  • Testing procedures and the use of automatic systems
  • Fault rectification
  • Protection of the premises during fault rectification
  • Completion of the testing documentation

What are the benefits of taking this course?

  • Engineers will be able to audit an existing system, provide advice on routine maintenance and to carry out periodic and remedial servicing
  • Knowledge and understanding to be able to provide advice on emergency lighting system maintenance and servicing requirements, auditing and testing a system, completion of servicing, fault rectification and associated certification