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  1. DJMElectrical
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    Hi all,

    I am currently installing emergency lighting in a pub and was wondering if i am right in thinking that escape route signs/lights need to be maintained emergency lights as opposed to non-maintained lights.

    I would be grateful for any help with this matter.

    Thanks in advance

    Dan
     
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    telectrix Scouser and Proud of It Trusted Advisor

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    not certain, but i would agree with you that they should be maintained.
     
  3. Guest123
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    A good basic guide.
     
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  4. needasparks
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    All final exits should be maintained, yes you are correct.
     
  5. DJMElectrical
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    Thanks for the replies really apprieciate it.
     
  6. netblindpaul
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    netblindpaul Trusted Advisor

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    If you are designing and installing Em lighting then you must have the relevant parts of BS5266 to hand to ensure that you comply.
    Also you must comply with your clients FRA.
    Both are required for compliance with statute law.
     
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