Atlas Fire Protection only use highly qualified engineers to install and test emergency lighting in full accordance with the standards required by BS 5266. This provides the peace of mind that every employee and customer is fully protected with automatic lighting in the event of emergency evacuation.
Escape Route Lighting
This emergency lighting ensures all escape routes are clearly visible in an emergency, enabling your employees and customers to locate the exits of your buildings quickly and safely.
Open Area Lighting
Designed to minimise panic during an emergency, this emergency lighting provides enough lighting in open areas of your buildings. Helping your employees and customers to remain calm and locate any obstacles on their safe route to the clearly marked emergency exits.
High Risk Task Area Lighting
This emergency lighting is designed for businesses operating dangerous equipment, machinery or processes that need to be safely and properly shutdown prior to evacuating the building. This reduces the high risk from the potentially dangerous factors and enable safe and timely evacuation.
Emergency Lights should be located
- in all escape routes
- changes in floor levels
- above and outside all exit doors
- kitchens, canteens, restaurants
- high hazard plant rooms
- large open plan offices
Current legislation requires all commercial buildings have emergency escape lighting under The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005. You can trust Atlas Fire Protection to keep your business fully compliant with your responsibilities.
Fire Risk Assessment
If your business has five or more employees a Fire Risk Assessment is required to comply with The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005. Our highly trained certified engineers can determine the chances of a fire occurring in your workplace and draft your written document.
Out Of Hours Support
Many businesses operate 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Atlas Fire Protection provide out of hours support to all customers with proactive maintenance contracts. One of our certified engineers will deliver a quick and reliable response to keep your business protected.
The Regulatory Reform
(Fire Safety) Order 2005
If your business has five or more employees, you are legally required to comply with The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005. The business owner is legally responsible for ensuring fire safety on their commercial premises.