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Emergency Lighting And Your Safety

Update:06-10-2018
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           Any building with a large number of people, […]

    

      Any building with a large number of people, whether residential or commercial, requires the installation of emergency lights in the event of a crisis.

  Sometimes, a fire caused by an electrical fault (short circuit, improper wiring, etc.) may cause a power outage. In this case, lack of illumination can be fatal. The primary responsibility of the emergency lighting system is to clarify the road to safety. It is almost impossible to carry out evacuation procedures without adequate lighting.

  Emergency headlights and floodlights do this by providing bright light to corridors and other travel areas. These lights are battery powered and start up immediately after a power outage.

  The “stairs” and “outlet” signs of lighting are another form of emergency lighting that is a must for every commercial and residential area. As the logo stipulates, they help to illuminate safe roads in an emergency. These signs are especially valuable in buildings with many floors, which use elevators more often than stairs, because many employees and residents do not even know where the designated exits are and never need to use them. These flags are always on and can be switched to the spare bulb during a power outage.

  Failure to equip your building with appropriate safety equipment is irresponsible and can lead to numerous legal issues, especially in the event of death. These issues may include erroneous death litigation and lack of insurance support.

  China Emergency Light  emphasize that emergency lighting systems require frequent maintenance to ensure they are in normal working order. Technicians should test all batteries and bulbs and replace them as needed. All equipment should be marked with the date of service of the technician. Equipment that has no label or has not been repaired for at least one year is considered insufficient. In the event of an emergency, building management may be susceptible to the above legal issues.