Posts tagged “emergency lighting”

Office lights replaced with LEDs and sensors
We’ve been on the road again, this time going to Castleford in Yorkshire, home to Roman legions and Rugby League. 
 
This project involved a ground floor reception area and offices, including toilet lighting renovations and replacements for failed emergency lights across the site. 
 
Like many reception areas the fluorescent lights here had been left on all the time, even when there wasn’t any activity. The lights have been upgraded to energy efficient LEDs and the wall switches have been replaced with sensors to control the lighting automatically. Now the lights switch off when there’s enough natural light and when there’s no movement. 
Emergency exit light signal in green on black background
In dangerous situations emergency lighting can help people to reach safety as quickly as possible. 
 
However, a recent report says that more than four out of 10 businesses in England don’t have appropriate emergency lighting. 
 
Back in 2018, another report looking at more than 1,500 of England’s high-rise social housing blocks said that over a third of them had inadequate emergency lighting. 
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