From Building networks
Last year I stayed in a hotel that had a power cut. It was incredibly dark and I was thankful for three things:
When it comes to emergency lights we often think the "emergency" relates only to fire but it could be any number of things: earthquake, flood, attack, and like our Ozzie cousins right now a power surge due to overloading of the system as aircons try to cope with extreme heat conditions.
Emergency Lights come into their own when we least expect it. But they have to actually be there and be tested and be in a state of readiness. That's the job of the IQP to make sure this happens. Take a look at this photo - who thought it was a good idea to put it over a fan?
While they aren't complicated systems there are rules around:
All this and more is covered in our IQP Refresher Course in Emergency Lights.
For details on this upcoming course click HERE.