EMERGENCY LIGHTING

The provision of emergency lighting is generally a mandatory requirement within all industrial and commercial buildings, including, but not limited to hospitals, schools, colleges, care homes, factories, museums and retail outlets, plus multi story or high occupancy residential buildings.

It is provided to aid safe evacuation and/or enable normal activities to continue when the electrical supply to the normal lighting fails or is interrupted.

Emergency lighting contains a battery backup power source, which is continuously charged and designed to operate automatically and give illumination to a sufficiently high level, as determined by the recommended design standards  and classification of area or activity being carried out.

Most new buildings have emergency lighting integrated into their normal lighting system at construction stage, but it is still common for a building to have independent or standalone units installed as well.

Our team have extensive experience in all aspects of emergency lighting, both new and existing, and can offer a solution to suit your budgets and requirements. With solutions based around high quality products, including addressable and intelligent low energy LED self-test systems, we can offer substantial energy and cost of ownership savings.

To find out more, please get in touch.

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Coronavirus Update

Dear Valued Customer,

I would like to take this opportunity to update you as to the steps SFA have been taking to ensure day to day operations continue with as little disruption as possible whilst ensuring the safety of our staff.

We have been closely monitoring the situation and taken measures to minimise the impact this unprecedented event may have on our stakeholders, customers and business.

We have taken appropriate measures to keep our people safe by reducing headcount and introducing distancing within the office, implementing additional cleaning measures and non-contact equipment deliveries, plus implementing home working where possible.

All training sessions and non-essential site meetings have been cancelled or postponed at this time, and video conferencing facilities have been setup.

We will continue to monitor the situation and endeavour to update you as soon as possible, should we need to make further adjustments.

Our thoughts are with everyone already affected by the Coronavirus, and we would also like to extend our gratitude and thanks to all the Healthcare and supporting keyworkers working tirelessly during this time.

We all have a responsibility to care for and support our colleagues and communities, and I am in no doubt that we will get through this stronger together.

Many thanks