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Where should Emergency Lighting be found

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The Fire safety Order 2005 and BS5266 Standards state that Emergency Lighting is needed in the following circumstances.


To illuminate designated escape routes with the required amount of emergency light output.


To provide sufficient illumination in other areas to allow safe movement towards and throughout escape routes.


To ensure that all fire points and other safety equipment can be located easily.

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