TRUST FIRE SYSTEMS TO NOT LEAVE YOU IN THE DARK
The primary purpose of emergency lighting is to brighten escape paths however it also illuminates other safety equipment. Emergency escape lighting is triggered when the electrical power supply to the regular work environment lighting fails or when an automatic emergency alarm is set off. It is developed to brighten the fire escape routes so that they can be safely utilised in case of a failure of the primary lighting system.
The size and type of facilities will determine the complexity of the emergency lighting system required. Single stand-alone escape lighting systems might suffice in small properties, and they can sometimes be integrated with exit or directional indications.
In larger more complex facilities a more comprehensive system of fixed automated escape lighting is likely to be needed. This will be particularly real in properties with large basements or where significant numbers of staff or members of the general public.