ICEL Emergency Lighting

A one day course comprising the fundamental aspects of BS 5266 parts 1, EN 1838 / 50171 and 50172

Part 1 has been revised in 2016 and the course includes this material with particular reference to the new test and servicing recommendations.

The course is in sections with a test after each section, those delegates passing qualifying for an ICEL certificate.

Advice is given on the new category of Emergency Safety Lighting detailed in BS 5266-1 2016 which covers the need to protect occupants of premises that are not evacuated immediately in a normal supply failure.

Who Should Attend?

Delegates should be familiar with lighting terminology, however this course will be useful to both those who have been in the industry for some time and would seek to be updated and those relatively new to emergency lighting who require a greater understanding. Certificates will be awarded to delegates who pass the course and also qualify for 6.5 hours of CPD (Continual Professional Development)

Course Content

  • A. Background and legislation for emergency lighting.
  • B. Emergency lighting systems, exit signs and illuminance.
  • C. Maintained/Non-maintained lighting, special requirements, labeling, recharge times and approval certification.
  • D. Design procedures for emergency lighting, including integrity and spacings.
  • E. High risk task areas, response times, correction factors, and luminaire conversions.
  • F. Disability glare, installation, testing, service, commissioning, checklists and maintenance for emergency lighting systems. 

 

Costs for onsite training (up to 10 delegates)

Member - £2250 + VAT

Non-member - £2695 + VAT

 

OTHER DATES FOR THIS COURSE

13 September 2016TELFORD
26 October 2016KINGS HOUSE WATFORD
7 December 2016TELFORD

 

Book

About the supplier

ICEL

The Industry Committee for Emergency Lighting's mission is to strengthen the industry and promote the benefits of good quality lighting by representing all aspects of UK, EU and international legislation and standards at the highest level whilst protecting the interests of both the public and members.

Send us your details and we'll hold a place for you.