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IEC/EN 60598-2-22 EmergencyLuminaire Safety Requirements


IEC/EN 60598-2-22 Emergency Luminaire Safety Requirements

Understanding the requirements of IEC/EN 60598 for Emergency Lighting is an essential part of ensuring product safety and performance aspects are met. This course works through all the requirements found in IEC/EN 60598-1 along with all the specific requirements of IEC/EN 60598-2-22 to aid Emergency Lighting luminaire manufacturers, designers, engineers and conversion houses fulfil their obligations.

This course aims to provide delegates with an understanding of the full requirements of IEC/EN 60598 for Emergency Lighting which specifies essential requirements of IEC/EN 60598-2-22.


Course Location:

Telford and South of England

Education Institution:

The Lighting Industry Academy


2 days


Trainer-led and powerpoint presentation

CPD Hours: 13 Hours


This course is designed to suit designers, manufacturers, importers of emergency lighting. Technical staff in lighting companies supplying emergency lighting. Compliance / Quality Managers. and approvals staff assessing emergency lighting products


The course is delivered via presentations in a classroom setting.


  • > Understand the requirements of IEC/EN 60598-1, 2-22 and 2-2


Two days: 09.30am - 16.30pm


The learners are not assessed on this course.


Students can take their learning to the next level by completing other technical training such as our Lighting Legislation, Compliance Control & Production Testing and LIAQA Training on Module 7 (Factory Audit).


For individual delegates:


£525 + VAT

Non-Member £675 + VAT

For a group of up to 10 delegates from a company delivered as a closed course:

Closed company courses are a more effective way to train your staff together for a cost-effective and flexible solution for your business.

The course contents for a closed course can be tailored to relate directly to the specifics of an organisation’s requirements following a conversation with the trainer.

Please contact the Academy for more details and a personalised quote for this course.



18th-19th August 2020 The LIA, Telford
13th-14th October 2020 Marriott Hotel, Slough
8th-9th December 2020 The LIA, Telford

 For the full range of courses at the Academy and their upcoming dates, please check out the Latest Course Schedule.

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  Andy Guest

Topics covered - BS EN 60598, Lighting Legislation

Andy is an experienced electrical / electronic engineer and has worked with the LIA since 2003. With a technical engineering background and extensive experience in supply chains from manufacturing through to end use, Andy is well placed to understand the challenges faced by all areas of the lighting industry, especially with the introduction of LED technology.

Engagement with manufacturers, support organisations and individuals in the lighting industry is a key aspect of Andy’s role. Through his work with LIA quality system audits and support, alongside his role as part of the LIA training team, he has a strong focus on ensuring members of the lighting fraternity are conversant with latest legislative requirements and best practice

Through working closely with both the laboratory and other members of the LIA technical team, Andy has an excellent knowledge of standards, legislation and compliance which is key to supporting LIA members and students of the LIA Academy in achieving success in the modern market place.

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. 

The LIA has a number of rates with various local hotels.


Telford Golf and Spa Resort
£80 Bed & Breakfast
Please quote LIA at time of booking

Park Inn Telford
£75 Bed & Breakfast 
Please quote The Lighting Industry Association at time of booking

Mercure Telford Madeley Court Hotel
£69 Bed & Breakfast

Holiday Inn Telford
£90 Bed & Breakfast
£65 for Sunday evening stays only
Please quote The Lighting Industry Association at time of booking

Ramada Hotel Telford
£79 Bed & Breakfast
£65 for Sunday evening stays only
Please quote The Lighting Industry Association at time of booking

International Hotel Telford
£69 Bed & Breakfast
£65 for Sunday evening stays only
Please quote The Lighting Industry Association at time of booking


Heathrow Windsor Marriott Hotel 
£125 Bed & Breakfast
Please quote The Lighting Industry Association at time of booking

Cancellation Terms 
If you are using one of the recommended hotels and the course should be cancelled by the LIA, we will cover the costs. Should you cancel the course yourself, hotel cancellation terms will apply. Please note: The LIA cannot cover hotel costs if you choose to book with a hotel not listed above.