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Article archive for ICEL

The Code of Practice for emergency lighting has been revised - are you up to date? (28 August 2012)
The emergency lighting Code of Practice BS 5266-1 has been revised to accommodate changes to European standards and UK legislation. Now that compliance is judged using risk assessments, ICEL, the emergency lighting arm of the Lighting Industry Association (LIA), provides guidance to the revisions, and to the action that should be taken concerning existing non-compliant sites. read more...

Emergency lighting and the FSO (05 March 2012)
In a building emergency, especially fire, fast panic-free evacuation is absolutely essential. This is why UK legislation demands reliable, good quality emergency lighting to ensure that escape routes are properly illuminated so that people can see to get to a place of safety. read more...

Stick with the best quality emergency lighting – or risk the consequences (15 September 2010)
ICEL - the emergency lighting arm of the Lighting Industry Federation, has voiced its concern about the number of poor quality emergency lighting products on the UK market. “Only products complying with BSEN69598-2-22 should be used. Products registered to ICEL 1001 give additional reassurance to users and facilities managers because they confirm this compliance and also that photometric claims have been verified.” An ICEL spokesperson has said. read more...
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