What do all these companies have in common? Energy managers and engineers from Network Rail, Essex County Council, Lloyds Banking Group and many others are all attending the Emergency Lighting Conference.
Photos courtesy of P4
Photographs from the 2015 Emergency Lighting Conference may be viewed here.
Do you know who’s responsible for the emergency lighting in your building?
Did you know you could be fined or imprisoned if it doesn’t comply with the rules?
Managing an emergency lighting network carries with it significant responsibilities: You’ve got to comply with the latest legislation and best practice, keep energy and maintenance low and not least, ensure your building’s occupants are safe at all times.
And, as the ‘responsible person’ under the Fire Safety Act, it’s also down to you to manage the risk assessments, testing, maintenance and all the associated documentation.
Lux has teamed up with the Industry Committee on Emergency Lighting to bring you this special one-day conference, where you’ll learn:
- How can Emergency Lighting be cost effective and compliant?
- Are developments in battery technology changing the way we set up emergency lighting systems?
- What should you consider with luminaire conversions?
- Is the Internet of things about to transform emergency lighting as we know it
- Could self-test work on an IP protocol?
This event is free to attend to those responsible for the operation and design of emergency lighting installations including facilities managers, consulting engineers, energy managers, electrical contractors and electrical engineers at client organisations. This excludes manufacturers and their agents.
To register for a free place, contact Charlie Ward on 020 3283 4387 or email@example.com