Boyle Energy cover all aspects of emergency lighting.
Our team of engineers are NICEIC registered and are fully trained and approved. Emergency lighting is mandatory within any commercial premises with staff members or used by the public which includes but is not limited to shared residential apartments, offices and retail outlets as well as hospitals, educational facilities and public sector buildings.
Emergency lighting is an automatic back-up system which operates in the event of emergency situations such as power cuts or fire which in turn cause the normal lighting to fail. This could result in immediate loss of lighting putting any building occupants in danger due to panic or potential injury. We cover all aspects of and fully emergency lighting and can handle all emergency lighting installations.
Our emergency lighting services include:
Full installation and commissioning of emergency lighting and escape route systems.
Routine 6 monthly/annual emergency lighting inspection and 3 hour battery drain down test.
Maintenance and replacement of any equipment no longer meeting the requirements of the above inspection and test.
Training for in-house maintenance staff on weekly/monthly emergency lighting key switch tests.
The introduction and instruction of use to key staff members for emergency lighting logbook entries.
Why come to Boyle Energy
Boyle Energy provide a comprehensive emergency lighting service which allows peace of mind to employers, employees and visiting parties alike. We take the complications out of the day to day running of emergency lighting systems within commercial premises by offering service and maintenance packages which include 24 hour call out, expertise and advice, good value for money and a friendly, efficient professional service.
What do our inspections entail?
Identification and logging of type of system and equipment
Our team of experts will determine if the identified system is fit for purpose.
Completion of full equipment inspection and drain down test.
Our team with supply a detailed issue of report and feedback.