Do you know who’s responsible for the emergency lighting in your building? Do you know what you need to do to stay on the right side of the law? Is your emergency lighting being checked and tested regularly?
With older prescriptive methods now not fit for purpose, keeping up-to-date with the latest emergency lighting legislation and standards is critical. And LuxLive, Europe’s biggest lighting event on 23-24 November at ExCeL London, can help you navigate the minefield. Featuring a new dedicated area, the Escape Zone, it’s the go-to place for all things related to emergency lighting helping you to ensure you don’t fall foul of the law.
Emergency lighting is what keeps your building’s occupants safe if the power goes off. Getting it right can save lives. Getting it wrong can land the person responsible with a hefty fine or even a prison sentence.
Yet a surprising number of buildings lack good emergency lighting, or have systems that don’t comply with the law because they’re poorly designed or aren’t tested regularly enough. It’s a dangerous situation to be in.
At LuxLive, you’ll find out how to comply with the latest legislation and best practice in emergency lighting, while keeping energy and maintenance costs low – and all without compromise to the working environment.
As well as its extensive programme of 100+ talks, debates and expert panel discussion, LuxLive features hundreds of exhibitors showcasing the latest technologies in this fast-moving sector. As you’d expect, the big names will be out in force and will have a massive presence at the show, which attracts 8,000 visitors each year. Holophane, Saturn LED, LPA Excil, QSSI and Dextra will all be there along with more than 280 other big lighting brands.
LuxLive is relevant for estates manager, facilities managers, property managers, energy managers, consulting engineers and manufacturers.
LuxLive is Europe’s biggest annual lighting event. It is free to attend and takes place at ExCeL London on 23-24 November. Simply register online for your free pass.