Getting To Grips With Emergency Lighting Unit 3: Emergency Lighting in Practice
This unit takes the learning from unit 2 and looks at the impact that this has in real life. It explores what a lighting designer will consider when creating an emergency lighting scheme to ensure that it is designed with integrity, comparing lighting requirements for different locations. This includes consideration for amount, type, and location of light as well as the need for product compliance.
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• Describe what a lighting designer will consider when creating emergency lighting schemes
• Describe the emergency lighting requirements for different locations
• Explain the importance of inspection and testing of emergency lighting systems
• Describe the key standards governing electrical installation of emergency lighting
• Electrical installation and maintenance
• Building management, project management and maintenance
• Development, design, specification, and procurement