BS 5266-10:2008 - Guide to the design and provision of emergency lighting to reduce the risks from hazards in the event of failure of the normal lighting supply – BSI British Standards

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BS 5266-10:2008

Guide to the design and provision of emergency lighting to reduce the risks from hazards in the event of failure of the normal lighting supply

Status : Superseded, Withdrawn   Published : November 2008 Replaced By : BS 5266-1:2011

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What is BS 5266-10:2008?

BS 5266-10 gives best-practice recommendations on all the factors that should be taken into account when designing and providing emergency lighting systems, including escape and standby lighting. By following the specifications set out within in this standard, the user will be able to correctly install emergency lighting – helping to reduce risk in buildings if the normal lighting supply fails. BS 5266-10 also offers advice on appropriate emergency lighting levels, initiation times and working planes.

How does it work?

BS 5266-10 looks at the need for emergency lighting, as well as the types of lighting systems that should be considered for specific locations. The standard also focuses on portable emergency luminaires. Other topics include testing, maintenance and recordkeeping, and the right procedures to limit the risks of annual full duration testing.

Who should buy it?

  • Inspecting engineers
  • Building managers
  • Fire safety officers
  • Inspectors

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Standard NumberBS 5266-10:2008
TitleGuide to the design and provision of emergency lighting to reduce the risks from hazards in the event of failure of the normal lighting supply
StatusSuperseded, Withdrawn
Publication Date30 November 2008
Withdrawn Date30 November 2011
Cross ReferencesBS 5266-1:2005, BS EN 1838, BS EN 13032-3, BS EN 50171, BS EN 50172, BS EN 60598-2-22:1999+A1:2003, BS EN 62034, 96/106/EC, 89/654/EC, Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005, Fire Safety (Scotland) Regulations 2006, Fire Safety (Northern Ireland) Regulations 2006, SLL Lighting Guide 12, Building Regulations 2000, Health and Safety (Safety Signs and Signals) Regulations 1996
Replaced ByBS 5266-1:2011
Draft Superseded By07/30165491 DC
DescriptorsEmergency lighting, Escape lighting, Standby lighting, Lighting systems, Emergency electrical installations, Safety measures, Buildings, Kitchens, First aid rooms, Fire-escape routes, Lifts, Emergency exits, Fire safety in buildings, Lighting levels, Lighting equipment
ICS13.200
91.160.10
CommitteeEL/1/1
ISBN978 0 580 58881 5
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryNo
Pages26
File Size861.6 KB
Price£176.00


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