BS 50172 PDF

Contact Routine Emergency Lighting Testing And Maintenance It is important that equipment is properly tested and maintained if it is to function correctly when required in an emergency. The following testing is designed to ensure the continued protection of your premises and occupants; because of the possibility of a failure of the normal lighting supply occurring shortly after a period of testing, all tests should wherever possible, be undertaken at time of least risk. The results of all testing and any necessary corrective action should be recorded in a log record held on site, which shall be available if required for inspection by any authorised person. All documents should be filled in on a test record BS Daily Visually check that all maintained lamps are operating and that all system healthy indicators on Central Power Supply Systems Central Battery Systems are illuminated. Check that any system fault recorded is given urgent attention and record all corrective actions in the log book provided.

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Code of practice for the emergency lighting of premises other than cinemas and certain other specified premises used for entertainment. The requirements of BS EN alter the duration period and frequency required for self-contained luminaires see 7.

BS EN specifies requirements whereas BS is a code of practice giving recommendations. Corrigendum No. London South Bank University. A number of the requirements which are given in BS are expanded. Amendments issued since publication Amd. Lamps and related equipment. This British Standard. Emergency lighting. Compliance with this standard will assist users in meeting the requirements of the Workplace Directive. The BSI copyright notice displayed in this document indicates when the document was last issued.

This publication does not purport to include all the necessary provisions of a contract. Appropriate product standards are also identified. Uncontrolled Copy. This part of the BS series partially supersedes BS Compliance with a British Standard does not of itself confer immunity from legal obligations. Users are responsible for its correct application.

EN E. Switzerland and United Kingdom. This European Standard exists in three official versions English. A version in any other language made by translation under the responsibility of a CENELEC member into its own language and notified to the Central Secretariat has the same status as the official versions.

Czech Republic. Emergency lighting systems. For emergency lighting systems. Uncontrolled Copy London South Bank University This European Standard does not cover private domestic premises but its provisions are applicable to common access routes within multi-storey dwellings.

For undated references. Emergency lighting Light and lighting. There are emerging way guidance techniques that. For dated references. Part Emergency power supply to safety devices 3 Definitions For the purposes of this standard the following definitions apply: 3.

EN Safety rules for the construction and installation of lifts and service lifts Part 1: Electric lifts Lighting applications. This European Standard is also applicable to standby lighting used as emergency escape lighting. Part Particular requirements. Measurement and presentation of photometric data of lamps and luminaires Central power supply systems Safety requirements for secondary batteries and battery installations Part 2: Stationary batteries Degrees of protection provided by enclosures IP Code IEC Luminaires.

This standard relates to the provision of electric emergency escape lighting in all work places and premises open to the public. Luminaires for emergency lighting IEC A combined emergency luminaire is either maintained or non-maintained 3.

Emergency escape lighting is not designed to enable normal operations to be continued on the premises in the event of failure of normal or standby lighting. Emergency escape lighting shall be activated not only on complete failure of the supply to the normal lighting but also on a localized failure such as a final circuit failure.

The installation shall ensure that emergency escape lighting fulfils the following functions: a b c d to illuminate escape route signs. An exit or directional sign shall be in view at all points along the escape route. Full details of levels and measurement of illuminance and adaptation are specified in EN and EN NOTE Maintained exit signs should be considered for applications where occupants may be unfamiliar with the building.

All signs marking exits and escape routes shall be uniform in colour and format. The illumination by the emergency escape lighting system of a compartment of the escape route shall be from two or more luminaires so that the failure of one luminaire does not plunge the route into total darkness or make the directional finding effect of the system ineffective. For the same reason. It is used in areas of undefined escape routes in halls or premises larger than 60 m floor area or smaller areas if there is additional hazard such as use by a large number of people.

NOTE It is not normally possible to cater for an interruption of the normal lighting due solely to the failure of an individual lamp.

Non-maintained and combined non-maintained emergency luminaires have to operate in the event of failure of a normal lighting final circuit. In all cases. Emergency lighting as specified for open area anti-panic lighting in EN shall therefore be fitted in lifts in which persons may travel. In particular. Other areas of hazard or areas that may need access in a normal lighting failure also require emergency lighting and are defined in 5.

Reciprocating internal combustion engine driven alternating current generating sets: emergency power supply to safety devices shall be constructed in accordance with ISO These drawings shall be signed by a competent person to verify that the design meets the requirements of this standard.

The emergency lighting can either be selfcontained or powered from a central supply in which case a fire protected supply will be required. The drawings shall be made in accordance with Subclause They shall be selected to be appropriate for their location. NOTE If used in areas with risk of explosion. For all other systems. Regular servicing is essential. The regulating authority may require specific tests.

NOTE 2 An appropriate print out of data from an automatic testing device meets the requirements of this clause. The following minimum inspections and tests shall be carried out at the intervals recommended in 7. These shall be available as either a manual record or as a hard copy obtained from an automatic testing device.

This person shall be given sufficient authority to ensure the carrying out of any work necessary to maintain the system in correct operation. The log book shall be used to record at least the following information: a b c d e f date of commissioning of the system including any certificate relating to alterations.

Details of replacement components of luminaires such as lamp type. NOTE 1 The logbook may also include pages relating to other safety records. NOTE This is a visual inspection of indicators to identify that the system is in a ready condition and does not require a test of operation. NOTE The period of simulated failure should be sufficient for the purpose of this clause whilst minimising damage to the system components e. The charging arrangements should be checked for proper functioning.

In addition to a. For all other systems the monthly inspection shall be carried out and the following additional tests made: a each luminaire and internally illuminated sign shall be tested as per 7. At the end of this test period. Tests shall be carried out as follows: a Switch on in the emergency mode each luminaire and each internally illuminated exit sign from its battery by simulation of a failure of the supply to the normal lighting for a period sufficient to ensure that each lamp is illuminated.

During this period. Subclause Clause 9 makes mandatory the emergency lighting installations for these premises with the requirement of minimum operation time of emergency escape lighting.

Clause 6 makes mandatory the emergency lighting installations for these premises with the requirement of minimum operation time of emergency escape lighting. Clause 4 and 5 Deviation Italy The following national laws and regulations apply as regards emergency escape lighting.

In case of doubt the building supervisory board should be consulted 5. The regulation changes according to the type high-rise or not and the purpose public. The necessity of providing safety signs or emergency lighting and their location in special buildings and areas is governed by statutory building provisions of the Lands of the Federal Republic of Germany. In case of doubt the building supervisory board should be consulted.

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Code of practice for the emergency lighting of premises other than cinemas and certain other specified premises used for entertainment. The requirements of BS EN alter the duration period and frequency required for self-contained luminaires see 7. BS EN specifies requirements whereas BS is a code of practice giving recommendations. Corrigendum No. London South Bank University.

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