Emergency lighting obligations explained

Bad things happen, hands get wrung, promises are made – and then we quietly slide back into the same old torpor of not caring very much.
And then bad things happen . . . . . . . . .


P4 Fastel has published a short, pithy Guide to Emergency Lighting Obligations. Its not difficult, but it takes a professional level of effort and a proper sense of responsibility to those around you . . . and the imagination to consider what might happen if you do nothing.

Who needs to read this?

  • everyone who works in a building who’s ever wondered what would happen if there was a fire;
  • everyone who works in a building who HASN’T wondered what would happen if there was a fire;
  • everyone who proudly wears a badge that says ‘I am a Responsible Person’
  • everyone who knows someone who proudly wears a badge . . . you get the idea;
  • everyone who runs a business – obviously.
  • everyone who sits on a committee that’s charged with looking after the health and welfare of other people;
  • (add your own here) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

You can download the Guide from P4 Fastel’s website: P4 Explain Emergency Lighting Obligations.

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