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Most recent articles relating to ICEL;

Code change for emergency lighting

The emergency lighting Code of Practice BS 5266-1 has been revised to accommodate changes to European standards and UK legislation. Now that compliance is judged using risk assessments, ICEL, the emergency lighting arm of the Lighting Industry Association (LIA), provides guidance to the revisions, and to the action that should be taken concerning existing non-compliant sites.


Competent installation

Bernard Pratley explains how the new BAFE 203-4 scheme will help premises owners and facilities managers to demonstrate compliance with the emergency lighting legislation.


LEDs in an Emergency

In a building emergency fast panic-free evacuation can easily make the difference between lifeand death. Bernard Pratley argues that the latest LED emergency lighting makes this easier to achieve with significant extra benefits for FMs