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Article Date: 14th July 2017

ABB Emergi-Lite - Training Courses

Fire Safety Training - Emergency Lighting - CPD Accredited Seminars

Emergi-Lite - Training Courses Room

Training courses provided run in conjunction with the Fire Safety Training Group (FSTG) and courses are registered for Continuing Professional Development (CPD) with the Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers (CIBSE) and listed in their directory of CPD course providers.

The Industry Committee for Emergency Lighting (ICEL) Emergency Lighting course, to BS 5266, is identical to that offered by others, the ownership of the course material being with FSTG. The Fire Detection & Alarm courses, to BS 5839-1, are similar, but not identical to those offered by others.

Free CPD - Accredited training seminars

Committed to providing a comprehensive service to customers, Emergi-Lite support sales activity through the provision of a fully interactive training course to clients who are looking to gain an in-depth understanding of emergency lighting legislative and testing requirements.

These CPD accredited seminars cover:

  • Correct procedures for testing and monitoring all emergency lighting
  • British Standards, Codes of Practice and current working directives
  • Methodologies to maximise installation cost efficiency

Training courses provided run in conjunction with the Fire Safety Training Group (FSTG) and courses are registered for Continuing Professional Development (CPD) with the Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers (CIBSE) and listed in their directory of CPD course providers.

Where do the CPD seminars take place?

Seminars can be held centrally at key geographical locations, or if you prefer, we will be happy to hold them at your premises at a date and time of your choosing.

CPD accredited seminars

1. Emergency Lighting Testing & Monitoring

Topics include:

  • Types of systems and their best application
  • The workplace directive
  • Old and new practice testing of emergency lighting
  • Traditional, automatic and self testing methods

2. Central Battery Systems

Topics include:

  • Types of systems and their best application
  • Lighting control design
  • Addressable testing solutions design and benefits
  • Energy efficiency by use of passive stand by operation
  • Luminaire types and their application
  • Regulations and standards of lighting design using central battery

3. ICEL Risk Assessment

Topics include:

  • Understanding risk assessment
  • Who is responsible for maintenance
  • Complying with legal requirements

4. Testing of Emergency Lighting BS 5266-1 12.3 and Annex H

Topics include:

  • Effective testing
  • How to minimise risk
  • Compliance with legislation & implications

5. Emergency Lighting BS 5266 Part 1 Update

Topics include:

  • Compliance with legislation & implications
  • Luminaire requirements
  • Impact on emergency lighting design

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