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Emergency Lighting in Low Rise Communal Areas?

Kevin Shields

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It all depends on the risk assessment some buildings may require emergency lighting others not. When a fire risk assessment is conducted in the common areas of blocks of flats the need for emergency lighting will be identified in the documentation, assuming you are not conducting the FRA yourself. Check out the DCLG Sleeping Accommodation guide, Section 5 for more information. A link to the guide can be found in http://www.firesafe.org.uk/regulatory-reform-fire-safety-order-2005/ plus other relevant information.

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