This seminar aims to give all those involved in the process of designing; maintaining and installing Emergency Lighting systems; an overview of the standards and regulations that must be taken into consideration when dealing with Emergency Lighting systems. It examines the Industry Committee for Emergency Lighting (ICEL); the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 (RRFSO) and the British Standard for Emergency Lighting (BS5266 Part 1 2016). A clear; pictorial overview of the positioning of Emergency Lighting luminaries will be given throughout the presentation.
Hochiki is distinguished by the experience and expertise of more than 80 years as one of the world's largest manufacturers and suppliers of industrial fire detection products. Hochiki Corporation was founded in Tokyo in 1918 with most of the major Japanese insurance companies as founder shareholders. Hochiki Corporation undertakes design, manufacture, installation and maintenance of fire alarm systems and produces in excess of 3 million units per year. An international market leader in the manufacture of fire protection products Hochiki Corporation also produces fire extinguishing, security and cable television systems. The Company employs some 1,300 people, has 3 manufacturing plants, 35 sales offices and 13 subsidiaries in Japan.