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Emergency lighting log book for systems designed to BS5266: Part 1 and compiled by a BSI Registered Emergency Lighting Engineer with over 25 years experience in the design and management of emergency lighting systems.

Suitable for self-contained and centrally powered systems.

A4 format with durable, wipe-clean plastic laminated cover, 38 pages.

Easy to use tick box system to record the monthly test for up to 204 emergency lights.

Inclusion of the individual test records for each emergency light is a highly convenient feature that enables you to dispose of the record cards supplied with the emergency lights and keep all your test records within one document.

A record for each emergency light must be kept as it forms essential documentation within one of the product standards with which BS5266 Part 1 demands you comply and because the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 requires your records to be sufficiently detailed that the scope and extent of any work can be ascertained from inspection. Our tick-box system makes it quick and easy to do this.

Section for test keyswitch locations and to detail which fittings are connected to each switch.

Test record for central battery system or static inverter (where fitted).

Includes certificates for design, installation, verification (commissioning) and completion. Keeps the records together in one place for reference.

Includes an adoption certificate to assess the conformity of an existing installation.

Sections to detail faults and repairs and other information that BS5266 requires the manager to maintain about the emergency lighting system.

What is this?

Syam’s emergency lighting log book enables the manager of a premises to maintain a record of the monthly and annual emergency lighting tests that are required by law.

Why is this important?

The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 applies to all premises other than a domestic dwelling. A record of testing for the emergency lighting must be kept as one of the essential documents demanded by this law. Failure to keep a record of emergency lighting tests and maintenance is a criminal offence on the part of the individual responsible, normally the manager.

How long will the log book last?

This log book will record the monthly tests for 200 fittings for one year, for 100 fittings it can be used for two years and for 50 fittings, four years. For larger system use one log book per floor or area.