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BSI - BS 5266-1

Emergency lighting Part 1: Code of practice for the emergency lighting of premises

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Organization: BSI
Publication Date: 1 December 2005
Status: inactive
Page Count: 35
ICS Code (Other electrical accessories): 29.120.99
ICS Code (Interior lighting): 91.160.10
ICS Code (Accident and disaster control): 13.200
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To be read in conjunction with BS EN 1838:1999,BS EN 50172:2004

Document History

May 31, 2016
Emergency lighting - Part 1: Code of practice for the emergency escape lighting of premises
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November 30, 2011
Emergency lighting - Part 1: Code of practice for the emergency escape lighting of premises
To be read in conjunction with BS EN 1838,BS EN 50172
November 30, 2011
Emergency lighting - Part 1: Code of practice for the emergency escape lighting of premises
A description is not available for this item.
BS 5266-1
December 1, 2005
Emergency lighting Part 1: Code of practice for the emergency lighting of premises
To be read in conjunction with BS EN 1838:1999,BS EN 50172:2004
October 15, 1999
Emergency Lighting - Part 1: Code of Practice for the Emergency Lighting of Premises Other Than Cinemas and Certain Other Specified Premises Used for Entertainment
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February 29, 1988
Emergency Lighting Part 1: Code of Practice for the Emergency Lighting of Premises Other Than Cinemas and Certain Other Specified Premises Used for Entertainment
Recommendations for providing adequate illumination for the safety of persons in the event of interruption of the normal lighting having due regard to the hazard level and degree of familiarity of...
July 31, 1975
Code of practice for Emergency Lighting Part 1: Code of Practice for the Emergency Lighting of Premises Other Than Cinemas and Certain Other Specified Premises Used for Entertainment
Recommendations for the clear indication and safe level of illumination of escape routes in the event of failure of normal lighting. Minimum continuous periods of operation based on size, type and...

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