Sandwell Council House, Oldbury
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Sandwell Council House, Oldbury

Emergency Lighting

With such a large open plan office and over 200 employees to keep safe, ensuring that the emergency lighting systems were upgraded throughout Sandwell Council House was paramount.

The emergency lighting system was upgraded throughout the offices. In addition to emergency exit signs, recessed emergency downlights were installed around the working spaces and meeting rooms. The right emergency lighting ensures that people remain calm and quickly exit the building in the event of a severe emergency, such as a fire.

Emergency lighting can also be used to allow people to continue working inside the building in the event of a power cut or non-threatening loss of mains power.

As the large office space is substantially above 60m2, it requires an illumination level of 0.5 lux on the ground in order for people to quickly identify and make their way to escape routes. High output emergency luminaires highlight escape routes for occupants, ensuring that the building is a safe place to work.

All Tamlite Sales Engineers are LIA certified, and our Technical Design team have over 100 combined years of experience in lighting design. As members of RELUX, they are able to design bespoke project solutions.

As a BAFE certified company, Tamlite Lighting emergency lighting system designs are confirmed to be compliant with British emergency lighting standards, providing peace of mind to our customers.

Tamlite is also a member of the ICEL (Industry Committee of Emergency Lighting), a division of the LIA, representing the highest level of legislation in terms of luminaire quality, specialising in emergency lighting.

Take a look at the main office case study, or contact our team for more information.