When the power goes off in a building, people look to the emergency lighting to guide them to safety. In a fire, where visibility may be limited due to smoke and flames, emergency lighting is especially critical. It can help prevent panic, minimize injuries and protect lives.
Unfortunately, emergency lights don’t always get the inspection and maintenance necessary to ensure that they will work when you need them most. That’s where FireMaster comes in.
Our emergency lighting inspection and maintenance services reach beyond the “button test.” That’s important, because the button test is only a quick check. It doesn’t verify whether the unit will operate for 90 minutes, as required by NFPA 101 and other standards, during a power loss.