Cooper gains emergency-lighting certification

Published:  01 September, 2011

Cooper Lighting & Safety, emergency lighting testing

Cooper Lighting & Safety claims to have become the first manufacturer of emergency lighting to gain certification under the new SP203-4 scheme. Launched by British Approvals for Fire Equipment in March 2011, the scheme provides independent third-party certification that a supplier is competent to provide services such as design, commissioning and maintenance of an emergency-lighting systems.

This scheme will be of particular interest to responsible persons as specified by the Fire Safety Order who are legally obliged to ensure that anyone working on emergency lighting is competent to do so.

For more information on this story, click here:  Sept 2011, 205

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