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You may have emergency and exit lights in all the right places, but that does little good in an emergency if those lights haven’t been properly maintained. Total Fire Protection has a dedicated team of trained technicians who ensure that your emergency and exit lights are properly placed, functional tested, and working correctly.

A Total Fire Protection technician starts by surveying your facility to determine the age and placement of lights and then testing each light for functionality. Our technician executes a quick check to test all operations. They will then perform an operational test to reveal whether your lights are ready to provide 90 minutes of illumination if a power failure occurs.

You have our assurance that your facility is up to code. Your employees and customers are safe because we carry all the parts and equipment to maintain your emergency and exit lighting fixtures.

Are exit lights & emergency lights required to be inspected?

According to the National Fire Protection Agency (NFPA) 101: Life Safety Code, all exit lights and emergency lights must be inspected and tested monthly and annually.

Additionally, OSHA, the International Fire Code, the International Building Code, and others all provide codes regulating inspection and maintenance of your structure’s exit and emergency lighting.

Finally, your Local Authority Having Jurisdiction (AHJ) makes the final call for your exit and emergency lights according to the standards and rules.

EXIT & EMERGENCY LIGHTING SERVICES:

24 HOUR

EMERGENCY SERVICE

TOTAL FIRE PROTECTION is here for you around the clock, seven days a week!

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Maintenance Schedule

Monthly

  • 30-second push test on all battery-operated emergency & exit lights
  • Inspect housing for physical damage
  • Check AC/DC lamps or bulbs for damage
  • Verify lamps are illuminated and aimed in the correct direction
  • Maintain monthly log for inspection by the authority having jurisdiction (AHJ)

Annually

  • Perform the required 90 min test & inspection, described in NFPA 101, sec. 7.9.3.
  • Check the condition & voltage of the battery and verify the manufacturer date
  • Check AC/DC lamps or bulbs for damage
  • Maintain annual log for inspection by the authority having jurisdiction (AHJ)

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