Light Boss Safety And Compliance

Meet your virtual Lighting Engineer

Light Boss™ remotely monitors your emergency lighting circuits, operates when needed and alerts you if there’s a problem. Critically, it automatically self-tests and certifies your emergency lighting remotely with no engineers needed at site! Automate routine and periodic emergency light testing.

With a new era of low-touch SMART lighting solutions (IoT) we guarantee a dramatic reduction of site visits and related costs.

Be SMART and ensure your building meets emergency compliance obligations

Remote emergency self-testing from Light Boss™ complies fully with your test and reporting obligations under BS 5266 1:2011 and BS EN 62034:2012.

As per the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order (RRFSO) 2005 the Responsible Person is charged with control of the safety of everyone in the building, whether living, working or visiting.

This duty of care includes a provision for emergency lighting. Their legal requirement is that this must be installed into buildings in case of a mains power failure, providing sufficient illumination to allow occupants and users to evacuate the building safely. Its purpose is to turn on automatically, for the rated duration (1 3Hr) where mains power has failed.

The objective is to allow all buildings users to escape or evacuate from the building safely. The ‘Responsible Person(s)’ can be the building owner, landlord, maintainer or other designated person. They have control over safety systems within the premises and are obligated by law to maintain emergency lighting. Part of this obligation is to test Emergency lighting monthly and annually. Results of maintenance and testing must be reported and held to demonstrate compliance with the BS5266 regulations.

For more information on how Light Boss™ (wireless) connected lighting control meets full compliance standards click here

Light Boss™ digitises safety and meets your building compliance objectives – whilst saving your organisation money

Did you know?

£100k

The amount a retailer was fined after found guilty for having no risk assessment, little staff training and no fire alarm response process

£100k

The amount Tata Steelworks Wales were fined when the lighting in their factory failed, resulting in employees injured by molten metal

50%+

Of Emergency Lighting Schemes would not work in case of an emergency*

56%

Of organisations fail to update their safety systems following refurbishments.

Are you responsible for Emergency Lighting or Compliance? Take our 10 minute desktop demo which will answer your questions instantly

Meet your Virtual Lighting Engineer – from the comfort of your chair!
We will show you how easy it is to schedule a remote Emergency Light Test or view multi-site emergency lighting faults within seconds. We’ll demonstrate how routine and periodic tests are digitally archived for organisational use.
Say goodbye to Fire Risk Assessments (FRA’s) and enforcements for good!

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