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Lighting & Emergency Light Repair Services

Keep your lights on with our lighting and emergency lighting repair and maintenance service. We take care of your lighting installations with quality products. Contact us today to book a service.

Emergency Lighting Services

Technician performing emergency lighting maintenance

Repair

Emergency Lighting as part of your specified systems should be tested, maintained, and a Form 12a issued for your annual Building Warrant of Fitness.

In most of the buildings—while we are testing and completing repairs on your Emergency Lighting—the electricians check all your common area lighting as part of our service.

New Emergency Lighting Installations

For new Emergency Lighting installations, you can either provide us with an installation plan, or we can arrange to have this completed for you.

Maintenance

Based on your compliance schedule* requirement, we will label and set up a maintenance schedule to ensure that everything is inspected and maintained to comply with your annual Building Warrant of Fitness.

*to find out more about lighting compliance, see below.

Keeping Your Lights On!

Get your Emergency Lighting checked today. Let us put together a maintenance plan to give you peace of mind.

About Lighting Compliance & PASLR Services

Lighting Compliance

The Building Act (2004) and The Building Amendment Act (2012) are legislation administered by your local council.

Part of these Acts is the Compliance Schedule for each building—which describes the inspection, maintenance, and reporting procedures for all specified systems.

Through PASLR, all maintenance is automatically scheduled and your Form 12a is issued and sent to your Building Warrant of Fitness agent seamlessly.

Testing

Emergency Lighting as part of your specified systems should be tested, maintained, and a Form 12a issued for your annual Building Warrant of Fitness.

In most of the buildings—while we are testing and completing repairs on your Emergency Lighting—the electricians check all your common area lighting as part of our service.

IQP Registration

PASLR is a specialist in Emergency Light testing, repairs and has been registered as an Independent Qualified Persons (IQP) since 1991.

Efficiency and Accountability

At PASLR, we promise efficiency and accountability with all our work. All on-road teams are fully qualified and our vehicles are fully stocked with most lamp types, ensuring that any repairs and/or lamp changes can be completed at the time of the testing—saving you additional costs at a later date.

  • All fittings are identified with our unique numbering system and every repair made on the emergency fittings is logged.
  • All new battery installations are individually labelled with a serial number to track their life.

New Installations – Your plans or ours

For new Emergency Lighting installations, our clients generally have a plan for us to install to, or we can arrange to have this completed for you.

Ongoing Maintenance

Based on your compliance schedule, we will identify and fit emergency light fittings, as well as inspect and maintain them throughout the year, to ensure that they meet your annual Building Warrant of Fitness.

Who is responsible for keeping you and your staff safe in an emergency?

During an emergency, who is responsible for keeping you and your staff/colleagues safe? Depending on the circumstance, responsibility during an emergency or power outage could fall on the tenant or property manager.

Make sure you know whose job it is and ensure you’re prepared so that you and your colleagues can exit the building safely during an emergency.

Safety first: be prepared for all circumstances

Do you have staff working late? What happens if the power goes out? Are your lights maintained?

When lights go out in an office during the day with lots of natural light, exiting the building should be relatively easy. However, if it is evening, or your building has access to limited natural light, finding your bearings and exiting safely could be difficult. Add an emergency into the mix—such as a fire—and people tend to start panicking and rushing about. During these times, having effective emergency lighting to help calm and direct people to the exit is paramount.

Emergency lighting is intended to be used for emergency egress only, not to carry on using when the power goes out. It has a limited time period that it will run for, then it will switch off and you won’t be able to safely exit the building. It is designed so you can exit out safely with a clear pathway that you can see.