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Luminance measuring device ensures emergency lighting compliance
BSI, the business improvement company, has invested in a GL OPTICAM 1.0 luminance measuring camera, from Analytik to verify emergency lighting product compliance
Glamox supplies lighting to low-emission shuttle tankers
LED lighting specialist Glamox has been chosen as a supplier of lighting to four new shuttle tankers that will be owned and operated by Teekay Offshore
Glamox supplies lighting to Martin Linge Floating Storage and Offloading vessel in the North Sea
As part of a major conversion project, lighting solutions specialist Glamox has supplied a variety of LED lighting to the former shuttle tanker Hanne Knutsen
First smart warehouse of its kind in Europe with Gamma Illumination
Philips OEM wireless high bay system has created the first smart warehouse of its kind in Europe with Gamma Illumination
Poor industrial lighting costing UK £1.4bn a year
An estimated 75% of UK industrial lighting installations don’t meet current industry design standards and could be costing the UK as much as £1.4bn a year, according to research from Eriks UK.
Sick laser scanner brings interactive sculpture to life
BS 5266-1 revision - how and why?
An art installation has used Sick LMS Laser scanners in a surprising new way to create a fascinating interactive experience as part of Canary Wharf’s Winter Lights Festival.
The small, rugged LMS ...
Changes to European standards and UK legislation have now been factored into a revision of the emergency lighting Code of Practice BS 5266-1. ICEL, the emergency lighting arm of the Lighting Industry ...
Training is vital to keep up to speed
Continuing professional development (CPD) has become more important in an industrial environment as the increasing number of standards means it’s hard to keep up to speed. Stewart Damonsing of safety ...
A review of LED regs
As part of the ongoing mission to reduce carbon costs, many organisations are turning to LED lighting to provide a sustainable option for their buildings. And, as Darren Rose of CAM Specialist ...
Safe working in marine and hazardous areas
Chalmit has introduced a new floodlight combining maintenance-free LED technology and a self contained back-up battery, designed for use in Zone 1 hazardous areas and harsh marine environments. The ...
Providing protection and efficiency
One year on from the implementation of the new British Standard EN 61549 for fragment retention lamps, the impact it has had on the industrial sector is clear for all to see. Stewart Damonsing, ...
Be safe, not sorry
ICEL, the emergency lighting arm of the Lighting Industry Federation (LIF), stress that all relevant emergency lighting regulations, and the standards that support them, should be complied with to ...
Raising the standard
GlassGuard sales director Chris Payne explains the importance of the fragment retention lamp standards launched last year, and how using compliant lamps can offer peace of mind and best practice in ...
Making light work of waste disposal
Waste management is now a key part of any sustainability project and Lumicom’s Ernest Magog explains the vital role of disposing of end of life lighting products. In order to reduce its environmental ...
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