Emergency & Exit Lighting Inspection, Testing & Sales

Emergency lights and emergency exit lighting are essential for maintaining a safe workplace. They help keep order in your building, prevent panic, enable safe movement throughout, and contribute to timely evacuation. At Keller Fire and Safety, we specialize in exit and emergency lighting testing services and can help you install and maintain safe emergency/exit lighting in your facility.

Why is Exit & Emergency Lighting so Important?

Ensuring the operational readiness of exit and emergency lighting is an
ongoing responsibility for building managers, and it is also an OSHA 1910
and NFPA 101 Life Safety Code requirement.
Keller Fire and Safety, helps ensure your emergency lighting system’s
batteries, battery charging systems, bulbs, and other hardware receive the
attention they require to perform when you need them to.
An annual emergency lighting testing and inspection appointment will help
ensure that:
 The lights will work during an emergency
 Facility security will be functional in the event of an emergency
 Emergency egress from your building will be safe
 System downtime will be minimized
 Costs from injury and claims will be reduced

Our Emergency Lighting Testing & Inspection Process

During the emergency lighting testing and inspection process, our trained professionals will:

  • Inspect units for proper installation and for secure mounting
  • Inspect for correct location and quantity of lights for occupancy
  • Perform load test of batteries with electronic load simulator
  • Verify proper charging voltage of unit
  • Inspect bulbs for proper operation and illumination
  • Test in place utilizing the built-in test switch that simulates a power outage

Some jurisdictions require a 90-minute discharge test per NFPA 101 that can also be provided at an additional cost. If an issue arises during your inspection, the experts at Keller Fire and Safety can provide efficient and reliable emergency lighting repair.

How Often Should You Test Emergency Lighting?

To keep up compliance standards and ensure that your emergency fire protection system is reliable and ready to perform in the event of a potential disaster, you should test your emergency lighting system monthly. Testing your emergency lighting system involves a brief functional test and may include simulating a system failure.

Contact us online or by phone at (913) 371-8494
to schedule Exit Light services.