BS 5489-1 Code of Practice for the Design of Road Lighting Released

BS 5489-1:2013 is a revision of the British Standard for road lighting design that provides additional guidance to the BS EN 13201 series.

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BIP 2081 :2012 A Guide to Emergency Lighting

Fire safety legislation places considerable responsibility on all those involved in designing, installing and manufacturing emergency lighting systems, to meet fire safety risk assessments.

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BS EN 40-3-3 :2013 Lighting Columns Verification by Calculation Just Issued

BS EN 40-3-3 :2013
Lighting columns. Design and verification. Verification by calculation

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BS EN 40-3-2 :2013 Lighting Columns Verification by Testing Just Issued

BS EN 40-3-2 :2013
Lighting columns. Design and verification. Verification by testing

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BS EN 40-3-1 :2013 Lighting Columns Specification for Characteristic Loads Just Issued

BS EN 40-3-1 :2013
Lighting columns. Design and verification. Specification for characteristic loads

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BS 7211: 1998 renamed and Superseded by BS 7211: 2012

BS 7211: 2012
Electric cables - Thermosetting insulated and thermoplastic sheathed cables for voltages up to and including 450/750 V for electric power and lighting and having low emission of smoke and corrosive gases when affected by fire.
Supersedes BS 7211: 1998 which remains current

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BS 6004 2000 has been renamed and replaced by BS 6004 2012

BS 6004   2012
Electric cables - PVC insulated and PVC sheathed cables for voltages up to and including 300/500 V, for electric power and lighting
Publication date: 30 September 2012
Replaces BS 6004: 2000 which remains current and partially replaces BS 7919:2001

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BSI PAS 2030 Consultation Announcement

BSI has launched its Consultation on proposed revisions to PAS 2030, the standard against which installation companies wishing to participate in the Green Deal will be certified.

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Can You Afford Not To Have An Energy Audit?

The first step towards reducing energy consumption and increasing energy efficiency is to carry out an energy audit. BS EN 16247-1 Energy audits helps to identify energy saving opportunities within your organisation allowing you to deal with waste and inefficiencies and improve your returns on investment.

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