CPD Presentations

We are able to provide CPD accredited presentations on a range of emergency lighting related subjects.

Our CPD presentations are accredited by CPD Limited or by CIBSE. The subjects include detailed explanations of current legislation relating to emergency lighting and standards to which systems and products must comply.

In addition, our CPD accredited presentations cover explanations of technologies used for emergency lighting systems, such as the advantages of new battery technologies and wireless networks.

Our presentations are normally provided as either an on-line or in-person presentation to an audience which may include consultant specifiers, fire officers or large estate managers who are interested in obtaining more in-depth knowledge of specific emergency lighting related subjects. Attendance attracts accredited CPD points according to the duration of the presentation.

Please speak to a member of the P4 sales team for details and availability.

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Technical Briefings

Our technical briefings cover emergency lighting compliance, a reminder of the requirements of BS5266 May 2016, an overview of P4 itself and our emergency lighting products. The content is ideal for anyone involved in emergency lighting, such as estate managers, compliance officers, consultant specifiers, fire officers and “responsible persons”.

The briefing will be delivered by a P4 Area Sales Manager at your premises or online at no cost.

Whilst not a formal accredited CPD, we will issue a one-hour knowledge transfer certificate to each attendee that qualifies as CPD learning time.

Email: info@p4fastel.co.uk or telephone 01328 850555

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Agenda as follows:

  • Introduction to P4
  • What is Emergency Lighting? Do I need to provide Emergency Lighting?
  • Emergency Lighting Legislation, Standards and Obligations
  • Reminder of BS5266 Part 1: 2016 requirements
  • Emergency Lighting Design Requirements
  • Testing Requirements
  • Emergency Lighting Developments
  • P4 Solutions
  • Summary
  • Q & A