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Unit 6B Stonecross Ind. Park

Yew Tree Way
Christie Kelly
Tel +44 (0) 1942 433 502
Frances Ffitch
Tel +44 (0) 1942 433 502
Jane Rylands
Tel +44 (0) 1942 433 502 Overview
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Ansell Lighting


We design and manufacture internal and external lighting solutions for customers across the whole spectrum of the public and private sectors, with quality and sustainability at the heart of our operations.

 Ansell Lighting has developed lasting partnerships with a wide range of sectors, including:

·      Education

·      Commercial

·      Hospitality

·      Healthcare

·      Residential

·      Retail

·      Ancillary

·      Industrial

Established in 1992, we have grown to become a global operator with bases in Warrington and Belfast and state-of-the-art showrooms in Belfast, Warrington, Madrid and Dublin, supplying to more than 26 countries.


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CPD Material (6)

Multiple CPD formats
Fire and Fire Safety - Surface Spread of Flame TP(a) and TP(b)
Supporting individuals to understand the legislations and requirements around fire rated lighting within buildings in order to slow the spread of fire in an emergency. This CPD examines the legislation from England, Scotland and Wales and will detail the areas of a building requiring these fire rated products. The CPD will explain the recommendations of the various codes and how they should be applied to assist compliance with Fire Safety legislation.

In this CPD session, we will also examine the detail of 'Fire and Fire Safety - Surface spread of flame TP(a) and TP(b)'. We will explain the room layout restrictions for TP(a) and TP(b) rated products for each region as well as detail the testing procedure and differences between the two.

By the end of this CPD seminar, delegates should:

1. Know and understand the regional legislation regarding fire safety in lighting particularly TP(a) and TP(b) rated.
2. Know which areas of a building require such rated products and local legislation around this.
3. Understand layout restrictions regarding the installation of these types of products for each region.
4. Know testing procedures for TP(a) and TP(b) products.
5. Know relevant consulted information and further official documents.
Knowledge level:
General Awareness
Material type: Online Learning
Material type: Seminar
Multiple CPD formats
Emergency Lighting Legislation - Are you still compliant?
Supporting individuals to evacuate buildings safely in the event of an emergency, emergency lighting is a legal requirement in all public, commercial and high occupancy residential buildings.

In this CPD session, 'Emergency Lighting Legislation - Are you still compliant? This CPD will guide you through the different types of emergency lighting, the purpose each serves and the latest legislation and standards governing its use. Emergency Lighting Legislation - Are you still compliant?' will cover the installation, maintenance and inspection of emergency lighting and explore the emerging new methods of controlling and monitoring emergency lighting installations to ensure compliance.

By the end of this seminar you should:

1. Have an understanding of Emergency Lighting and what the regulations are and the codes of practice.
2. Have an understanding the different types of emergency lighting and its placement in a building.
3. Know what lighting is compliant e.g. minimum lux levels, sizes of rooms requiring lighting etc.
Knowledge level:
General Awareness
Material type: Online Learning
Material type: Seminar
Multiple CPD formats
How to Create an Interoperable Environment that Delivers Truly Smart Lighting
As the demand for smart lighting control solutions in the built environment continues to intensify, the need for buildings to run as safely and cost - effectively as possible whilst ensuring the wellbeing of their occupants is greater than it has ever been. Building operators can now safely monitor and control energy, lighting, use of space, emergency system maintenance and much more. However, for smart lighting to truly fulfil its potential in the commercial space, the most critical challenge to overcome is achieving interoperability.

This CPD has been designed to provide guidance for professionals on the true potential of smart lighting, offers an understanding of the different technologies available and looks at the application of smart lighting to new projects.
Knowledge level:
General Awareness
Material type: Online Learning
Material type: Seminar


Ansell Lighting has CPD Materials in the following areas: -

RIBA Core Curriculum areas