Panic alarms are ideal for:
- vulnerable staff members
- lone workers
- the elderly or infirm
They are increasingly used in schools, hospitals and for lone workers such as security guards and night time shift workers.
Panic alarms can either be used as a personal alarm, worn round the neck or attached to a belt or can be fixed in a single position; for instance under a desk. They can be hard wired or wireless, making positioning very flexible and can be silent oraudible as desired. If connected to an alarm panel, a keyholder can be alerted in response to a single "push" of the button.
If a police responseis required, a double "push" of the panic alarm button will call them to the location.
Integrated with an alarm system:
Panic alarms can easily be integrated with alarm systems so that if a keyholder is not contactable, attention can be drawn via the property's alarm system.
For all your panic alarm needs, please contact us on 0117 911 8205 or fill in our on-line form with your enquiry. We will get back to you within one working day.