If a fire occurs in your premises, making sure everyone knows about it is vital to ensure their safety. We offer a range of fire alarms to suit all types and sizes of buildings, including systems tailored to those with special requirements, such hearing and visual impairments. By quickly and effectively alerting the people on your premises to the risk of fire you can minimise the risk of injury or loss of life, as well as being confident that you are meeting your legal duty of care.
Alarms for the deaf and visually impaired
As well as standard alarms, we also offer fire alarms for the deaf and visually impaired. This includes specially amplified alarm sounders as well as installations that include strobing lights and vibrating pads. These upgrades can usually be easily integrated into existing fire safety systems allowing you to quickly add adequate protection for those with special requirements.
Voice alarm systems
In some circumstances it can be advantageous to offer specific instructions to people on your premises in the event of a fire or other emergency. This can be achieved via the use of a public address system connected to your other fire systems. You can either use a pre-recorded messages or have the PA system set up for live broadcasting, allow the delivery of instructions in real time.
Door access control systems
In buildings with door access control, it is important to make sure that this does not prevent safe evacuation in an emergency. Your fire safety systems can be tied into your door access controls, allowing them to open automatically when an alarm sounds. This allows people to exit safely while also providing easy access for firefighters and other emergency response personnel.
24 hour remote monitoring
Our fire alarm systems can be used with 24 hour remote monitoring offering you peace of mind around the clock. If an alarm sounds outside of normal hours, monitoring staff can liaise with the appropriate authorities and contact the named emergency contacts within your organisation to ensure an effective response.