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If the fire alarm system is alerted who comes out?
It goes without saying if the fire alarm is activated and a fire detected then the emergency services are called. But in the event the building is empty, perhaps it’s the weekend or factory shutdown period, who then responds to the fire alarm, and then in turn alerts the fire brigade? According to government statistics, 67% of major fires occur when buildings are unoccupied.
This is when we step in with our 24/7 fire alarm monitoring service. Connecting your fire alarm to a monitoring centre will ensure a prompt response from the Fire Service whatever the time of day, saving valuable minutes, and minimising potential loss. We have knowledge, experience and training in a wide range of fire alarm monitoring systems, with guaranteed work that safeguards your building.
Fire Compliance Services are able to install a range of fire alarm monitoring options, these include:
DualCom GPRS – With a history of reliability DualCom GPRS, from CSL DualCom Limited, is a fire alarm signalling device that uses the mobile network and your telephone and/or IP path to alert there is a fire on your premises.
Redcare – The most widely recognised fire monitoring system, Redcare uses dual path signalling, meaning it uses both phone line and a GSM path to communicate to the Alarm Receiving Centre (ARC). Redcare is limited by usage as they only use BT lines hence alternative products for monitoring have increased in prevalence.
Emizon – Using IP technology, Emizone has been designed to replace the traditional PSTN phone line that is usually required for dual path signalling. Increasing in popularity, Emizon is fast becoming the upgrade choice for fire alarm monitoring as it’s flexible and operates over broadband.