DMS (Deaf Message Service) is a new fire safety product that informs deaf or hard of hearing people when the fire alarm sounds in a public place like a supermarket, shopping centre or library.
Deaf Alerter, providers of radio-based emergency communication systems for disabled people, has announced they are teaming up with the market leading emergency evacuation chair provider, Evac+Chair.
Nick Rutter, MD of Sprue Safety Products, highlights the dangers of ‘the silent killer’, carbon monoxide (CO), after lives were saved because of vital warnings provided by a FireAngel alarm after a deadly CO leak from Pauline Smith’s neighbours flat in Romford, Essex.
Exhibiting at FIREX - on stand 3/C12 - enables CIF to promote its services for the construction industry including fire resistance testing and assessment, site surveys, bespoke research and testing and fire services training. BM TRADA Certification will also be alongside CIF to promote its products for fire door manufacturers, installers and maintainers. CIF will also be presenting twice at the Facilities Show, running alongside FIREX.
Case study looks at the rolling programme to install Aico mains powered Carbon Monoxide (CO) alarms throughout Plymouth Community Homes properties. CO alarm features Aico RadioLINK Professional wireless interconnection technology, enabling the alarms to be added to the existing Aico smoke alarm systems already fitted.