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.
Knauf Insulation has designed and supplied a bespoke insulation product to be used in the construction of the European Bioenergy Research Institute at Aston University in Birmingham.
In 2009, the fatal fire at Lakanal House, Camberwell, proved a tragic reminder of the importance of effective fire detection and alarm systems. Here, Peter Lackey, product marketing manager from ADT Fire & Security advises on the importance of designing effective systems for high-rise, multiple occupancy buildings…
The old Minerva based fire detection system at St John’s, one of NHS Lothian’s hospitals, has been upgraded by ADT Fire & Security to a fully digital addressable MZX system, with signals reliably and instantly transmitted from the fire detector to the control panel. The experienced ADT engineers worked closely with the hospital estate team to ensure there there was no disruption to the 24/7 healthcare facilities during the upgrade.