These systems have been available for sometime, yet have more recently been requested to play a more vital role in the management of a potential emergency incident. They are also frequently installed to assist with the DDA and refuge requirements, and for this reason it is vital that they are designed, installed and commissioned to the BS5839 Pt9 Standard, something Hallmark Fire are well placed to provide and advise upon.
Facilities for the hard of hearing are required by both the building regulations Approved Document M and by the DDA in places where the public need to hear information or where customers are separated from staff by a glass partition. The Hallmark induction loop amplifier range will satisfy the requirements of both pieces of legislation with the minimum of disruption, and can be designed into all applications such as Schools, Public Areas, Offices, Lifts, Help Points, Desks etc. We also offer visual and tactile alarm devices for the hearing and impaired.
This range of disabled person toilet alarms and single zone call systems are among the best selling in the UK. Available in two popular kit formats they offer reliable and cost effective solution to calling for urgent assistance. To operate, the user simply pulls the cord of the ceiling pull to activate a light and sounder outside the room. Other options available include remote sounders (for staffed areas), wall call points, overdoor light and multi-zone call controllers for larger installations
has been designed to provide support and reassurance to those living and working in nursing and residential care homes. Residents are provided with a simple, clear means of calling for assistance and staff can rest assured they will be instantly alerted to calls wherever they are in the buildingMORE