Ensuring safety and reassurance for the disabled.
We are a BAFE SP203-1 fire alarm registered company and with over 25 years’ experience in the field, you can trust that when it comes to your safety, you are in the best of hands. We pride ourselves on offering an efficient and reliable service where customers can utilise our services with confidence. Whether you are a large cooperation or a smaller outfit looking for a bespoke design for your business, we can tailor specific facility functionalities to suit your needs. When it comes to specific considerations, our team have the knowledge and expertise to ensure accessibility is at the forefront for any refuge or disabled WC project. The team at Network Security and Alarms can provide a quotation to best suit your business needs
In 1995, the Disability Discrimination Act (DDA) made it mandatory for all facilities and service providers that serve and are open to the public must take steps to provide access for disabled people, however large or small the establishment. This results in businesses having a duty of care to provide aids and services as such enabling disabled people to be appropriately cared for in any situation. As a DDA complaint disabled fire alarm installer, we are also aware that for commercial projects, current building regulations insist that all new commercial buildings with more than one storey and lift access must provide refuge areas. Therefore, it is crucial that all areas of any project, no matter the size are mapped out thoroughly and carefully considered at each stage of the project.
Refuge alarms or emergency voice communication systems (EVCS) are designed to work as a dual call messaging device. They provide that all-important audio communication between the person(s) involved in a specific evacuation in a refuge area and the fire service carrying out the emergency rescue. With our expertise and experience in this service for over 25 years, we can provide and install disabled refuge systems into commercial buildings and businesses providing reassurance and assistance for businesses if an emergency arises.
An example of our respected work in this division took place at Cowes Enterprise College in the Isle of Wight. After a competitive tendering process, we were awarded to design, supply, install and commission the fire and security systems across the complete school site; a large part of this project consisted of refuge telephone and disabled toilet alarms. This case study further supports our proven track record of working in a multitude of organisations and variety of businesses in the education sector demonstrating our experience and quality over the years.
Please click on the PDFs below to find the specification sheets for the Cameo Systems Hark Toilet Alarm and the Cameo Systems Orbital RS16 disabled refuge system
Network Security and Alarms provide user-friendly disabled toilet alarms for businesses and facilities. All our disabled toilet alarm systems are in compliance with the commercial building regulations. In the event of an emergency, a ceiling pull cord activates audible and visual alarms alerting external parties that assistance is required and on its way. Please click on the PDF below for the Cameo Systems Ltd HARK (Help Alarm Response Kit) disabled toilet alarm information sheet.
If you would like to learn more about our disabled toilet alarm systems, it would be great to hear from you. Please contact us with any enquiries you may have.CSL - HARK info
Read our security case studies to see how we have helped our clients, the solutions we offered and exceptional standards achieved.