Emergency voice communications systems can have several different elements within any given building, including disabled refuge systems, fire telephone systems, paging systems (for people with hearing difficulties) and disabled toilet alarms.
Within the Equality Act -2010, formerly The Disability Discrimination Act, it is the responsibility of all companies to ensure that access to buildings and services is available to everyone, removing any form of discrimination.
We supply and install emergency voice communication (EVC) systems to provide two-way communication during the evacuation of a building during a fire or other emergency. The EVC system not only allows firefighters to communicate with one another during emergency situations but also allows additional communication with disabled persons and members of the public seeking assistance. All our systems meet the requirements of BS5839 Part 9.