Current Building Regulations recognise this and insist all new non-domestic multistorey buildings provide ‘refuge’ areas where people with reduced mobility can call for assistance
Simple, effective two-way communication in these areas is essential, firstly to assist rescue teams in determining where assistance is required and secondly to reassure people help is on the way. Comsec has vast experience in the Design, supply and installation of disabled refuge communication systems and we can carry out surveys and make recommendations in line with building regulations and current best practice.
Emergency Voice Communication System
An emergency voice communication system is a life safety intercom system designed to operate reliably in a fire alarm emergency. Its equipment and wiring must be monitored for faults that might occur prior to the emergency and its cabling and battery backup supply must ensure it keeps working during the emergency.
Any area where people with reduced mobility might be found. Commercial centres, office blocks. hospitals etc.
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