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To comply with the DDA Act of 2004 public access buildings designed over more than a single storey should provide a refuge point on landing areas where disabled visitors and staff report to in the event of an emergency. When fire alarms are activated lift doors are designed to return to ground floor and remain open so they cannot be used to escape. Any person requiring assistance to evacuate attends the refuge point and operates the refuge alarm system to communicate via speech with building management or the fire authorities. All systems comply fully with BS5839 part 9 and also BS5588.

Disabled Refuge Alarm Systems

For over 10 years, First City have supplied, designed, installed and maintained both simple and complex emergency disabled refuge call and alarm systems for corporate, commercial, retail and public sector organisations, including healthcare and education across the UK

Here are some of the Disabled Refuge Alarm Systems we provide

  • Fire Telephone

  • Disabled Refuge Call
  • Toilet Alarm

  • Voice Alarm

  • Refuge Call Master Control Panels

  • Refuge Call Outstation Handset
  • Refuge Call Outstation Handset & IP65 Enclosure Option