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Fire safety in Hospitality

Fireco in the hospitality sector

Dorgard, Dorgard Pro and Freedor keep fire doors open legally and safely, closing them on the sound of the alarm. The benefits are:

  • Easier access for guests with luggage or staff with trays and trolleys
  • Compliance with fire regulations
  • Improved ventilation, particularly useful in hot kitchens or busy function rooms

Deafgard alerts deaf and hard of hearing people in an emergency; it is placed under a pillow and vibrates if an alarm sounds. DMS alerts deaf and hard of hearing people via text message to their mobile phone when an alarm sounds. The benefits are:

  • Compliance with regulations
  • Assurance for deaf and hard of hearing guests that they will be alerted in an emergency and will have time to evacuate safely

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A guide to hotel fire safety

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