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Fire safety in Healthcare

How can we help business premises with fire safety and germ control?

Whether you work in an office environment, supermarket, warehouse or another business environment, we can help you protect your staff and make coming back to work easy, safe and productive. We can tailor systems to your building needs, with solutions that are suitable for every budget.

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  • Assist with germ control

Our hold-open devices allow you to keep fire doors open compliantly and close them automatically when the alarm sounds. Keeping fire doors open reduces the number of times people need to touch the door handles, which reduces cross-contamination and the spread of germs.

Our Smart Sanitising System gives you more control over the use of hand sanitiser in your building through digital signage and optional access control integration.

  • Improve access

Make access easy for staff and residents, and for the movement of goods through your building. Retaining heavy fire doors is empowering for disabled people or anyone with mobility issues.

  • Improve ventilation

Keeping your doors open will allow airflow through your building, making a fresher and cooler environment for staff.

  • Comply with regulations

Our systems can help you monitor the safety and security of your building and send you an alert if an alarm sounds. They enable you to manage germ control and fire safety, while complying with regulations.

Read our case studies to see how our products work in business premises

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Some Of Our Door Closers Are Missing

Some Of Our Door Closers Are Missing

For those of us that know our RRFSO’s from our BS7273-4’s, there’s no question that fire doors save lives and that the weight associated with operating a fire door is a necessary evil, a symptom of those innocuous-looking closers that ensure doors can shut safely. But when we think about who uses those doors on a daily basis, are we expecting too much from industry outsiders?

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