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How can we help the NHS with fire safety and germ control?
During the COVID-19 pandemic, Fireco has helped a number of NHS sites with germ control. Whether you work in an NHS hospital, warehouse, or NHS trust, we’re here to make compliance easy. 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.
- Comply with high risk areas
Our systems are compliant with HTM 05:02 and are suitable for Category A or areas that are considered high risk.
- Improve access
Our products can improve access making it easier for staff, residents and goods to move through the building. Removing issues with heavy fire doors is empowering for people using the building who are disabled or have mobility issues.
- Install with ease
Our products are easy to fit, with some of them taking only 5 minutes to install. This minimises disruption to staff and residents and allows you to carry on with the daily running of the building.
- Maintain building integrity
Due to our products being wireless, there are minimal changes to the appearance and structure of the building.
Read our case studies to see how our products work in NHS healthcare
Read our blogs for more information on fire safety in NHS healthcare
Read our blog to see how Fireco products have helped the NHS with their infection control efforts against COVID-19.
Older people are often more vulnerable when it comes to accidents and emergencies which places huge importance on fire safety in care homes. Fire doors are essential for fire safety, but in the daily lives of care home residents, they can be problematic.
Sheltered housing residents sometimes damage or disable fire door closers to make them easier to open. This is unsafe and against fire regulations. What is the solution?