In the event of an evacuation a disabled refuge provides a place for people to wait for help. And with our disabled refuge systems, they can speak to an Emergency Voice Communication (EVC) system, linking them to speak with the safety fire officer or whoever is in control of the evacuation.
Our EVC systems allow for people in the disabled refuge area to constantly be connected to the person in charge who is controlling the evacuation. In situations such as a fire evacuation, this can be intimidating and people in the disabled refuge area may feel forgotten about. With our EVC systems, this keeps the people safe knowing that help is on the way.
To find out more about our disabled refuge systems, get in touch with us today.